WMNI Tournament Reports

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2018 RECAP

Dates: May 31-June 3, 2018

Purse: $8,900,000

Par: 36-36=72

Yardage: 7,392 yards

Scoreboard: click to view


First Round
Abraham Ancer 65 (-7)
Joaquin Niemann 65 (-7)
Hideki Matsuyama 65 (-7)
Beau Hossler 66 (-6)
Bryson DeChambeau 69 (T16)

Second Round
Kyle Stanley 133 (-11)
Joaquin Niemann 133 (-11)
Byeong Hun An 135 (-9)
Wesley Bryan 136 (-8)
Hideki Matsuyama 136 (-8)
Jason Day 136 (-8)
J.B. Holmes 136 (-8)
Bryson DeChambeau 136 (-8)

Third Round
Bryson DeChambeau 202 (-14)
Patrick Cantlay 203 (-13)
Kyle Stanley 203 (-13)
Joaquin Niemann 203 (-13)
Byeong Hun An 204 (-12)
Justin Rose 206 (-10)

Cut Notes: 81 professionals made the 36-hole cut at even-par 144 from a field of 119 professionals and one amateur. The 54-hole cut came at

Missed Cut:

Weather: Thursday: Partly cloudy with a high of 88. SW wind at 10-15 mph, gusting to 20 mph. Friday: Overcast with scattered showers and an afternoon thunderstorm which caused a 1 hour, 28-minute delay. High of mid-80s. WNW wind at 5-10 mph. Saturday: Partly cloudy becoming sunny later in the day. High of 80. N wind at 10-15 mph. Sunday: Cloudy with a high of 81. Wind W 10-15 mph with gusts of 25 mph.

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Winning the 43rd edition of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide was special to Bryson DeChambeau for a number of reasons. It was his second PGA TOUR title in as many years. It came in one of the elite events on TOUR hosted by legend Jack Nicklaus. It was populated by one of the year's strongest fields.

And DeChambeau had to earn it, overcoming a bogey on the 72nd hole to fall into a playoff, but then outplaying Kyle Stanley and Byeong Hun An in sudden death to earn a handshake from the Golden Bear, not to mention $1.602 million.

DeChambeau didn't have close to his A-game on June 3 for the final round of the Memorial, but his short game and putting were good enough until he beat An on the second playoff hole with a 12-foot birdie putt on the same 18th green where he had three-putted at the end of regulation.

After missing the 18th green his first two tries on Sunday - the first costing him a bogey that dropped him into a playoff with An and Kyle Stanley - DeChambeau got it right the third time, drawing an 8-iron to 12 feet above the hole and sinking the decisive birdie putt for his second PGA Tour title.

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