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Dates: July 13-19, 2020
Scoreboard: click to viewLeaders:
Tony Finau 66 (-6)
Ryan Palmer 67 (-5)
Brendan Steele 68 (-4)
Gary Woodland 68 (-4)
Three players 69 (-3)
Ryan Palmer 67-68—135 (-9)
Tony Finau 66-69—135 (-9)
Jon Rahm 69-67—136 (-8)
Gary Woodland 68-70—138 (-6)
Chez Reavie 71-67—138 (-6)
Luke List 70-68—138 (-6)
Jon Rahm 69-67-68—204 (-12)
Ryan Palmer 67-68-73—208 (-8)
Tony Finau 66-69-73—208 (-8)
Danny Willett 74-66-70—210 (-6)
Cut Notes: 36-hole cut: 74 professionals at 3-over 147 from a field of 130 professionals and one amateur
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, with light rain in the morning. High of 90. Wind SW 15-25 mph.
FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. High of 90. Wind W 5-10 mph.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny, with a high of 93. Wind SW 6-12 mph.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny with intermittent showers. High of 96. Wind SW 15-25 mph, with gusts to 30 mph. Due to a dangerous weather situation, play was suspended at 3:41 p.m. and resumed at 4:30 p.m. (49-minute delay).
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2021 RECAPPatrick Cantlay Wins Rain-Soaked Memorial Tournament In Playoff
(Dublin, OH) -- Patrick Cantlay won his second Memorial Tournament with a 12-foot putt for birdie on the first playoff hole after just missing a 25-foot birdie for the win on the 18th hole. Cantlay battled Collin Morikawa through rain delays and COVID-19 contact tracing to finish the Tournament at 13-under 275.
Defending 2020 Memorial Champion Jon Rahm was on a record-setting pace at 18-under through 54 holes when he was forced to withdraw after testing positive for COVID-19.
Other notables included Scottie Scheffler at eleven-under and Upper Arlington native Bo Hoag who was finished tied for 13th at three-under.