The Memorial Tournament, presented by Workday, will take place from 30 May to 5 June at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin.

COLUMBUS, Ohio – officials from Memory Tournament has announced four new entries, including 2018 winner and 2020 US Open champion Bryson DeChambo.

DeShambo is joined by three-time PGA TOUR winner Victor Howland, three-time grand championship winner Jordan Spit and Will Zalataris.

Officials have previously named Patrick Cantlay, Colin Morikov, Cameron Smith, Xander Schaufele, John Ram, Hideki Matsuyama, Rory McIlroy, Matt Kuchar, Matt Fitzpatrick and Brandt Snedecker as participants in this year’s field.

Below is a breakdown of the new additions provided by the Memorial Tournament.

The list of the top 10 players competing this year has grown to seven: Ram (2), Smith (3), Morikov (4), Cantley (6), Howland (7), McIlroy (8) and Spit (9) .

The Memorial Tournament, presented by Workday, will take place from 30 May to 5 June at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin.

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The 28-year-old DeChambo made his first win in the PGA TOUR during his opening season at the John Deere Classic 2017. During his sophomore year, the California native won the best season of his career, and the catalyst was his 43rd playoff victory. -m Memorial Tournament. His three wins led him to third place in the FedExCup standings. DeChambo added a win every following year, with two wins in the 2020-21 season, including his first major championship at the U.S. Open at Winged Foot Golf Club, for a total of eight PGA TOUR titles. DeChambo was limited to five starts this season due to an injury that required surgery on his hamstring in his left arm on April 14. He did not participate in the PGA TOUR after missing the cut in the Masters Tournament. He is currently ranked 25th in the world and 219th in the FedExCup points. At Muirfield Village Golf Club, De Chambo ranks fourth with an average score of 70.72 and is the fourth youngest winner of the Memorial Tournament in 24 years, 8 months and 18 days after Tiger Woods (1999 and 2000) and Hideki Matsuyama, who was 22 years. years, 3 months and 7 days when he won the Memorial in 2014. This will be De Chambo’s sixth appearance at the Memorial Tournament after last year’s T-28 finish. DeChambo has $ 1,834,030.00 in revenue from the Career Memory Tournament.

The 24-year-old Howland is one of PGA TOUR’s brightest young stars. His first victory at the TOUR took place in 2020 at the Puerto Rican Open, the first ever victory of a player from Norway at the PGA TOUR. Howland recorded another first this season, winning his third career victory in the TOUR at the World Technology Championships in Mayacoba, becoming the only player in the event’s history to successfully defend his title. The 2021 European Cup winner in the Rider Cup is currently ranked 7th in the world and 15th in FedExCup points, with four finishes in the top 10 this season, including a win in Mexico and a T-2 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. The 2018 U.S. Amateur Champion finished with low amateur scores at both the Masters and the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links in 2019, becoming the first player since Matt Kuchar (winner of the 2013 Memorial Tournament) in 1998 to complete the event. a feat in the same season. Howland finished third at the Workday Charity Open, held at Muirfield Village Golf Club in 2020, and will be the third start to this year’s memory tournament after last year’s T-47 finish. He holds an average score of 73.50 after rounds 72-70-76-74 in 2021.

SpitThe 28-year-old is in the midst of his best season since his campaign with three wins in 2017 with his 13th PGA TOUR title at RBC Heritage and a pair of second places at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and AT&T Bryon Nelson. The Dallas native ranks 9th in the world and 10th in FedExCup points. In 2015-17, Spit was one of the most dominant golfers on the planet, winning 10 tournaments, the FedExCup title (2015) and the Jack Nicklaus Award (2015) as PGA TOUR Player of the Year. These victories included three major championships: the Masters Tournament (2015), the U.S. Open (2015) and the Open (2017). Since becoming a professional in 2012, Spit has received $ 50,629,005 from PGA TOUR career income. In nine starts at the Memorial, his best finish was the T-3 in 2015, and he has a Tournament average of 71.21. Spit graduated from T-18 at the 2021 Memorial, bringing his income to $ 1,206,725.77.

Zlataris stormed the PGA TOUR in 2021 and was named the rookie of the year after finishing eight in the top 10 in 25 starts, marking a solo second place finish at the Masters Tournament in his debut at Augusta National. He enjoyed steady success in his sophomore year, recording six places in the top 10, including a pair of solo results in second place at the Farmers Insurance Open and at the PGA Championship last week in Southern Hills, where he lost in the playoffs. Justin Thomas. It was the fifth in his career top 10 for Zalataris in just eight major championship starts. The 25-year-old California native is currently ranked 14th in the official world golf rankings and 13th in the FedExCup points. Zalaris will appear for the second time at the Memory Day tournament. He missed the cut in 2018 after rounds 75-73.

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