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Cantlay pitches his third shot out of the sand on No. 18 within eight feet of the hole and would putt it in from there for par. Photo by Mac Connor/Columbus Wired.   Jack Nicklaus had a word of advice for this year’s Memorial Tournament winner, Patrick Cantlay: go...

Former leader Troy Merritt on his second shot from the fairway on No. 18 of the 3rd round at the Memorial Tournament. Photo by Mac Connor/Columbus Wired.   If there is one thing that the third round leaderboard of the 44th annual Memorial Tournament can say that the second...

Memorial Tournament Armour shows off Buckeye pride

Armour putts his fourth shot from the fringe on No. 17 while Tiger looks on during their third round of the Memorial Tournament. Photo by Mac Connor/Columbus Wired.   Former Ohio State golfer Ryan Armour had a daunting task ahead of him going into the third round of the...

Tiger Woods hits his second shot from the fairway on No. 18 during Friday’s round. Photo by Mac Connor/Columbus Wired.   As is the case with any golf tournament, things can rapidly change in a heartbeat. One bad shot can change a leaderboard in the snap of a finger....

The leaderboard after the first round of the 44th annual Memorial Tournament may not come off as sexy. Ryan Moore, Anirban Lahiri, Marc Leishman, Vaughn Taylor. And some dude named Jordan Spieth, just to name a few. But don’t be fooled, these guys have either been around for a...

Jordan Spieth shakes hands with fellow group-mate Justin Thomas after his first round of the 44th annual Memorial Tournament. Photo by Mac Connor/Columbus Wired.   Jordan Spieth’s 2019 PGA Tour campaign has been an interesting one. The world’s 29th-ranked golfer started out missing the cut at the Sony Open...

Tiger looks at one of his putts during the 2nd round of last year’s Memorial Tournament. Photo by Ken Tishenkel/Columbus Wired.   Tiger is back. At least to play in this year’s Memorial Tournament, that is. The Memorial Tournament committee announced on Wednesday and Woods confirmed on Thursday morning...

Bryson DeChambeau celebrates after his winning putt on No. 18 at the 43rd annual Memorial Tournament. Photo by Columbus Wired’s Sam Fahmi   For the fourth time in the last five years, Jack’s tournament could not be decided in 72 holes and once again, it took extras to decide...

Tiger Woods came into the 2018 Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club with a lot of unknowns. Whether or not his back would hold up, if he could control the ball off of the tee, whether his short game was locked in, or if he could still compete...

Photo by Columbus Wired’s Ken Tishenkel   Saturday’s round of the 43rd annual Memorial Tournament is officially in the books and it was a thrilling third day of action. A lot of front nines got torched while back nines ended in flames. New leaders emerged while others put themselves...

Tiger Woods came into the weekend after struggling through his first round, then catching fire to end his second. He wrestled with driving the ball and sinking his putts on Thursday and Friday, but had his irons and wedges absolutely locked in. Woods finishes with a 67 on Friday...

Rory McIlroy during his second round on Friday at the Memorial Tournament. Photo: Columbus Wired’s Ken Tishenkel   One guy is making his seventh appearance and the other his sixth with a win tucked under his belt. The third round of the 43rd annual Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide...

All photos appearing in this piece are credited to Columbus Wired’s Ken Tishenkel.   Weather delay. Tournament rookies making the cut. Returning champs missing it. A 19-year-old in contention. And oh yeah: Tiger’s back. Literally. All together, it was just another “normal” first two rounds of the Memorial Tournament...

Five-time Major champion Phil Mickelson has not been real sharp lately. And two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson is still getting mad at his caddy for forcing him to make good decisions. The two were paired up together for the first two rounds of the 43rd annual Memorial Tournament and...

Ancer, Niemann and Hossler. Sounds like a law firm. Nope, rather it’s three guys who currently lead the 120-player field for the 43rd annual Memorial Tournament at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. If you are unsure of who these guys are, you’re not alone. Three unfamiliar...