Memorial Tournament 2013 PGA Tour

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Matt Kuchar hits his tee shot on the par-5 11th. In eight starts at the Memorial, Kuchar has five top-10 finishes, each coming in the last six years; 2008/T10, 2009/T5, 2010/T8, 2011/T2 and 2013/Won.
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Matt Kuchar and tournament host Jack Nicklaus pose with the Memorial trophy. Kuchar finished runner-up last week at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial. Earlier this year, Brandt Snedeker finished runner-up at the Waste Management Phoenix Open and then won the next week at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.
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At the Memorial, Matt Kuchar joined Tiger Woods as the only multiple winners on the PGA Tour this season. Kuchar leads the Tour with 35 top-10 finishes since the start of the 2010 season.
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Tiger Woods climbs out of a creek after hitting his second shot on the 11th hole on Sunday. Woods shot even par on Sunday after posting a 79 on Saturday. Woods had two triple-bogeys this week at the Memorial. His record for most triple-bogeys or worse is three at the 1997 British Open (2 triple-bogeys and 1 quadruple-bogey).
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Tiger Woods waits to play his tee shot on the 13th hole. Woods finished T65 at 8-over 296. Woods’ highest score in a 72-hole event is a 298 at the 2010 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
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Kevin Chappell made a late charge with four birdies in his last six holes, but he couldn't catch Matt Kuchar.
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Fans surround the 14th green Sunday at Muirfield Village.
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Kyle Stanley misses a birdie putt on the 14th hole. Stanley finished third. He also finished third at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans and T6 a week later at the Wells Fargo Championship.
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Adam Scott waves to fans on the first tee. Scott shot 73 on Sunday to finish T13.
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Rory McIlroy hits his tee shot on the 11th hole Sunday. Earlier in the week, McIlroy said, “Obviously I haven't lived up to my own expectations this year.” He finished T57 at the Memorial.
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Rickie Fowler hits his tee shot on the 10th hole Sunday at Muirfield Village. Fowler played golf at Oklahoma State and last week donated money to help tornado victims in Oklahoma.
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Tiger Woods shot a seven-over 79 on Saturday to finish near the bottom of the leaderboard.
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Woods shot a 44 on his opening nine. It was the highest nine-hole score of Woods's career.
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Matt Kuchar shot a two-under 70 to grab a two-shot lead heading into the final round.
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"I think anytime you make a birdie in these conditions, you feel like you're really up on the field here," Kuchar said.
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Charl Schwartzel had the lead going into the back nine, but he shot a 41 on the back nine to tumble down the leaderboard.
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Rory McIlroy continued to struggle on Saturday. He finished with a 75.
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Bubba Watson is five shots back after a three-over 75.
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Kyle Stanley shot a 73, but he is still tied for second place.
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Jim Furyk made four birdies and a bogey for a 69.
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Defending champion Tiger Woods shot a two-over 74 to finish at one-over par.
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Woods made two birdies, two bogeys and a double bogey.
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Bubba Watson made six birdies and a bogey before play was suspended.
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After opening with a 78, Rory McIlroy fought back with five birdies and a bogey to get inside the cutline. Play was suspended due to storms and the second round will resume at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday.
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Justin Rose is only five shots off the lead.
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Adam Scott made four birdies and two bogeys on Friday.
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Charl Schwartzel started the day with the lead, but he backed up with a double bogey and two bogeys.
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Bill Haas fired a five-under 67 to grab the clubhouse lead at nine-under par.
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Despite a three-over 75, Fred Couples will be around for the weekend.
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Lee Westwood will likely miss the cut after two double bogeys in the second round.
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Guan Tianlang, 14, missed the cut after rounds of 72-79.
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Matt Kuchar is only three shots back after a two-under 70.
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Rickie Fowler made four birdies and three bogeys for a 71.
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Tiger Woods had an up-and-down first round at the Memorial, finishing with a one-under 71.
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Woods had five birdies and four bogeys on day one.
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Woods played with Fred Couples.
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Couples bested Woods by one shot.
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Charl Schwartzel shot an impressive seven-under 65 in the morning to take the first-round lead.
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Schwartzel won the 2011 Masters.
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Rory McIlroy struggled on Thursday.
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He finished with a six-over 78.
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His round featured six bogeys and a double bogey.
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Adam Scott shot a one-over 73.
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Scott has not played much since his Masters victory in April.
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Keegan Bradley played with Woods and Couples and shot a 71.
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Bubba Watson also had a 71.
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Watson has only two top 10s in 2013.
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Scott Piercy is in second after a 66.