Memorial Tournament 2020 odds
Who wins the Memorial Tournament 2020?
There is no odds at Memorial Tournament 2020 yet, but we have found odds at PGA Championship 2020.
The Memorial Open Championship 2020
Memorial tournament is one of the biggest open championships after four majors. It was founded by Jack Nicklaus in 1976, and it is annually contested at Murfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, Ohio. 2020's edition will be played from 16 July to 19 July 2020, and its prize money is $9.3 million. Memorial Tournament is an invitational match, and its field consists of 120 players.
The presence of the top fifty professionals, along with the winners of the last five majors and participants of the Ryder Open, makes it a competitive tournament.
American professional Patrick Cantley is going to defend his title. Last year he won the tournament when he finished 19 under par by out stroking the Australian Adam Scott, whos score was 271.
Jack Nicklaus, Hale Irwin, Gren Norman, and Tom Watson have won this tournament twice while Kenny Perry did it three times. The former number one golfer Tiger Woods has lifted the trophy record five times. Woods is the only player defend this championship two times, he registered his first win of the tournament in 1999 and defended it in 2000 and 2001.
Like any other tournament, Americans are leading in Memorial Tournament as well. Since the last decade, only three non-native players could take the trophy home. In 2010, Justin Rose won the tournament by, and in 2014, Hikeki Matsuyama grabbed the trophy while in 2015 Swedish professional David Lingmerth managed to take home the 18% of the purse.
Dustin Johnson, Brooks Keopka, and Rory McIlroy are the top dogs in 2020's edition. Johnson, who is a consistent winner now and after his recent victory in the traveler's championship, is the favorite, while McIlroy and Keopka, who are world number one and fourth respectively are also in the same list of the top runners to lift the Memorial Tournament 2020 trophy. Tiger Woods, who is considered one of the greatest golfers of all time, is out of the form, but his last victory in the Masters Open showed that he could upset the top dogs in any event.