Four people (Zorro, William, Tammy, and Ken) with last names Clemens, Lindros, Tavarez, and Pettitte, each owned a number of golf clubs.
Each person was of a different occupation: horse trainer, janitor, teacher, and florist.
If each person owned one of the following amounts of golf clubs, (5, 18, 17, and 8) can you figure out the first name, last name, and how many golf clubs each person owned?
The horse trainer, whose first name is Zorro, wasn't the person who owned 5 golf clubs.
Tammy, Pettitte, and the person who owned 8 golf clubs each had different dinners last night.
Tammy, who is not Pettitte, is the florist's cousin.
Tammy, the person who owned 17 golf clubs, and the janitor go shopping together on Saturdays.
Pettitte isn't the horse trainer or the person who owned 8 golf clubs.
Ken, who is not Pettitte, is the teacher's cousin.
Lindros isn't the horse trainer or the person who owned 5 golf clubs.
The person who owned 5 golf clubs, Lindros, and the florist have known each other for years.
Tammy, and Clemens often watch fights at the janitor's place.
William is not the person who owned 17 golf clubs, nor has the last name Lindros.
William went with Clemens to the amusement park one day.
The person who was the teacher. All four people are mentioned in this clue.
Pettitte isn't the horse trainer or the person who owned 18 golf clubs.
The janitor isn't Zorro Tavarez.
The horse trainer, the person who owned 17 golf clubs, didn't want a copy of Clemens's book.
Place a N in any square that is a definite "no" and a Y in any square that is a definite "yes". I give up!