Bryson DeChambeau wins Memorial with birdie in playoff

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Bryson DeChambeau wins Memorial with birdie in playoff

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Bryson DeChambeau wins Memorial with birdie in playoff

The 2017-18 PGA Tour schedule continues this week at the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.

We will be tracking the action. Follow along below…

**REMINDER: Tee times were moved up due to expected inclement weather**

How to follow the action:

All times Eastern, only live options listed

  • TELEVISION: Golf Channel (8:30-10:45 a.m.)
  • LIVE STREAMING: PGA Tour Live, 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. for featured groups; 8:30-10:45 a.m., Golfchannel.com; 11 a.m.-finish, CBSSports.com

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Memorial Tournament Tracker

UPDATE No. 18 (3:47 p.m. ET): What a flop from An, but DeChambeau closes him out with birdie…

UPDATE No. 17 (3:41 p.m. ET): DeChambeau in incredible position to win now.

UPDATE No. 16 (3:35 p.m. ET): Tee shots on second playoff hole are both good!

UPDATE No. 15 (3:31 p.m. ET): We’re onto a second playoff hole, but with only two players now. Kyle Stanley has been eliminated.

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UPDATE No. 14 (3:26 p.m. ET): Welp…

UPDATE No. 14 (3:26 p.m. ET): Welp…

UPDATE No. 13 (3:17 p.m. ET): Bryson is in easily the best position off the tee…

UPDATE No. 12 (3:05 p.m. ET): Here’s the playoff hole rotation, if needed.

UPDATE No. 11 (3:05 p.m. ET): And we’re onto a playoff between DeChambeau, Stanley and An after Bryson misses this putt for the win…

UPDATE No. 10 (3:03 p.m. ET): DeChambeau now has a putt to win…

UPDATE No. 9 (3 p.m. ET): Stanley hits his wedge 10 feet above the cup, and DeChambeau indeed putts but leaves it about 10 feet below the hole.

Both of these are for par for the tied pair. Cantlay misses his birdie putt, so he is eliminated. Ben An is in at 15 under. As both Stanley and DeChambeau are 16 under, if they both miss, An gets into a playoff.

UPDATE No. 8 (2:50 p.m. ET): Well, this 18th hole has been interesting so far…

Stanley (-16) hits a great drive until it barely catches a tree and caroms 30 yards left into an awful lie in the rough. He’s forced to layup.

DeChambeau (-16) hits it down the middle but then leaves his 9-iron well out right. He finds the green but has 50 feet and may need to chip from there because of a shoulder in front of him.

Patrick Cantlay (-14) leaves himself 25 feet for birdie. Remarkably, if he makes that he could possibly be in a playoff!

UPDATE No. 7 (2:40 p.m. ET): Kyle Stanley, my word.

He was five back with five to play, but DeChambeau bogeyed No. 14 and Stanley birdied Nos. 14-17. Now they are tied for the lead at 16 under!!

We’ve got quite a final hole of regulation coming. What a putt to tie it from Stanley at 17, by the way…

UPDATE No. 6 (1:40 p.m. ET): DeChambeau and Cantlay both bogey the 14th.

DeChambeau still leads by one, but he’s at 16 under now. Cantlay is 15 under and Kyle Stanley is now 13 under after birdieing the same hole.

UPDATE No. 5 (1:11 p.m. ET): Bryson DeChambeau is your new solo leader.

DeChambeau birdies Nos. 11 and 12 to move to 17 under. He was one back after his birdie at the par-5 11th and a two-shot swing came at the par-3 12th when Patrick Cantlay bogeyed. So things changing quickly.

Oh, and DeChambeau is doing it despite horrible driving. He’s missed his last seven fairways and has played that stretch in 3 under.

UPDATE No. 4 (11:55 a.m. ET): Cantlay birdies the eighth as well and he now leads by two at 17 under.

UPDATE No. 3 (11:45 a.m. ET): Patrick Cantlay birdies the seventh to move out in front alone at 16 under. DeChambeau and Stanley are now one back.

UPDATE No. 2 (11:30 a.m. ET): The leaders are now at 15 under. Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Cantlay and Kyle Stanley are all at that number playing the par-5 seventh.

Rory McIlroy goes out in 3-under 33 and is four back at 11 under. Tiger Woods is there as well as he plays the par-4 ninth.

UPDATE No. 1 (9:55 a.m. ET): Joaquin Niemann birdies the second to move to 14 under.

That means we have a tie at the top, as Bryson DeChambeau pars the first to stay at 14 under.

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