Follow along with Round 3 updates from the Memorial Tournament here.
After scoring 7-under par in 18 holes Friday, Hideki Matsuyama left the morning session as the leader of the 2023 Memorial Tournament. It was not a lead that he would keep.
In his return to the Muirfield Village Golf Club after missing the cut at the Memorial in 2019, Justin Suh shot 8-under par and was one of 16 golfers to shoot a 69 or better in the second round Friday.
After the second round only 66 golfers remain, having shot better than 3-over par through the first two rounds of the tournament.
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Jason Day, Bo Hoag miss cut for 2023 Memorial Tournament
Two Columbus golfers have missed the chance of advancing to the third round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament.
Westerville resident Jason Day and Ohio State graduate Bo Hoag missed the 3-over mark to qualify for the third round Saturday.
Day finished tied for 67th after an even performance Friday, finishing the tournament at 4-over par.
Hoag finished 10-over par after going 6-over with five bogies and a double-bogey Friday.
66 golfers make final cut at 2023 Memorial Tournament
The second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament is complete, and 66 golfers remain.
Sixty six golfers scored better than 3-over par in the first two rounds of the Memorial, including tournament leader Justin Suh, who will head into the third round 8-under par.
David Lipsky: only Memorial golfer to finish in 60s in both rounds
With a pair of 69 rounds, David Lipsky is the only golfer in the Memorial to finish with two rounds under 70.
He had not broken 70 in either of his two prior appearances at the Memorial in 2019 or 2022.
What is the cut line at the Memorial Tournament?
As the second round nears its end, the cut line for the 2023 Memorial Tournament sits at 3-over par with 67 golfers qualifying.
Of the golfers still playing, three — Cameron Young, Nick Hardy and Akshay Bhatia — are within a stroke of the cut line.
Jon Rahm birdies, ends Memorial second round tied for sixth
Coming into his final four holes at 2-under par, former Memorial champion birdied twice, including the 18th hole, to finish 4-under.
Rahm is tied for sixth with Rory McIlroy, Sepp Straka, Patrick Rodgers, Rickie Fowler and Mark Hubbard.
Justin Suh ends second round as Memorial Tournament leader
With a birdie on the final hole of his second round, Justin Suh left as the leader of the Memorial Tournament.
A 6-foot putt secured Suh's lead over Hideki Matsuyama.
In his second round, Suh recorded seven birdies and only one bogey.
Rickie Fowler eagle moves him into top 5 at Memorial
After finishing the first round even, Rickie Fowler has made up some ground in the second day of the Memorial Tournament.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2023
After three birdies and a bogey through the first 14 holes, Fowler, the 34-year-old American and former Oklahoma State golfer, recorded an eagle, moving him into a tie for sixth place at 4-under par with Rory McIlroy, Sepp Straka, Patrick Rodgers, Matt Wallace and Mark Hubbard.
Fowler has 44 top-5 finishes in his PGA career.
Justin Suh loses ground, shares first place with Hideki Matsuyama
After bogeying the 16th hole, Justin Suh returns to sharing first place with Hideki Matsuyama.
Suh missed a 23-foot putt for par, connecting the 4-foot putt for his first bogey of the day and first since hole No. 6 during the first round.
Justin Suh is the new Memorial Tournament leader
With his sixth birdie of the second round, Justin Suh takes sole possession of first place at the 2023 Memorial Tournament.
Suh is 8-under par, one stroke better than Hideki Matsuyama, who finished the second round seven strokes under par.
Justin Suh ties Hideki Matsuyama for first place at 2023 Memorial Tournament
Hideki Matsuyama is not the only golfer at 7-under par anymore at the Memorial.
With his sixth birdie of the day on hole 14, Justin Suh moved up for a share of first place with Matsuyama.
Suh is playing in his second Memorial Tournament, previously missing the cut in 2019.
Justin Suh moves up to second place
Justin Suh's success in the second round of the Memorial Tournament has continued.
With three birdies in the front nine, Suh added a birdie on the 11th hole between two pars, totaling 4-under par through 13 holes. Suh, at 6-under par, shares second place with David Lipsky and Patrick Cantlay. Suh is one stroke behind Hideki Matsuyama at 7-under.
How is Collin Morikawa doing at the 2023 Memorial Tournament?
After finishing 1-under par in the first round Thursday, Collin Morikawa has kept that exact score through nine holes of the second round Friday.
Morikawa, the No. 18 golfer in the world according to the Official World Golf Ranking, has one bogey and one birdie along with seven pars.
Morikawa has played in three previous Memorial Tournaments, missing the cut in 2022 after placing second in the 2021 tournament, losing in a playoff to Patrick Cantlay.
Shane Lowry struggling through second round at Memorial
After a promising first round Thursday, Shane Lowry has struggled through the first part the Muirfield Village course Friday.
Through six holes, Lowry has three bogeys and one double-bogey along with a birdie to put him at 1-over par overall. Lowry is now tied for 49th.
How is Jason Day doing in the second round of the 2023 Memorial?
Jason Day, a Westerville resident, is not performing much better than he did in the first round of the Memorial Tournament Thursday.
After finishing 4-over par Thursday, Day is 1-over recording a double-bogey on hole 4 along with a birdie.
Day is currently tied for 81st with Ohio State graduate Bo Hoag and Jason Dufner at 5-over par.
Memorial Tournament projected cut line remains at 3-over par
Midway through the afternoon of the second round of the Memorial Tournament, the projected cut line for Saturday's third round is 3-over par.
Five golfers, including Matt Kuchar and Cameron Young are on the fringe at 3-over par, while 11 golfers, including Mackenzie Hughes, sit at 4-over par.
Wyndham Clark enters top 4 at Memorial Tournament
Wyndham Clark has entered the top 4 in the second round of the Memorial Tournament.
Clark, a 29-year-old American and former Oregon golfer, is 3-under par on nine holes in the second round after posting 2-under par in the first round Thursday.
Clark has one PGA Tour win, taking the Wells Fargo Championship May 7, but missed the cut for the PGA Championship.
Clark is playing in his fourth Memorial. He finished tied for 37th last year after missing the cut in both 2020 and 2021.
How is Matt Wallace doing in the second round of the Memorial Tournament?
After finishing 4-under par Thursday, Matt Wallace has remained consistent on day 2.
Wallace is even through seven holes, keeping his 4-under score. He is tied for sixth with Rory McIlroy and Sepp Straka.
'Full send' for Scottie Scheffler off a tee
After a 2-over par performance in the first round Thursday, Scottie Scheffler seemed to come into Round 2 with some extra juice. Just look at the ball he hit on hole 6 off the tee. How
180 MPH ball speed.
362 yards total.
Full send from Scottie Scheffler 🚀 pic.twitter.com/XmUQwxg43r
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2023
The No. 1 golfer in the world hit the ball off the tee at 180 mph, which carried 316 yards and landed 362 yards away, leading to a birdie to improve on his 1-under in the second round.
Scheffler currently sits tied for 51st at 1-over par.
Matt Kuchar storming back in Round 2 at Memorial
Matt Kuchar had a first round to forget Thursday, finishing 5-over with seven bogeys and a double-bogey. On Friday, Kuchar, the No. 52 golfer in the world, has made a complete turnaround.
Through six holes, Kuchar has four birdies, bringing his score down to 3-over par, which currently would make the cut for the third round of the Memorial Saturday.
Davis Riley struggles in second round of Memorial Tournament
After a double bogey on his fourth hole of the day, Davis Riley's second round at the Memorial did not get much better.
Coming into Friday as the Memorial leader, Riley double-bogeyed the 18th hole, finishing 6-over par in the second round. Overall, Riley sits at 1-over par and tied for 51st.
Rory McIlroy crashes Jordan Spieth's press conference
Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy were together all morning, taking the Muirfield Village golf course for the second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament in the same playing group.
And even after each of their rounds were complete, McIlroy and Spieth could not get away from one another.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2023
McIlroy heads into the third round 4-under par and tied for fourth, while Spieth will be tied for eighth place at 3-under par.
Justin Suh off to a fast start in Memorial Tournament second round
After finishing the fist round 2-under par Thursday, Justin Suh is off to a similarly fast start Friday.
Through six holes, Suh has two birdies and four pars, putting him at 4-under overall and tied for fourth with Rory McIlroy and Matt Wallace, who is even through four holes.
Bo Hoag starts second round, sits outside Memorial cut line
The Ohio State golfer is currently on the outside looking in heading into the second round of the Memorial Tournament.
In the first round Thursday, Bo Hoag finished 4-over par, recording seven bogeys and three birdies.
Xander Schauffele, Hideki Matsuyama post best morning second-round scores during Memorial Tournament
Here's a look at the golfers who scored better than 70 in the second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament.
Hideki Matsuyama: 65
Xander Schauffele: 66
Patrick Cantlay: 67
Rory McIlroy: 68
Gary Woodland: 68
Matt Fitzpatrick: 68
David Lipsky: 69
Sepp Straka: 69
Luke Donald: 69
Tom Hoge: 69
How did Chad Ramey do in the second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament?
Chad Ramey struggled on his final hole of the first round Thursday, posting a 13 on hole 9 — a par 4 — after four penalties.
Chad Ramey finished with a 1️⃣3️⃣ on the par-4 9th...
One of us 😂 pic.twitter.com/07SGZUU91K
— ActionGolfHQ (@ActionGolfHQ) June 1, 2023
Ramey's second-round performance went much more smoothly, posting a 74 — 2-over par — with two birdies and four bogeys. On hole No. 9, the same par 4 he recorded a 13 on Thursday, Ramey scored par.
Which golfers could miss the cut for the third round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament?
Here's a list of notable golfers who are currently projected to miss the third round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament
Mackenzie Hughes: +4, 148
Jason Day: +4 — Afternoon group
Kevin Kisner: +4 — Afternoon group
Bo Hoag: +4 — Afternoon group
Justin Thomas: +6, 150
Scott Stallings: +6, 150
Matt Kuchar: +6 — Afternoon group
Adam Svensson: +7 — Afternoon group
Billy Horschel: +12, 156
What is the Memorial projected cut for the end of the second round?
Midway through the second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament, the projected cut sits at 2-over par. Eleven golfers are tied for 61st at 2-over par, while five are tied at 73rd at 3-over par.
Mark Hubbard, Matt Wallace Jon Rahm headline Memorial Tournament afternoon run
The afternoon run is underway at Muirfeld Village.
Matt Wallace currently sits tied for fourth at 4-under par, while Mark Hubbard (-3), Shane Lowry (-3), Austin Eckroat (-3), Adam Scott (-2) and reigning Masters Tournament champion Jon Rahm (-2) are within striking distance of the lead.
2023 Memorial Tournament leaderboard
With the afternoon group arriving for the second round of the Memorial Tournament, here's a look at the top-10 spots on the leaderboard:
Hideki Matsuyama: -7, 137
David Lipsky: -6, 138
Patrick Cantlay: -6, 138
Sepp Straka: -4, 140
Rory McIlroy: -4, 140
Matt Wallace: -4, 71 — Afternoon group
Lee Hodges: -3, 141
Luke Donald: -3, 141
Jordan Spieth: -3, 141
Adam Hadwin: -3, 69 — Afternoon group
Mark Hubbard: -3, 69 — Afternoon group
Shane Lowry: -3, 69 — Afternoon group
Austin Eckroat: -3, 69 — Afternoon group
Heading into the afternoon run, the cut off for the Memorial sits at 2-over par (74).
Rory McIlroy finishes second round tied for fifth at 2023 Memorial
Rory McIlroy is in fifth place at the end of his second round at the 2023 Memorial Tournament.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2023
McIlroy finished with two birdies and a par on the final three holes of the front nine, leaving at 4-under par. McIlroy is currently tied with Adam Hadwin, who just began his second round, and Matt Wallace, who will begin his second round at 12:48 p.m.
Patrick Cantlay finishes tied for second at end of Memorial second round
Patrick Cantlay is near the top of the leaderboard after his second round at the Memorial Tournament.
Cantlay finished his second run through the Muirfield Village course 5-under par with six birdies and one bogey. He is tied for second with David Lipsky, who finished 3-under par in the second round to secure 6-under heading into the third round Saturday.
Hideki Matsuyama finishes Memorial Tournament second round at 7-under par
Hideki Matsuyama left Muirfield Village golf course Friday as the Memorial's leader
Another for Hideki 🕳️
He's -7 and leads by 1. pic.twitter.com/0u9E8jZwVw
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2023
After connecting on a 2-foot, 4-inch put at hole nine, Matsuyama scored par, leaving the second round 7-under par with a one-stroke advantage on second-place golfers David Lipsky and Patrick Cantlay (-6).
Hideki Matsuyama takes first place at 2023 Memorial Tournament
Hideki Matsuyama's string of birdies continues.
After taking a share of David Lipsky's lead, Matsuyama used a 33-foot putt to take the lead at 7-under par.
Matsuyama began the second round even.
Hideki Matsuyama takes share of first at 2023 Memorial Tournament
Hideki Matsuyama has made it to the top of the Memorial Tournament leaderboard.
Matsuyama, who won the Memorial in 2014, used a birdie to take a share of first place at 6-under par. Matsuyama shares the first place position with David Lipsky, who bogeyed back-to-back holes at 16 and 17.
Hideki Matsuyama records a birdie, takes sole possession of second at Memorial
Hideki Matsuyama is now in second place by himself.
The 31-year-old Japanese golfer birdied the fifth hole, putting him, at 5-under par overall behind David Lipsky, who has the three-stroke advantage after a birdie on hole 15.
Matsuyama finished the first round even despite an eagle on the 15th hole Thursday.
Luke Donald moves into second-place tie with Matt Wallace, Hideki Matsuyama
With a 4-under par performance in the second round of the Memorial, Luke Donald is in second place, sitting at 4-under overall with Hideki Matsuyama and Matt Wallace, who does not tee off until 12:48 p.m.
Donald birdied back-to-back holes in the front nine after six straight pars.
Billy Horschel orders Memorial milkshakes with son
Billy Horschel's 2023 Memorial performance has not gone as expected, sitting tied for 115th place at +10 after winning the tournament in 2022.
But Horschel did have time to get one of the Memorial's famous milkshakes with his son.
— the Memorial (@MemorialGolf) June 2, 2023
Justin Thomas slips on hole 18, falls further from Memorial cut line
After back-to-back birdies on holes 15 and 16, Justin Thomas struggled with his finish on the back nine, recording a double-bogey at the 18th hole to finish the first half of his second round at 5-over par.
Thomas came in as the No. 15 golfer in the world.
David Lipsky remains at top through 12 holes
David Lipsky continues his Memorial Tournament lead through 12 holes.
Recording four birdies on the front nine, Lipsky has five consecutive pars, keeping his two-stroke lead ahead of Patrick Cantlay and Hideki Matsuyama at 6-over.
Rory McIlroy sits at 2-under through eight holes
Rory McIlroy remains in striking distance eight holes into the second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament.
After an even performance Thursday, McIlroy is 2-under part with three birdies and a bogey in the second round. He's tied for 15th with golfers including Davis Riley, who came in as the Memorial leader, and Jon Rahm, whose day starts at 1:05 p.m.
Justin Thomas currently on the outside looking in at 2023 Memorial Tournament
Justin Thomas has not made up ground after his 3-over performance Thursday.
After a first round where he recorded six bogeys and three birdies, Thomas has used two birdies and two bogeys to come out even through his first seven holes of Round 2.
Overall, Thomas remains at 3-over. The cut off line currently sits at +2.
Matt Fitzpatrick moves to 1-under after eagle putt
Matt Fitzpatrick is back in the running at the Memorial Tournament.
After finishing 4-over in the first round Thursday, Fitzpatrick is 5-under through his first six holes Friday, including an eagle at home 15 after a 247-yard shot onto the green from the fairway and hitting a 4-foot putt.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2023
Fitzpatrick sits at 1-under overall and is tied for 26th place.
Multiple golfers at 3-under to start Round 2 at Memorial
Multiple golfers have matched David Lipsky's 3-under run to begin the second round of the Memorial Tournament.
Patrick Cantlay, who is tied for second at 4-under overall, along with Sahith Theegala (+1), Christiaan Bezuidenhout (-2), Matt Fitzpatrick (+1) and Hideki Matsuyama (-3) are each at 3-under in Round 2.
Davis Riley records double-bogey, falls to fourth
Hole 4 proved to be a struggle for Davis Riley.
Holding the lead heading into the second round, Riley followed up three pars in the first three holes with a double bogey, missing a 10-foot putt on bogey to finish +2.
Riley is currently tied for fourth at 3-under par.
How is Jordan Spieth doing in 2023 Memorial Tournament Round 2?
Jordan Spieth is off to a consistent start to begin his second round.
Spieth, who entered the day 3-under par, has three pars and one birdie through his first four holes of the second round. He currently sits tied for third place with Matt Wallace, who doesn't start his day until 12:48.
Stephan Jaeger matches David Lipsky's hot start in Round 2 of Memorial
Finishing even through the first 18 holes Thursday, Stephan Jaeger is on a run to start Friday.
The 33-year-old German and former University of Tennessee-Chattanooga golfer has three birdies through six holes on the back nine, finishing hole 15 with a 3-foot putt. Jaeger joins David Lipsky as the only golfers to be 3-under par to start Friday's round.
Jaeger sits tied for fifth place at 3-under overall.
David Lipsky takes first place at 2023 Memorial
Another birdie makes David Lipsky the new Memorial leader at 6-under.
Lipsky hit a 9-foot, 8-inch putt to secure his third birdie in six holes to take the first-place position from Davis Riley.
David Lipsky moves into first place at Memorial with Davis Riley
David Lipsky already has a share of first place five holes into the second round.
The 34-year-old American out of Northwestern University started Friday with two birdies on his first five holes, securing a share of first place with a 6-foot birdie.
Lipsky has two top-10 finishes in 2022-23.
When does Adam Scott tee off?
After the first round of the Memorial Tournament, Adam Scott finds himself near the front of the pack.
Scott finished the first 18 holes 2-under par with five birdies and an eagle — one of 13 overall in the tournament after the first round — and currently sits tied for 10th.
Scott tees off with Zach Johnson (+1), and Cameron Young (+2) at 1:29 p.m.
Sam Stevens off to hot start in Memorial Tournament Round 2
Sam Stevens is off to a fast start in the second day of the Memorial Tournament.
The 26-year-old American and former Oklahoma State golfer has birdied two of his first five holes, sitting 2-under par and tied for 10th with golfers including Jon Rahm, whose day doesn't begin until 1:05 p.m. and Patrick Cantlay.
When does Matt Wallace tee off?
Matt Wallace finished the first round near the top of the Memorial leaderboard.
The 33-year-old English golfer finished Thursday 4-under par and is currently tied with David Lipsky for second place in the tournament.
Wallace will not take the course in Dublin until 12:48 p.m. on the first tee.
Davis Riley begins second day at 2023 Memorial Tournament
Davis Riley returns to Muirfield Village Golf Club Friday morning at the top of the leaderboard.
After the first round Thursday, the 26-year-old American and former Alabama golfer finished the first round with six birdies, ending his day with three birdies on his final four holes. He leads the field at 5-under par.
Rory McIlroy birdies first hole of Round 2
Rory McIlroy started his second round Friday with a birdie, sinking a 6-foot putt on hole 10 to put himself 1-under par overall.
Billy Horschel begins Round 2 with a birdie
Billy Horschel's second day at the Memorial is off to a good start.
After hitting his first shot 293 yards into a fairway bunker, Horschel hit it out 158 yards, landing the ball on the green and setting up nearly a 7-foot putt to secure birdie.
Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth return to Muirfield Village for Round 2
Rory McIlroy returns to Muirfield Village Friday morning looking to turn his momentum after his final hole Thursday.
Coming into the final hole 3-under par, McIlroy triple-bogeyed, moving him back to even after 18 holes.
Spieth will join McIlroy Friday morning, coming into the second round 3-under par after four birdies in Round 1. Tyrell Hatton (-1) is also in Spieth and McIlroy's group.
Billy Horschel begins his second day at the Memorial Tournament after struggling Round 1
Billy Horschel is hoping for a better performance in the second day of the Memorial Tournament than his first.
The reigning Memorial champion finished Thursday at 12-over par, ranking him 118th out of 119 golfers.
“Yeah, I mean it’s tough right now,” he said. “I mean, I’m working really hard, trying to do the right things.
“My confidence is the lowest it’s been my entire career; I think ever in my entire golf life.”
Horschel takes the course along with two-time Memorial winner Patrick Cantlay (-1) and Hideki Matsuyama (E).
Sam Stevens starts Memorial Round 2 under par
After finishing the first round even, Sam Stevens is off to a strong start in Round 2.
After a 308-yard tee shot, Stevens hit a nearly 9-foot long putt to secure the bogey, moving him to 1-under overall and into a tie for 17th.
Memorial Tournament Round 2 has begun: Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Lee Hodges, Sam Stevens to start
The second round of the 2023 Memorial has officially begun.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout (+1), Lee Hodges (E) and Sam Stevens (E) will begin their second day at the Muirfield Village Golf Club at 7 a.m.
Hodges and Stevens are tied for 33rd, while Bezuidenhout is tied for 48th place.
Who is the 2023 Memorial Tournament betting favorite after Round 1?
While Davis Riley comes into the second round of the Memorial as the tournament’s leader, he is not the favorite to leave as its champion.
Jon Rahm, the reigning Masters Tournament winner and former Memorial champion, is the betting favorite to win the 2023 Memorial according to DraftKings Sportsbook at +450. Patrick Cantlay (+850) is the only other golfer with better than +1000 odds.
Rahm (-190), Cantlay (-115), Jordan Spieth (+100), Viktor Hovland (+150), Shane Lowry (+150), Tyrrell Hatton (+150), Rory McIlroy(+150), Sungjae Im (+165), Scottie Scheffler (+165) and Collin Morikawa (+165) have better than +200 odds to finish in the top 10.
Riley has +2200 odds to win the Memorial Tournament and +230 odds to finish in the top 10.
2023 Memorial Tournament weather update
After temperatures approached 90 with what Davis Riley called a “swirly” wind in the trees in the first round, weather conditions are expected to continue similarly in the second round Friday.
According to the National Weather Service, the high Friday will be 91 degrees with a northeast wind between 3 and 8 miles per hour.
2023 Memorial Tournament first round leaderboard
Here’s a look at who is at the top of the leaderboard at the end of the first round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament.
1 Davis Riley: -5
2 Matt Wallace: -4
T3 Danny Willett: -3
T3 Adam Hadwin: -3
T3 Mark Hubbard: -3
T3 Shane Lowry: -3
T3 David Lipsky: -3
T3 Jordan Spieth: -3
T10 Patrick Rodgers: -2
T10 Justin Suh: -2
T10 Wyndham Clark: -2
T10 Seamus Power: -2
T10 Jon Rahm: -2
T10 Adam Scott: -2
T10 Sungjae Im: -2
Memorial Tournament tee times: 2023 second round
Here are the tee times for the second round of the Memorial Tournament Friday.
Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Lee Hodges, Sam Stevens
David Lipsky, Ben Griffin, S.H. Kim
Adam Long, William McGirt, K.J. Choi
Mackenzie Hughes, Chad Ramey, Joel Dahmen
Nico Echavarria, Trey Mullinax, Francesco Mollinari
Chez Reavie, J.T. Poston, Sepp Straka
Davis Riley, Lucas Herbert, Brandt Snedeker
Chris Kirk, Tom Hoge, Scott Stallings
Kevin Streelman, Adam Schenk, Sam Ryder
Kazuki Higa, Thriston Lawrence, David Michelluzzi
Danny Willett, Peter Malnati, Robby Shelton
Adam Hadwin, Taylor Montgomery
Troy Merritt, Brandon Wu, Ben Taylor
Harris English, Garrick Higgo, Brendon Todd
Matt Wallace, Seamus Power, Cam Davis
Russell Henley, Lanto Griffin, Matt Kuchar
Kevin Kisner, Lucas Glover, Brian Harman
J.J. Spaun, Luke List, Stewart Clink
Jason Dufner, Mark Hubbard, Hayden Buckley
Austin Eckroat, Bo Hoag, Chris Gotterup
Will Gordon, Eric Cole, Ryan Fox
David Lingmeth, Alex Noren, Matt NeSmith
Luke Donald, Stephan Jaeger, Thomas Detry
Patrick Cantlay, Billy Horschel, Hideki Matsuyama
Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Tyrrell Hatton
Matt Fitzpatrick, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas
Adam Svensson, K.H. Lee, Gary Woodland
Corey Conners, Keegan Bradley, Sahith Theegala
Andrew Putnam, Alex Smalley, Justin Lower
MJ Daffue, Nicolai Hojgaard, Aldrich Potgiester (a)
Beau Hossler, Taylor Pendrith, Davis Thompson
Patrick Rodgers, Byesong Hun An, Denny McCarthy
Keith Mitchell, Joseph Bramlett, Justin Suh
Wyndham Clark, Kurt Kitayama, Tom KIm
Emilliano Grillo, Scottie Scheffler, Viktor Hovland
Jason Day, Jon Rahm, Collin Morikawa
Sam Burns, Si Woo Kim, Rickie Fowler
Adam Scott, Zach Johnson, Cameron Young
Nick Hardy, Sungjae Im, Shane Lowry
Aaron Rai, Akshay Bhatia, Sam Bennett
When do gates open for the second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament?
Gates open for the second round of the 2023 Memorial Tournament at 6:30 a.m. Friday at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
How to watch Memorial Tournament second 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 second round of the Memorial Tournament Friday.
Golf Channel: Live second round coverage, 2-6 p.m.
Golf Channel Replay: 9 p.m.-1 a.m.
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