2023 Memorial Tournament: Rory McIlroy, David Lipsky, Si Woo Kim share first place into final

Arriving as the top two golfers after the first two rounds of the 2023 Memorial Tournament, both Justin Suh and Hideki Matsuyama fell off during Saturday's 18 holes.

With Suh recording 5-over in the third round and falling to 14th, while Matsuyama was 3-over, including a triple bogey on the 12th hole to fall to ninth, Rory McIlroy took advantage, finishing Saturday 2-under par and taking a share of first place at 6-under.

David Lipsky, who held possession of first for the majority of the third round, recorded a bogey on the 18th hole, allowing McIlroy and Si Woo Kim, who finished 1-under Saturday, to share first heading into Sunday.

2023 Memorial Tournament news: Here's everything you need to know about the 2023 Memorial Tournament

Here's what happened in the third round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament.

2023 Memorial Tournament leaderboard heading into final round

Here's what the Memorial Tournament leaderboard looks like heading into the final round Sunday.

  • Rory McIlroy: -6, 210

  • David Lipsky: : -6, 210

  • Si Woo Kim: -6, 210

  • Denny McCarthy: -5, 211

  • Viktor Hovland: -5, 211

  • Wyndham Clark: -5, 211

  • Lee Hodges: -5, 211

  • Mark Hubbard: -5, 211

  • Keegan Bradley: -4, 212

  • Collin Morikawa: -4, 212

  • Patrick Rodgers: -4, 212

  • Patrick Cantlay: -4, 212

  • Hideki Matsuyama: -4, 212

Mark Hubbard bogeys, David Lipsky holds lead at Memorial

Mark Hubbard is down to second place.

On the 16th hole, Hubbard hit the tee 193 yards into the rough, leading to a bogey and a second-place spot at 7-under.

David Lipsky still holds first at 8-under with back-to-back pars.

Mark Hubbard ties David Lipsky for Memorial lead

David Lipsky now shares first place at the 2023 Memorial.

Mark Hubbard birdied the 15th hole — his fourth birdie of the third round — putting him at 8-under par and giving him a share of first place with Lipsky.

How is Rory McIlroy doing in third round of 2023 Memorial?

Rory McIlroy continues to be in contention for a Memorial Tournament win.

Coming into the third round at 4-under par, McIlroy has three birdies and one bogey through 15 holes, scoring 6-under par overall. He is tied for third place with Sepp Straka, who has four birdies and two bogeys through 15 holes.

Hideki Matsuyama records triple bogey, falls to 11th place

Hideki Matsuyama lost some ground on the 12th hole.

After recording a birdie on the 11th hole, Matsuyama hit his tee shot on the 12th hole into the water, leading to a triple-bogey. Sitting at 4-under overall, Matsuyama is 3-over par through 12 holes in the third round.

With a bogey on hole 13, David Lipsky, at 8-under, has a one stroke lead on Mark Hubbard (-7).

Hideki Matsuyama, Mark Hubbard close in on David Lipsky's Memorial lead

After three straight bogies, Hideki Matsuyama cut into David Lipsky's lead.

Matsuyama recorded is third birdie of the day and first since the first two holes of his third round to cut Lipsky's lead to two strokes.

Mark Hubbard and Matsuyama are tied in second place after Hubbard recorded birdies on the 11th and 13th holes. Through 13 holes, Hubbard is 2-under par.

David Lipsky's lead grows after birdie

David Lipsky has a three-stroke lead at the 2023 Memorial Tournament.

After taking the lead from Hideki Matsuyama with a birdie on the 11th hole, Lipsky began the 12th with a 158-yard shot on the 12th, leaving a 3-foot putt to secure a birdie.

Lipsky sits at 9-under par, better than Matsuyama, Mark Hubbard, and Lee Hodges in second at 6-under.

David Lipsky takes the lead at 2023 Memorial

After a birdie on 11 and a bogey by Hideki Matsuyama on 10, David Lipsky has taken a two-stroke lead at the 2023 Memorial Tournament.

Matsuyama has recorded bogeys on each of his last three holes, while Lipsky has birdied two of his last five holes.

Another bogey brings Hideki Matsuyama to 7-under, tied for lead with David Lipsky

David Lipsky has a share of first place at the Memorial Tournament.

Back-to-back bogeys by Hideki Matsuyama brought him to 7-under par, tying Lipsky, who has shot 1-under par through nine holes Saturday.

Lipsky is playing in his third Memorial, tying for 48th in 2019 and tying for 37th in 2022.

Hideki Matuyama loses stroke off lead after bogey at Memorial

Hideki Matsuyama only holds a one-stroke lead with 10 holes left in the third round of the Memorial Tournament.

After two birdies to start the third round, Matsuyama recorded five pars before bogeying the eighth hole: a shot he birdied Friday. He holds first place at 8-under with David Lipsky in second place at 7-under par.

Patrick Cantlay continues slide, falls to 16th after bogey

Patrick Cantlay continues to slide down the Memorial Tournament leaderboard.

The two-time Memorial winner answered his triple bogey on the sixth hole with a par, but bogeyed the eighth hole after missing a 14-foot putt for par.

Cantlay sits at 3-under par and is tied at 16th with Jon Rahm, Tyrrell Hatton and Sungjae Im, among others.

Rickie Fowler returns to Memorial Tournament contention

Despite a double bogey on the third hole Saturday, Rickie Fowler is within striking distance at the Memorial.

Fowler has his back-to-back birdies at 11 and 12 to record 6-under heading into the 13th hole.

Fowler is three strokes off Hideki Matsuyama's lead of 9-under.

2023 Memorial Tournament leaderboard

Here's a look at who in contention as the third round of the 2023 Memorial continues.

  • Hideki Matsuyama: -9, -2 today through 6 holes

  • David Lipsky: -7, -1 today through 7 holes

  • Austin Eckroat: -6, -3 today through 12 holes

  • Lee Hodges: -6,-3 through 11 holes

  • Denny McCarthy: -5, -4 through 17 holes

  • Rickie Fowler: -5, -1 through 11 holes

  • Sepp Straka: -5, -1 through 9 holes

  • Si Woo Kim: -5, even through 8 holes

  • Mark Hubbard: -5, even through eight holes

'Clear eyes, full hearts, Cantlay'

June 3, 2023; Dublin, Ohio, USA;  Joe Bokros of Youngstown wears a hand-drawn “clear eyes full hearts Cantlay” polo shirt as he following Patrick Cantlay during the third round of the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club.

One Memorial Tournament attendee is making it no secret who he's cheering for at Muirfield Village Golf Club.

Joe Bokros of Youngstown arrived in a white polo shirt with the phrase "Clear eyes, full hearts, Cantlay" in honor of the two-time Memorial Tournament winner Patrick Cantlay.

The phrase is a play on a familiar refrain from the NBC television show "Friday Night Lights:" "Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose."

But even with the fan following him, Cantlay's day has fallen off, recording a triple bogey after a water penalty and falling into a 10-way tie for ninth place at 4-under.

Patrick Cantlay records water penalty, falls to 10th after triple bogey

Patrick Cantlay took a step back on the sixth hole.

After four pars and a birdie on the fourth hole, Cantlay his the second shot at the sixth hole into the water for a one-shot penalty, finishing with a triple bogey and falling to 10th at 4-under par.

Cantlay is a two-time Memorial champion, winning the tournament in 2019 and 2021.

Austin Eckroat, Si Woo Kim and David Lipsky each share second place at 6-under par, three strokes behind Hideki Matsuyama in first.

Denny McCarthy eagle moves him into top 4 at Memorial Tournament

Denny McCarthy is sticking near the top of the 2023 Memorial leaderboard.

After two bogeys on the front nine, McCarthy has used a birdie and an eagle on the 14th and 15th holes to secure 5-under and a fourth-place position in the third round.

He also recorded an eagle on the seventh hole.

Through two rounds, McCarthy was 1-under par.

Justin Suh continues slide, hits double-bogey on third hole

Justin Suh is sliding out of contention at the 2023 Memorial Tournament.

The leader after two rounds began his day with back-to-back bogeys before recording a double-bogey on the third hole, hitting his second shot into the water for a +1 penalty stroke.

Heading into Saturday, Suh had only two bogeys through two rounds. He is five strokes off the lead and 4-over par in the third round.

Patrick Cantlay surges to second place

Patrick Cantlay, a two-time Memorial winner, is making his move.

The 31-year-old former UCLA golfer recorded a birdie on the fourth hole after four pars to begin his third round. Cantlay is 7-under, two strokes behind Hideki Matsuyama and one stroke ahead of David Lipsky in third.

Cantlay was the betting favorite to win the Memorial heading into the third round according to DraftKings Sportsbook.

Justin Suh bogeys first two holes, falls three holes from lead

Justin Suh has struggled through his first two holes of the third round.

Arriving with a one-stroke lead, Suh bogeyed each of his first two holes — holes he had previously recorded pars at — to fall to 6-under par. Suh is tied for third with Patrick Cantlay

Hideki Matsuyama extends lead at 2023 Memorial

Back-to-back birdies give Hideki Matsuyama a two-stroke lead at the 2023 Memorial, hitting a 31-foot putt at the second hole.

Matsuyama's birdie on Hole 2 was his first on that hole in the tournament, finishing with a par in each of the first two rounds.

Hideki Matsuyama takes the lead at 2023 Memorial

One hole into the third round, Hideki Matsuyama took the lead at the 2023 Memorial Tournament.

Matsuyama recorded a birdie after a 202-yard second hit from the rough, leading to a 3-foot putt to secue his 8-under par. In his first hole, Justin Suh missed a 14-foot putt for par, leading to a 2-foot make for bogey.

Matsuyama won the Memorial in 2014.

David Lipsky birdies into second place at Memorial

David Lipsky is seemingly continuing the momentum he's built from the first two rounds.

After finishing 3-under par on Thursday and Friday, Lipsky began the third round with a birdie, a hole he recorded a par on in each of the first two rounds.

Lipsky now shares second place with Hideki Matsuyama and is one stroke behind Justin Suh for the lead.

Memorial Tournament leaders — Justin Suh and Hideki Matsuyama — take Muirfield Village golf course

Justin Suh and Hideki Matsuyama are the final golfers to begin their third rounds of the Memorial Tournament.

Suh was 6-under par Friday and comes into Saturday with a tournament-best 8-under par.

Matsuyama, coming into the second round even, finished 7-under par Friday and is one stroke behind Suh in first.

Third round tee times Memorial Tournament: Justin Suh, Hideki Matsuyama about to tee off

Four golfers are left to begin the third round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament. Here's a look at who is about to tee off.

  • 1:25 p.m. David Lipsky and Patrick Cantlay

  • 1:35 p.m. Justin Suh and Hideki Matsuyama

Jordan Spieth vs. train

Jordan Spieth is off to a solid start in the third round of the Memorial, recording one birdie and two pars.

But Spieth had to overcome more than just the Muirfield Village Golf Club in his three holes.

Ahead of his second shot of the day after a 322-yard tee, Spieth lined up for a shot before a train whistle took him by surprise, stepping away with a grin. He turned that shot into a 166-yard dagger one foot away from the hole, securing the birdie.

Rory McIlroy begins third round at Memorial Tournament

Rory McIlroy's day has officially begun at the Memorial Tournament.

Leaving Round 2 4-under par, McIlroy took the course with Sepp Straka, who is also tied for eighth at 4-under par.

McIlroy's best finish at the Memorial was in 2016 when he tied for fourth.

Rickie Fowler begins day at Memorial Tournament with birdie

Rickie Fowler is off to a good start in the third round of the Memorial.

After bogeying the first hole Thursday and recording par on the hole Friday, Fowler used a 307-yard tee shit and an 8-foot putt to secure birdie, moving to 5-under overall with a share of fifth place.

Fowler finished tied for second at the ZOZO championship earlier this season.

Collin Morikawa moves into top seven

Collin Morikawa has found success in the third round of the Memorial Tournament.

Coming into Saturday even, Morikawa has used six birdies and two bogeys to sit at 4-under par through 12 holes. Morikawa is tied for seventh along with Keegan Bradley, who finished his Saturday 7-under and J.J. Spaun, who is 3-under through nine holes.

Keegan Bradley, Sungjae Im move into top 14 after third round

Keegan Bradley and Sungjae Im's days are done. And both have moved into contention.

Bradley, with a 7-under par performance, is at 4-under overall and tied for seventh.

Im turned a 5-under day until 3-under overall and is currently tied for 14th.

Who is Keegan Bradley?

Here's three things you need to know about Keegan Bradley, who is at 7-under par through 18 holes in the third round of the Memorial Tournament.

  • Keegan Bradley has five career victories — Bradley's most recent victory came in the 2023 ZOZO Championship. He has victories in the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship, 2011 PGA Championship, 2012 Bridgestone Invitational and 2018 BMW Championship.

  • Keegan Bradley's lowest round this season is 64 — Bradley had a 64 in the third round of the RBC Heritage. He is on pace for a 65 finish in the third round at the Memorial. His career low is 60 in the first round of the 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship.

  • Keegan Bradley's best finish at the Memorial is 8th — Bradley tied for eighth twice at the Memorial Tournament in 2015 and 2016. Last season he tied for 37th with a 290.

Ludvig Aberg finishes at top of PGA Tour U rankings

Texas Tech senior Ludvig Aberg is trending upward, not on Twitter but on his quality of life. On Monday the Swede finished atop was PGA Tour U rankings, which earned him a tour card through the 2024 season. Then on Tuesday Abert was named the Jack Nicklaus Division I collegiate player of the year. That’s a two-fer to feel good about.

Nicklaus award winners in the other college divisions will be announced Sunday.

Columbus Dispatch columnist Rob Oller contributed to this report

What are the Memorial Tournament standings?

Here's a look at the Memorial Tournament leaders in the middle of the third round Saturday:

  • Justin Suh: -8, 136 — 1:35 p.m.

  • Hideki Matsuyama: -7, 137 — 1:35 p.m.

  • David Lipsky: -6, 138 — 1:25 p.m.

  • Patrick Cantlay: -6, 138 — 1:25 p.m.

  • Si Woo Kim: -5, 139 — 1:15 p.m.

  • Mark Hubbard: -5, 139 — 1:15 p.m.

  • Keegan Bradley: -4

  • Rory McIlroy: -4, 140 — 1:05 p.m.

  • Sepp Straka: -4, 140 — 1:05 p.m.

  • Patrick Rodgers: -4, 140 — 12:55 p.m.

  • Jon Rahm: -4, 140 — 12:55 p.m.

  • Rickie Fowler: -4, 140 — 12:40 p.m.

Scottie Scheffler gets hot in Round 3 of Memorial

In the middle of the back nine, Scottie Scheffler has found some momentum.

After six straight pars, Scheffler, the No. 1 golfer according to the Official World Golf Rankings, has birdied three straight holes. Saturday, Scheffler is at 5-under and sits at 2-under par, tied for 19th.

Sungjae Im bogeys the 13th hole, falls to 3-under

Sungjae Im fell victim to the 13th hole for the second straight round.

After consecutive birdies on 11 and 12, Im bogeyed the 13th hole, moving to 3-under and a tie for 12th place

When does David Lipsky tee off?

David Lipsky left the second round in the top three.

The 34-year-old former Northwestern golfer recorded two straight rounds of 3-under par to arrive into the third 6-under and tied for third place.

Lipsky will tee off at 1:25 p.m. with Patrick Cantlay

Keegan Bradley birdie streak ends, Sungjae Im moves to 4-under

Keegan Bradley's birdie streak ended at five.

Bradley recorded a bogey on the 12th hole, moving back a stroke to 3-under overall.

Sungjae Im, who has six birdies on his first 12 holes, has recorded birdies on the 11th and 12th holes, moving to 4-under overall and into a tie for seventh place.

Keegan Bradley continues streak of birdies at Memorial

Keegan Bradley extends his birdie streak to five.

A 2-foot, five-inch putt on the 11th hole secured Bradley's fifth consecutive birdie, a streak he started on the seventh hole. Currently at 7-under through 11 holes, Bradley is at 4-under overall and is tied for seventh with Rory McIlroy, Sepp Straka, Patrick Rodgers, Jon Rahm and Rickie Fowler.

Matt Kuchar under par at 2023 Memorial Tournament

Starting at 7-over par after Round 1, Matt Kuchar has played himself under par in the third round of the 2023 Memorial.

Kuchar has used four birdies and one bogey to move to 1-under par 10 holes into the third round. He had six birdies in the second round Friday, making the cut at 2-over par.

Scottie Scheffler remains at 1-over par

Beginning the day at 3-over par, Scottie Scheffler has gained two strokes over the first 11 holes of the third round.

Scheffler recorded two birdies in the first six holes, and has remained consistent, staying at 1-over overall and tied for 54th.

Another birdie brings Keegan Bradley into the top 12 at Memorial

Keegan Bradley's run continues.

Bradley started the back nine with a birdie on the 10th hole — his fourth straight — after recording pars on hole No. 10 in the first and second rounds.

Bradley is 6-under par in the third round and 3-under par overall. He is tied for 12th place with six golfers, including Jordan Spieth.

When does Jon Rahm tee off at 2023 Memorial Tournament third round?

Heading into the third round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament, Jon Rahm is firmly in the top 10.

Rahm, a former Memorial and Masters Tournament winner, is 4-under par through the first two rounds. He is scheduled to tee off with Patrick Rodgers at 12:55 p.m.

Keegan Bradley hits fifth third round birdie

Keegan Bradley's third-round momentum continues.

Bailey ends his run on the front nine with three consecutive birdies, including birdies on the 8th and 9th holes, which he bogeyed in the second round Friday.

Bailey sits at 2-under par and is tied for 17th.

Keegan Bradley matches Sungjae Im's hot start

Sungjae Im is not the only golfer to work his way under par during the third round of the Memorial Tournament.

The former St. John's University golfer is 4-under par through his first eight holes Saturday, recording four birdies after combining for six birdies through the first two rounds.

Coming in at 3-over par, Bradley is now at 1-under.

Golfers not impressed with 16th hole at Memorial Tournament

After the first two rounds of the 2023 Memorial Tournament, golfers are not leaving satisfied with the 16th hole at Muirfield Village Golf Course.

In the first two rounds, Memorial golfers have recorded 135 pars, 72 bogeys and 16 double-bogeys compared to 13 birdies at the par 3 at hole 16.

According to GolfWeek, Jordan Spieth called it “not a great hole in pretty much everyone’s opinion that’s playing today" and Jason Day called the hole "a stupid hole."

“I don’t like the 16th length," Day continued. "It’s just not really a hole that should be playing at 220."

Sungjae Im continues fast start in Memorial third round

Starting with three birdies, Sungjae Im moved under par early in his third round. Six holes in, Im's score continues to improve.

After two pars on the fourth and fifth holes — two holes he bogeyed in the second round Friday — Im recorded his fourth birdie of the round. Im sits at 2-under par and is currently tied for 17th with Stephan Jaeger, Tyrrell Hatton, Matt Wallace, Sam Burns and Viktor Hovland.

Davis Riley takes the Muirfield Village course for the Memorial third round

Davis Riley returns to the Muirfield Village golf course Saturday after struggling Friday.

Holding onto the Memorial lead after Round 1 at 5-under par, Riley was 6-over par in Round 2, recording four bogeys and two double-bogeys to boost his overall score to 1-over par.

The Memorial Tournament TV schedule

Third round coverage of the 2023 Memorial Tournament is on ESPN+. TV coverage will not begin until 12:30 p.m. on the Golf Channel.

CBS will take over third round coverage at 2:30 p.m.

  • Golf Channel: Live bonus third round coverage, 12:30-2:30 p.m.

  • CBS Sports: Live third-round coverage, 2:30-6 p.m.

Taylor Pendrith off to rough start in third round

Taylor Pendrith is off to a slow start in the third round of the Memorial Tournament.

Coming into the third round 2-over par after scoring 3-under in the second round Friday, Pendrith is at 4-over par through the first four holes of Round 3, recording a double-bogey on the first hole Saturday: a hole which he recorded two pars Thursday and Friday.

Sungjae Im starts third round with three birdies

Sungjae Im's hot start continues.

Im has recorded three straight birdies to bring him to 1-under par three holes into his third round. Im is now tied for 22nd overall.

Sungjae Im back at even after two third-round birdies

Back-to-back birdies to start the third round have moved Sungjae Im to even.

Im, who was at 2-under after the first round, went 4-over par in the second round Friday with seven bogeys and three birdies.

When does Justin Suh tee off at 2023 Memorial?

Justin Suh put on a show in the second round of the Memorial Tournament.

Suh shot a 66 Friday, sitting at 8-under par through the first two rounds: one stroke better than Hideki Matsuyama in second.

Suh will tee off with Matsuyama at 1:35 p.m.

Luke List off to fast start at 2023 Memorial Tournament third round

Through three holes, Luke List has made up two strokes.

List, a 38-year-old and former Vanderbilt golfer, birdied the second and third holes, moving to 1-over par through three holes of Round 3.

List won the Farmers Insurance Open in 2021-22.

Matt Kuchar returns to Memorial Tournament third round after storming back in Round 2

After struggling with a 7-over Thursday, Matt Kuchar completely flipped the script Friday.

The 44-year-old American and former Georgia Tech golfer who has four top-10 finishes this season was 5-under par in round 2 Friday, recording six birdies to make the cut at 2-over par overall.

Kuchar is playing in his 18th Memorial, previously winning the tournament in 2013.

Kuchar is scheduled to tee off at 8:25 a.m.

Scottie Scheffler begins Memorial third round with birdie

One hole into the third round and Scottie Scheffler has already taken a stroke off his score.

Scheffler began the third round with a birdie on the first hole, a hole he birdied in the second round and recorded par on in the first.

Scottie Scheffler, World's No. 1 golfer, begins Memorial third round

Scottie Scheffler returns to the third round of the Memorial Tournament behind.

The No. 1 golfer according to the Official World Golf Ranking is 3-over par heading into Saturday after five bogeys and four birdies put Scheffler tied for 61st.

Scheffler finished tied for 22nd at the Memorial in 2020 and in third place in 2021.

Lanto Griffin and Luke List begin third round of 2023 Memorial Tournament

The third round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament has begun.

Lanto Griffin (+3) and Luke List (+3) are up first on the course at Muirfield Village, both of whom were 2-over par Friday.

Patrick Cantlay enters third round as 2023 Memorial Tournament betting favorite 

Neither Justin Suh nor Hideki Matsuyama are the favorites to win the 2023 Memorial Tournament heading into the third round.

Two-time Memorial champion Patrick Cantlay is the betting favorite on DraftKings Sportsbook at +350 odds, while Matsuyama (+450), Jon Rahm (+600), Rory McIlroy (+900) and Suh (+900) each have better than +1000 odds to win.

Cantlay (-165) and Matsuyama (-125) are each heavy favorites to finish in the top five.

Memorial Tournament third round weather 

While temperatures reached the mid-90s Friday during Round 2, temperatures are expected to reach the high 80s Saturday. The National Weather Service reports a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms after 1 p.m., but mostly sunny skies with northeast winds between 6 and 14 mph.

How many former winners remain in the hunt for the 2023 Memorial? 

Heading into the third round of the 2023 Memorial, three former winners remain in contention.

  • Patrick Cantlay (2019 — 269, 2021 — 275)

  • Jon Rahm (2020 — 279)

  • Hideki Matsuyama (2014 — 275)

  • Matt Kuchar (2013 — 276)

Who has the most Memorial Tournament wins? 

Tiger Woods has won the Memorial five times: 1999, 2000, 2001, 2009 and 2012

What is the Memorial Tournament course record? 

The Memorial Tournament course record is 268 (-20) by Tom Lehman in 1994. In 2023, Justin Suh currently has a 136 (-8).

Memorial Tournament tee times: 2023 third round

Here are the tee times for the third round of the Memorial Tournament Saturday.



7:55 a.m.

Lanto Griffin and Luke List

8:05 a.m.

Davis Thompson and Scottie Scheffler

8:15 a.m.

Ryan Fox and Keegan Bradley

8:25 a.m.

Matt Kuchar and Sungjae Im

8:35 a.m.

Adam Schenk and Taylor Pendrith

8:45 a.m.

J.T. Poston and Sahith Theegala

8:55 a.m.

S.H. Kim and Alex Noren

9:05 a.m.

Adam Scott and Shane Lowry

9:20 a.m.

Keith Mitchell and Russell Henley

9:30 a.m.

Brandt Snedeker and Danny Willett

9:40 a.m.

Thomas Detry and Davis Riley

9:50 a.m.

Sam Bennett and Eric Cole

10 a.m.

Collin Morikawa and Stewart Cink

10:10 a.m.

Garrick Higgo and Emilliano Grillo

10:20 a.m.

Taylor Montgomery and Harris English

10:35 a.m.

Chez Reavie and Matt Fitzpatrick

10:45 a.m

J.J. Spaun and Sam Stevens

10:55 a.m.

Joseph Bramlett and Seamus Power

11:05 a.m.

Byeong Hun An and Denny McCarthy

11:15 a.m.

Andrew Putnam and Beau Hossler

11:25 a.m.

Tom Hoge and Sam Ryder

11:35 a.m.

Xander Schauffele and Gary Woodland

11:50 a.m.

Sam Burns and Christiaan Bezuidenhout

12 p.m.

Matt Wallace and Viktor Hovland

12:10 p.m.

Stephan Jaeger and Tyrrell Hatton

12:20 p.m.

Wyndham Clark and Austin Eckroat

12:30 p.m.

Luke Donald and Jordan Spieth

12:40 p.m.

Rickie Fowler and Lee Hodges

12:55 p.m.

Patrick Rodgers and Jon Rahm

1:05 p.m.

Rory McIlroy and Sepp Straka

1:15 p.m.

Si Woo Kim and Mark Hubbard

1:25 p.m.

David Lipsky and Patrick Cantlay

1:35 p.m.

Justin Suh and Hideki Matsuyama

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How to watch Memorial Tournament third round

Staring June 1, the Golf Channel and CBS Sports will broadcast parts of the 2023 Memorial Tournament. The Memorial Tournament will also be available on ESPN+ and Peacock. Coverage will also be available on Sirius XM radio.

Here's what is scheduled to be broadcasted during the third round of the Memorial Tournament Saturday.

June 3

  • Golf Channel: Live bonus third round coverage, 12:30-2:30 p.m.

  • CBS Sports: Live third-round coverage, 2:30-6 p.m.

  • Golf Channel Replay: 9 p.m.-1 a.m., 3-7 a.m. (June 4) 


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