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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....

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...

Playing golf at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio cannot be easy. Especially for the first time. But the world’s No. 89 and 196th-ranked golfers made it look easy after Thursday’s opening round of the 43rd rendition on the course that Jack Nicklaus built. Abraham Ancer (No....

Dustin Johnson. Justin Thomas. Jason Day. Bubba Watson. So far, there have been some marquee names already on the bill for this year’s Memorial Tournament. Of course, that’s nothing new. Many widely regard Jack’s Tournament as the unofficial “fifth major”. However, one player has officially confirmed his spot in...

Rickie Fowler, Ernie Els, Kevin Kisner and Hideki Matsuyama. Emiliano Grillo, Gary Woodland, Adam Hadwin and Harold Varner III. Out of those eight names, which ones jump out at you? Can you take a guess as to which ones made the cut? I think you already know where this...

Tiger made the cut. So did Phil. Jason Dufner got the as-of-yet only hole-in-one for the tournament. Thursday’s co-leader and defending champ Hideki Matsuyama will be playing out the weekend and 2002 winner Jim Furyk will be joining in as well. Reigning Masters winner Jordan Spieth extended his weekend...

Officials of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide announced on Tuesday that 2013 Masters Tournament winner Adam Scott will be playing in this year’s Memorial. This year’s tournament will be from June 1 – June 7 at Muirfield Village Golf Club with the official play starting on Thursday, June...