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44th Memorial Tournament 1st Round Leaderboard scores

 

 

 

Thursday
At Muirfield Village Golf Club
Dublin, Ohio
Purse: $9.1 million
Yardage: 7,392; Par 72
1st Round

 

Ryan Moore 31-34—65
Jordan Spieth 34-32—66
Anirban Lahiri 34-33—67
Marc Leishman 33-34—67
Martin Kaymer 35-32—67
Vaughn Taylor 33-34—67
Bud Cauley 34-33—67
Kyoung-Hoon Lee 34-34—68
Russell Knox 32-36—68
Andrew Putnam 33-35—68
Patrick Cantlay 35-33—68
Scott Stallings 33-36—69
Gary Woodland 34-35—69
Xander Schauffele 34-35—69
Sam Ryder 36-33—69
Emiliano Grillo 35-34—69
Rickie Fowler 35-34—69
Troy Merritt 34-35—69
Si Woo Kim 34-35—69
Danny Willett 35-34—69
Steve Stricker 34-35—69
Haotong Li 32-37—69
Kiradech Aphibarnrat 34-36—70
Ted Potter, Jr. 33-37—70
Henrik Stenson 34-36—70
Max Homa 34-36—70
Tiger Woods 34-36—70
David Lipsky 36-34—70
Phil Mickelson 35-35—70
Adam Schenk 35-36—71
J.J. Spaun 34-37—71
Austin Cook 33-38—71
Justin Thomas 34-37—71
Michael Kim 36-35—71
Ryan Armour 37-34—71
Jason Kokrak 34-37—71
Tyrrell Hatton 36-35—71
David Lingmerth 34-37—71
Michael Thompson 36-35—71
Brendan Steele 33-38—71
Billy Horschel 35-36—71
Brian Harman 37-34—71
Hideki Matsuyama 33-38—71
Adam Scott 33-38—71
Joaquin Niemann 35-37—72
Joel Dahmen 35-37—72
Peter Malnati 36-36—72
Lucas Glover 38-34—72
Charles Howell III 35-37—72
Jason Dufner 34-38—72
Jhonattan Vegas 35-37—72
Corey Conners 34-38—72
Aaron Baddeley 35-37—72
Rafa Cabrera Bello 37-35—72
Norman Xiong 38-34—72
Brian Gay 35-37—72
Abraham Ancer 34-38—72
Kevin Streelman 36-36—72
Sungjae Im 37-35—72
J.T. Poston 37-35—72
Luke Donald 37-35—72
Cameron Champ 36-36—72
Jim Furyk 36-36—72
Adam Hadwin 33-39—72
Byeong Hun An 35-37—72
Charley Hoffman 37-36—73
Kelly Kraft 36-37—73
Chesson Hadley 38-35—73
Bronson Burgoon 37-36—73
Rory Sabbatini 33-40—73
Matthew Fitzpatrick 34-39—73
Keith Mitchell 35-38—73
Matt Kuchar 36-37—73
Louis Oosthuizen 36-37—73
Alex Noren 37-36—73
Shubhankar Sharma 33-40—73
Joost Luiten 33-40—73
Boo Weekley 35-39—74
Brice Garnett 34-40—74
Bryson DeChambeau 37-37—74
Alvaro Ortiz 37-37—74
Keegan Bradley 38-36—74
Kyle Stanley 39-35—74
Aaron Wise 37-37—74
Harold Varner III 36-38—74
Nick Watney 35-39—74
Justin Suh 36-38—74
Carlos Ortiz 39-36—75
Pat Perez 35-40—75
Martin Trainer 37-38—75
Rory McIlroy 37-38—75
Justin Rose 39-36—75
Matt Jones 39-36—75
Scott Brown 37-38—75
Branden Grace 37-38—75
Kevin Kisner 36-39—75
Jason Day 35-40—75
Patton Kizzire 39-36—75
Ryan Fox 38-37—75
a-Will Grimmer 37-38—75
Adam Long 39-37—76
J.B. Holmes 38-38—76
Robert Streb 36-40—76
Bill Haas 38-38—76
Talor Gooch 37-39—76
K.J. Choi 39-37—76
Danny Lee 38-39—77
Luke List 39-38—77
Cameron Smith 41-36—77
Sung Kang 39-38—77
Peter Uihlein 38-39—77
Tony Finau 37-40—77
Ernie Els 43-35—78
Andrew Landry 36-42—78
Brian Stuard 41-37—78
a-Jovan Rebula 36-42—78
Matt Every 40-39—79
Whee Kim 40-39—79
Beau Hossler 40-42—82

 

Memorial Tournament Records

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FIELD

FEWEST FAIRWAYS HIT IN A TOURNAMENT

22 Curtis Luck (2017)

 

MOST PLAYERS IN FIELD

122 2009

 

LOW 18 BY AN AMATEUR

69 Bobby Clampett (1980, round 3)
69 Reinier Saxton (2009, round 1)

 

FEWEST PUTTS IN A ROUND

19 John Huston (2003, round 4)
20 Luke Donald (2009, round 1)

 

OLDEST PLAYER TO START

Sam Snead (1982) 70 years, 0 months, 3 days

 

MOST GREENS IN REGULATION IN A ROUND

18 Don Pooley (1987, round 3)
18 Frank Nobilo (1997, round 2)
18 Freddie Jacobson (2010, round 1)
18 Rory Sabbatini (2010, round 1)

 

FEWEST PLAYERS IN FIELD

91 1980, 1981

 

BEST FINISH BY A LEFT-HANDED PLAYER

T2 Mike Weir (2008)

 

FEWEST PUTTS IN A TOURNAMENT

100 Ernie Els (2004)
100 John Mallinger (2008)
100 Joe Ogilvie (2008)
100 Spencer Levin (2012)

 

OLDEST PLAYER WITH A TOP 10 FINISH

Jack Nicklaus (1997- T8) 57 yrs, 4 mo, 11 days

 

MOST GREENS IN REGULATION IN A TOURNAMENT

65 Nick Faldo (1995)

 

MOST STARTS (LAST)

30 Jack Nicklaus (2005)
29 Jay Haas (2006)
27 Roger Maltbie (2002)
25 Fuzzy Zoeller (2001)
25 Kenny Perry (2015)
24 Davis Love III (2016)
24 Mark Calcavecchia (2010)
24 John Cook (2006)
24 Craig Stadler (2003)
24 Vijay Singh (2017)

 

BEST AVERAGE DRIVING DISTANCE IN A TOURNAMENT

332.5 Bubba Watson (2007)
328.1 J.B. Holmes (2011)

 

MOST PUTTS IN A ROUND

38 Kris Blanks (2011, round 2)

 

YOUNGEST PLAYER TO START

Tianlang Guan (2013), 14 yrs, 7 mo, 8 days

 

FEWEST GREENS IN REGULATION IN A ROUND

3 7 Players (Last: Larry Mize (2008, round 2))

 

MOST CONSECUTIVE STARTS

30 Jack Nicklaus (1976-2005)
29 Jay Haas (1978-2006)
27 Roger Maltbie (1976-2002)
25 Fuzzy Zoeller (1977-2001)
24 Mark Calcavecchia (1987-2010)
23 Ernie Els (1994- 2016)
22 Bob Tway (1986-2007)
22 John Cook (1981-2002)
22 Craig Stadler (1977-1998)
20 David Graham (1976-1995)
20 Peter Jacobsen (1979-1998)
20 Billy Andrade (1990-2009)
20 Stewart Cink (1995-2015)

 

MOST FAIRWAYS HIT IN A ROUND

14 144 Players (Last: David Hearn (2016, round 4))

 

MOST PUTTS IN A TOURNAMENT

136 Wayne Levi (1981)
136 Rick Gibson (1991)

 

YOUNGEST PLAYERS WITH A TOP 10 FINISH

Ryo Ishikawa (2012), 20 yrs, 8 mo, 17 days

 

FEWEST GREENS IN REGULATION IN A TOURNAMENT

30 6 Players (Last: Mark Brooks (2009))

 

MOST RUNNER-UP FINISHES

3 Hale Irwin (1976, 1988, 1991)
2 Greg Norman (1994, 1997)
2 David Duval (1995, 1996)
2 Jim Furyk (1997, 2009)
2 Fred Couples (2004, 2005)
2 Justin Rose (2008, 2015)
2 Rickie Fowler (2010, 2017)

 

MOST FAIRWAYS HIT IN A TOURNAMENT

56 Calvin Peete (1986)
56 Calvin Peete (1987)
56 Brian Claar (1992)

 

BEST FINISH BY AN AMATEUR

T35 Jim Holtgrieve (1981)

 

MOST SAND SAVES IN A ROUND

8 Wayne Grady (1995, round 4)

 

MOST TOP-10 FINISHES

9 Jay Haas
8 Tiger Woods
8 Tom Watson
7 Payne Stewart
7 David Frost
7 Greg Norman
7 Tom Watson
6 Matt Kuchar
6 Justin Rose

 

FEWEST FAIRWAYS HIT IN A ROUND

2 Scott Verplank (1991, round 2)
2 Charles Howell (2007, round 2)
2 Charles Howell (2015, round 1)

 

LOW 72 BY AN AMATEUR

290 Luke Donald (2000)

 

MOST SAND SAVES IN A TOURNAMENT

16 Paul Azinger (2004)

 

MOST CONSECUTIVE TOP-10 FINISHES

5 Tom Watson (1977-81)
5 Matt Kuchar (2008-11, �13)

 

2019 Memorial Tournament Honoree: LPGA legend Judy Rankin

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Judy Rankin is a LPGA legend and broadcasting pioneer. She amassed 26 wins on the LPGA Tour, including six in 1976, before becoming the first female golf broadcaster in 1984, when she was hired by ABC Sports.

 

Judy Rankin

Born Judy Torluemke on February 18, 1945 in St. Louis, Mo., Rankin began playing golf at the age of 6 under the tutelage of her father Paul, an avid golfer. She won the Missouri Amateur at age 14, and the following year at the 1960 U.S. Women’s Open she became the youngest player to win low amateur honors, when she tied for 24th at Worcester Country Club in Worcester, Mass., at age 15.

 

Rankin turned professional in 1962 at age 17 but needed six years before capturing her first LPGA victory in 1968 at the Corpus Christi Open. Her most successful season was 1976, when she won six tournaments and set a LPGA season earnings record of $150,724 on her way to becoming the first LPGA player to exceed $100,000 in season earnings. She was the LPGA’s Rolex Player of the Year in 1976 and ’77, and won the Vare Trophy for lowest scoring average in 1973, 1976 and 1977. Also in 1977, Rankin set an LPGA record with 25 top-10 finishes, a record that still stands.

 

Judy married Walter “Yippy” Rankin in 1967 and together they had one son, Walter Jr., born in 1968. Yippy died in 2012 of throat cancer.

 

Rankin finished runner-up in four major championships but won two events that later were designated as majors. She captured the 1976 Colgate Dinah Shore Winner’s Circle, known today as the ANA Inspiration, and the 1977 Peter Jackson Classic, which was an LPGA major named the Du Maurier Classic from 1979-2000 (It is now the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open.).

 

Rankin’s last victory came in the 1979 WUI Classic. Ongoing back problems forced Rankin to retire in 1983. She captained the United States to consecutive victories in the Solheim Cup in 1996 and ’98, the latter held at Muirfield Village Golf Club, and considers that the highlight of her career.

 

Following her remarkable career on the golf course, Rankin became arguably the most successful and respected female TV golf analyst, first for ABC Sports and continuing today as analyst with the Golf Channel and ESPN. She took a brief leave of absence in 2006 after being diagnosed with breast cancer.

 

In 1999, Rankin was awarded the Patty Berg Award by the LPGA and the Richardson Award by the Golf Writers Association of America for outstanding service to the game of golf. In 2002, the USGA recognized Rankin with its most prestigious distinction, the Bob Jones Award, for distinguished sportsmanship in golf.

 

A member of the Memorial Tournament’s Captains Club, Rankin resides in Midland, Texas. She has three grandchildren.

 

 

LPGA Wins: 26

  • 1968: Corpus Christi Civitan Open
  • 1970: George Washington Golf Classic, Springfield Jaycee Open, Lincoln-Mercury Open
  • 1971: Quality-First Classic
  • 1972: Lady Eve Open, Heritage Village Open
  • 1973: American Defender-Raleigh Classic, Lady Carling Open, Pabst Ladies Classic, GAC Classic
  • 1974: Baltimore Classic
  • 1975: National Jewish Hospital Open
  • 1976: Burdines Invitational, Colgate-Dinah Shore Winner’s Circle, Karsten-PING Open, Babe Zaharias Invitational, Borden Classic, Colgate-Hong Kong Open
  • 1977: Orange Blossom Classic, Bent Tree Classic, Mayflower Classic, Peter Jackson Classic, Colgate European Women’s Open
  • 1978: WUI Classic
  • 1979: WUI Classic

 

Additional Wins: 4

  • 1959: Missouri Amateur
  • 1961: Missouri Amateur
  • 1974: Colgate European Open
  • 1977: LPGA National Team Championship

 

Solheim Cup Appearances: 2

  • Captain: 1996, 1998

 

Awards & Honors

  • Vare Trophy: 1973, 1976, 1977
  • Player of the Year: 1976, 1977
  • LPGA leading money winner: 1976, 1977
  • Seagram’s Seven Crowns of Sports Award: 1967
  • Texas Golf Hall of Fame: 1987
  • Collegiate Golf Hall of Fame: 1998
  • Texas Sports Hall of Fame: 1999
  • PGA of America First Lady of Golf Award: 1999
  • Patty Berg Award: 1999
  • Texas Women’s Hall of Fame: 2000
  • Sports Academy’s Distinguished Service Award: 2000
  • Dave Marr Memorial Award: 2001
  • USGA’s Bob Jones Award: 2002
  • Ben Hogan Award: 2007
  • Linc Werden Golf Journalism Award: 2008

Old Tom Morris Award: 2010

 

 

2019 Memorial Tournament Field

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THE 44th PLAYING OF THE MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT PRESENTED BY NATIONWIDE

Friday, May 24, 2019

45 major championship victories represented in stellar field

 

12 past Memorial Tournament winners competing

Dublin, Ohio – At 6 p.m. EDT Tournament officials announced the final playing field for the 2019 Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, headed by reigning Masters Champion Tiger Woods. The contingent of 120 players represents 45 major championship titles, and features FedExCup points leader Matt Kuchar, 2018 Memorial Tournament winner Bryson DeChambeau, three-time major champion Jordan Spieth and Woods, a five-time Memorial winner.

The 2019 Memorial Tournament begins Monday, May 27 at Muirfield Village Golf Club. This is the 44th edition of the prestigious invitational Jack Nicklaus started in 1976.

The list of top-10 players in the world rankings competing at the Memorial includes No. 3 Justin Rose (2010 Memorial winner and reigning FedExCup champion), No. 4 Rory McIlroy, No. 5 Justin Thomas, No. 6 Woods (1999-2001, 2009, 2012 Memorial winner), No. 8 Bryson DeChambeau, No. 9 Xander Schauffele and No. 10 Rickie Fowler. Another prominent entry is world No. 24 Phil Mickelson, a five-time major champion and ranked second on the PGA TOUR’s all-time money list behind Woods.

A total of 12 past Memorial winners will be returning to Muirfield Village Golf Club next week. The list includes not only Woods, Kuchar, Rose and DeChambeau, but also K.J. Choi, Jason Dufner, Ernie Els, Jim Furyk, David Lingmerth, Hideki Matsuyama, Vijay Singh and Steve Stricker.

“Once again, we are proud and excited about the field for this year’s Memorial,” Nicklaus said. “We have most of the top players in the world, with a great mix of enormously talented young and veteran players. The response for months from patrons and the Central Ohio community has been extremely positive, and now with this field, we can look forward to another fantastic week at Muirfield Village Golf Club and raising impactful dollars for Nationwide Children’s Hospital and other local charities.”

2019 FIELD OF COMPETITORS AS OF <<TIME>> ON 5/24/19

 

An, Byeong Hun
Ancer, Abraham
Aphibarnrat, Kiradech
Armour, Ryan
Baddeley, Aaron
Berger, Daniel
Bradley, Keegan
Burgoon, Bronson
Burns, Sam
Cabrera Bello, Rafa
Cantlay, Patrick
Cauley, Bud +
Champ, Cameron
Choi, K.J. +
Cink, Stewart
Conners, Corey
Cook, Austin
Dahmen, Joel
Day, Jason
DeChambeau, Bryson
Donald, Luke +
Dufner, Jason
Els, Ernie +
Every, Matt
Finau, Tony
Fitzpatrick, Matthew
Fowler, Rickie
Fox, Ryan
Furyk, Jim
Garnett, Brice
Gay, Brian
Glover, Lucas
Gooch, Talor
Grace, Branden
Grillo, Emiliano
Grimmer, Will +
Haas, Bill +
Hadley, Chesson
Hadwin, Adam
Harman, Brian
Hatton, Tyrrell
Hoffman, Charley
Holmes, J.B.
Homa, Max
Horschel, Billy
Hossler, Beau
Howell III, Charles
Im, Sungjae
Kang, Sung
Kaymer, Martin
Kim, Michael
Kim, Si Woo
Kim, Whee
Kisner, Kevin
Kizzire, Patton
Kokrak, Jason
Kuchar, Matt
Lahiri, Anirban
Landry, Andrew
Lee, Danny
Lee, Kyoung-Hoon
Leishman, Marc
Li, Haotong
Lingmerth, David
Lipsky, David
List, Luke
Long, Adam
Luiten, Joost
Matsuyama, Hideki
McIlroy, Rory
Merritt, Troy
Mickelson, Phil
Mitchell, Keith
Moore, Ryan
Na, Kevin
Noren, Alex
Olesen, Thorbjørn
Oosthuizen, Louis
Ortiz, Alvaro +
Ortiz, Carlos +
Perez, Pat
Poston, J.T.
Potter, Jr., Ted
Putnam, Andrew
Rebula, Jovan
Rose, Justin
Ryder, Sam
Sabbatini, Rory
Schauffele, Xander
Schenk, Adam
Scott, Adam
Sharma, Shubhankar
Singh, Vijay +
Smith, Cameron
Spaun, J.J.
Spieth, Jordan
Stallings, Scott
Stanley, Kyle
Steele, Brendan
Stenson, Henrik
Streb, Robert +
Streelman, Kevin
Stricker, Steve +
Stuard, Brian
Suh, Justin +
Taylor, Vaughn
Thomas, Justin
Thompson, Michael
Trainer, Martin
Uihlein, Peter
Varner III, Harold
Vegas, Jhonattan
Watney, Nick
Weekley, Boo +
Willett, Danny
Wise, Aaron
Woodland, Gary
Woods, Tiger
Xiong, Norman
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120   Players in Field

Alternates

Brown, Scott
Knox, Russell
Jones, Matt
Kraft, Kelly
Hoge, Tom
Stroud, Chris
Werenski, Richy
Henley, Russell
Schniederjans, Ollie
McCarthy, Denny
Mullinax, Trey
Taylor, Nick
Harkins, Brandon
Clark, Wyndham
Malnati, Peter

A reminder that there is still time to purchase badges for this year’s edition of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide. The public may purchase badges through midnight tonight (11:59 p.m. on 5/24) at www.memorialbadges.com. Kids 18 and under can attend for free with a ticketed adult. Daily practice round tickets for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday are also available. The cost is $35 and they are valid for all three practice-round days. Daily practice round tickets can be purchased at all public Tournament gates (cash only) Monday – Wednesday (May 27-29).

About the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide

The Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide is held annually at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, a suburb of Columbus. The Tournament, founded and hosted by Jack Nicklaus, is conducted each year with three goals in mind: to honor the memory of individuals living and deceased who have distinguished themselves in the game of golf; to showcase the world’s best golfers competing on one of the most challenging venues in the world for the enjoyment of spectators; and to benefit many Greater Columbus Charities in alliance with the Nicklaus Children’s Healthcare Foundation, Nationwide Children’s Hospital and numerous other local organizations. For more information, visit www.thememorialtournament.com or call 614-889-6700.

 

About Nationwide

Nationwide, a Fortune 100 company based in Columbus, Ohio, is one of the largest and strongest diversified insurance and financial services organizations in the United States. Nationwide is rated A+ by both A.M. Best and Standard & Poor’s. An industry leader in driving customer-focused innovation, Nationwide provides a full range of insurance and financial services products including auto, business, homeowners, farm and life insurance; public and private sector retirement plans, annuities and mutual funds; excess & surplus, specialty and surety; pet, motorcycle and boat insurance. For more information, visit www.nationwide.com. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Nationwide, Nationwide is on your side and the Nationwide N and Eagle are service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company.

 

 

Memorial Tournament 2nd Round Pairings

PAIRINGS SCHEDULE PRODUCED BY & COURTESY OF PGA TOUR & MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

 

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