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The Memorial Tournament takes place this week and Express Sport is on hand with everything you need to know, including tee times, prize money and how to watch the action.Woods, though, will have adapt to a new environment at the Muirfield Village Golf Club.
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The 45th annual Memorial certainly promises to be exceptional this year. And expectations heightened a bit after an epic finish at the Workday Charity Open. Collin Morikawa bested Justin Thomas in a three-hole playoff for his second Tour win. Many contenders return this week as part of the Memorial’s strongest field in recent memory. Tiger Woods will be among them.
The Memorial generally attracts one of the best fields for a non-major. However, a three-month shutdown has changed the calculation somewhat, as more players take the opportunity to compete while they can. The first three post-hiatus events all boasted major-caliber fields overflowing with world-class talent. Even the one-off Workday was a nice surprise.
The American is used have having large galleries following him around but spectators have been banned for the rest of the season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The second of back-to-back events at Muirfield Village, the Memorial Tournament is set to have a loaded field including the top nine golfers in the World Ranking, the five players in the FedEx Cup standings, Tiger Woods and Workday Charity Open champion Collin Morikawa.
The FedEx Cup top five of Webb Simpson, Justin Thomas, Sungjae Im, Bryson DeChambeau and Rory McIlroy are part of an expanded field consisting of 133 golfers, up from the usual 120. Brooks Koepka added this event as a late entry, as well, after a missed cut at Muirfield Village last week in the Workday.
(CBS Pittsburgh) — The PGA Tour returns to Muirfield Village for the next event of the resumed season. This week is the Memorial Tournament, among the season’s more popular events. Rescheduled from early June, it replaces the Open Championship on the calendar.