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Jon Rahm’s Wild Day ends with Memorial win and No. 1 Ranking

For the second week in a row, the PGA Tour set up the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide has been successfully held 16 -19 July 2020 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio Anyone within the field who thought they already had the course found out, however, was quickly proved wrong Thursday.

Just days after Collin Morikawa shot 19 under and crushed Justin during a playoff at the Workday Charity Open, low scores were scarce within the opening round of The Memorial Tournament.

Here you’ll find everything you would like to remain up to date with the world’s foremost golf tour. Let’s hop into Round 1 by watching our leader board, the big fella leading, and what Tiger Woods did at a tournament where he’s won five times in his career.

Round 1


Tony Finau (-6)

Big man Tony showing off every week after he hit 210 miles per hour on Trackman. In the round one among the Memorial Tournament, he carded a 6-under 66 to require a one-stroke lead over the field after 18 holes.
It’s a different world, Woods keeps saying. It had been a reasonable comeback. Woods opened with a 10-foot birdie. He completed with a 15-foot birdie for a 1-under 71, leaving him five shots behind Finau after completed round 1.

Ryan Palmer (-5)

Ryan Palmer hit 9 of 18 greens in regulation and completed the round bogey-free. Palmer completed his day in 2nd at 5 under.

Brendan Steele (-4)

Brendan Steele hit 11 of 18 greens in regulation during his first round, completing at 4 under for the tournament. Steele ended his day tied for 3rd at 4 under with Gary Woodland.

Gary Woodland (-4)

In his first-round Gary Woodland hit 7 of 14 fairways and 11 of 18 greens in regulation, completing at 4 under. Tied for 3rd position at 4 under with Brendan Steele.

Round 2


Ryan Palmer (-9)

In his second round, Ryan Palmer hit 7 of 14 fairways and 14 of 18 greens in regulation and had an excellent day on the green leaving no misses on putts within 10 feet. Palmer completed his round tied for 1st at 9 under with Tony Finau.

Tony Finau (-9)

Big Tony Finau hit 11 of 18 greens in regulation during his second round at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, completing at 9 under and finished his round tied for 1st at 9 under with Ryan Palmer.

Jon Rahm (-8)

Mr. Spanish Jon Rahm hit 14 of 18 greens in regulation during his second round, completing at 8 under for the tournament. Rahm completed his round in 3rd at 8 under.

However, in his first-round he hit 9 of 14 fairways and 11 of 18 greens in regulation, completing at 3 under and completed his day tied for 5th at 3 under.

Gary Woodland (-6)

Gary Woodland hit 12 of 18 greens in regulation during his second round, completing at 6 under for the tournament. Woodland finished his round in 4th at 6 under.

Chez Reavie (-6)

Chez Reavie hit 8 of 14 fairways and 13 of 18 greens in regulation, completing at 6 under for the tournament. Reavie finished his second round tied for 4th at 6 under with Gary Woodland.

However, he had a great round of putting, with no misses on putts within 10 feet. Reavie completed his day tied for 18th at 1 under.

Round 3


Jon Rahm (-12)

Jon Rahm top on the leaderboard at third round. He hit 9 of 14 fairways and 13 of 18 greens in regulation and had an excellent day on the green leaving no misses on putts within10 feet. He ended his round at 12 under.

Ryan Palmer (-8)

In his third round, Ryan Palmer hit 8 of 14 fairways and 13 of 18 greens in regulation, completing at 8 under for the tournament. Palmer completed his day tied for 2nd at 8 under with Tony Finau.

Tony Finau (-8)

Tony Finau hit 5 of 14 fairways and 10 of 18 greens in regulation, finishing at 8 under in his third round. Finau completed his day tied for 2nd at 8 under with Ryan Palmer.

Danny Willett (-6)

Danny Willett hit 11 of 18 greens in regulation during his third round and rebounded from a poor front to deliver a robust finish. Willett finished his day in 4th at 6 under.
However In his second round, he hit 8 of 14 fairways and 13 of 18 greens in regulation and had an excellent day on the green leaving no misses on putts within 10 feet. On the 527-yard par-5 fifth hole, Willett reached the green in 3 and sunk an 11-foot putt for birdie.

Final Round

1st Jon Rahm

The 2020 Memorial Tournament final leaderboard is headed by winner Jon Rahm. He turned into the No. 1 player in the world for the first time in his career with a three-shot win over Ryan Palmer, finishing on 9-under 279, and afterward hit what he considered the best shot of his life that turned into a bogey because of a penalty.

Jon Rahm won the $1,674,000 winner’s share of the $9.3 million purses. He knew he was going to win big and he was euphoric about it.

2nd Ryan Palmer

On the final day, Ryan Palmer hit 8 of 14 fairways and 8 of 18 greens in regulation and had a great day on the green leaving no misses on putts within 10 feet. Palmer completed his final in the 2nd at 6 under. He received $1,013,700.

3rd Matthew Fitzpatrick

It was a significant week for Matthew Fitzpatrick, the 25-year-old Englishman who made weekend surge up the Memorial leaderboard to complete the third. He earned $641,700. He hit 13 of 18 greens in regulation and had a great round of putting, with no misses on putts within 10 feet. Fitzpatrick finished his day 5 under.

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