The Memorial Tournament live Golf: Watch Online Game, how to watch Online Live Stream, TV Schedule, Online TV Channel, Odds, Game Time and more info. Famed Muirfield Village — “Jack’s Place” — will once again play host. The stunning layout bears a striking resemblance to Augusta National. The par-3 12th here is an almost direct replica of No. 12 at Augusta with a kidney-shaped green flanked by two bunkers, water in front and a steep bank behind the putting surface.
PGA Tour Live Streaming Coverage from 2016 the Memorial Tournament
- Thursday: 8am-4pm ET (featured groups), 4-7pm ET (featured holes)
- Friday: 8am-4pm ET (featured groups), 4-7pm ET (featured holes)
- Saturday: 12-7pm ET
- Sunday: 12-7pm ET
The Memorial Tournament TV Schedule
- Thursday: 3:30-6:30pm ET (Golf Channel)
- Friday: 3:30-6:30pm ET (Golf Channel)
- Saturday: 12:30-2:30pm ET (Golf Channel) and 3-6pm ET (CBS)
- Sunday: 12:30-2:30pm ET (Golf Channel) and 3-6pm ET (CBS)
Who won the Memorial Tournament last year?
William McGirt defeated Jon Curran in a playoff, capping two straight years (David Lingmerth won in 2015) of surprising winners. McGirt also contended at the Masters in April, so he must like the feel this type of course provides.
Who are this year’s favorites to win?
Dustin Johnson (world ranking: 1) — Johnson has started to figure out Muirfield Village in recent years, finishing third last year and T-13 in 2015. Johnson already has seven top-6 finishes including three wins in 2017. His form has been so impressive that his last two starts (T-13, T-12) have seemed like disappointments.
Hideki Matsuyama (4) — Winner here in 2014, backed it up with a T-5 in 2015. Matsuyama also has put up an impressive resume at Augusta National. After earning five wins in a stretch of nine events from October to February, he has failed to record a top 10 since. This could be the week he finds himself back on the top page of the leaderboard.
Adam Scott (10) — Scott has a tendency to show up in big events. He finished T-9 at the Masters and T-6 at the Players Championship, so he should be in good form entering the week. Scott, surprisingly, has been putting well this season. Improved ball-striking could lead to another dominant run like he went on early last year.
Jason Day (3) — Day returned to form with a playoff loss against Billy Horschel at the AT&T Byron Nelson. Back pain and the difficulty of dealing with his mother’s cancer surgery pushed golf down on his priority list for a while. He is now back and ready to reclaim his spot among the game’s elite.
Jordan Spieth (6) — The good ol’ Dean & DeLuca at Colonial knocked Spieth out of his slump. His T-2 finish was his first top 10 since winning at Pebble Beach in February. He finished T-3 here in 2015 and should be comfortable considering his success at Augusta.
Who are this year’s sleepers?
Rickie Fowler has not had much success here since his runner-up finish in 2010, but he has had an excellent season and should be ready for the challenge.
Fellow Americans Bill Haas, who has two top 10s here in his last four tries, Sean O’Hair, Justin Thomas and Tony Finau are also intriguing this week.
Europeans Shane Lowry, Tommy Fleetwood, Jon Rahm and Ross Fisher also will be interesting to watch. They have all been in good form on both the PGA and European Tours this season.
Horse for the course
Matt Kuchar has done more on this course than many have accomplished in an entire career. Not only has Kuchar won here (2013), but he has also compiled T-2, T-4, T-5, T-8 and T-15 finishes since 2009.