The Memorial Tournament is an annual, invitation-only golf tournament on the PGA Tour that takes place in Dublin, Ohio. In this Memorial betting guide, we'll list all the top betting sites for this event, as well as the latest odds, predictions and tips!

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    The Memorial Tournament is one of 5 invitational tournaments on the PGA Tour, which means it has a smaller field of 120 players. Invitationals are not required to fill their fields using the PGA Tour Priority Ranking System. This way, the organisers can effectively choose through a unique criterion who will take part in their tournament. Whereas most PGA events will start with a field of 156, invitationals have smaller fields of between 120 and 132. The other four tournaments with invitational status are the Arnold Palmer Invitational, the RBC Heritage, the Charles Schwab Challenge and the Genesis Open.

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    The tournament runs from Thursday through Sunday, with 18 holes played each day. The field is cut after two days, where those doing poorly are dismissed and those doing well continue on to the final two days of play. At the end of the Sunday, the golfer with the lowest under-par score is crowned winner, unless the tourney ends in a tie. In this case, a three-hole play-off ensues in order to break the deadlock.

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    As well as prize money of £1.675 million, the winner of the Memorial has, since 2014, received a three-year exemption instead of two years as part of his reward. This extra year is one greater than regular PGA events and the same amount as the World Golf Championships, the Tour Championship and the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

The provisional dates for the 2023 Memorial Tournament are 29th May – 4th June. As ever, it will take place at the par-72 Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.

Memorial Tournament Betting Odds 2023

The latest odds for the 2023 edition of the tournament will be added here closer to the starting date.

Memorial Tournament Betting Tips & Predictions 2023

Our expert tips and predictions will be published here once the commencement of the event draws closer.

Memorial Tournament Betting Promotions 2023

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    When new customers at Coral make their first £5 wager, they will be rewarded with £20 worth of free bets.

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    Paddy Power has a free £20, which is another cracking bonus that customers can enjoy on PGA golf.

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    The Memorial is one of only five invitational tournaments on the PGA Tour.

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    The legendary Jack Nicklaus designed the course here.

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    The prize pool is worth more than £9 million.

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    It provides good pointers for the US Open, next up on the PGA Tour.

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    A lot of the world’s finest golfers will be playing.

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    Ladbrokes

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    Betfred

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    bet365

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    Unibet

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Golf is one of the truly great betting sports, and the Memorial Tournament is no different. With its huge fields and structure of play, a vast number of different bet types are generated for lucky punters such as yourself to take advantage of. Below, we have listed and explained some of the most popular betting markets for golf, and more specifically, the Memorial Tournament.

Outright Betting

An outright bet is nice and simple and comes without any complicating clauses. These bets are easy to understand because they require nothing more from bettors than to pick a potential winner and to put some money behind their predictions. To get a winning payout, all that needs to happen is for your pick to come out of the tourney as the champion. If this happens, you will make a profit paid out according to the odds you accepted when you placed the bet.

Best Memorial Tournament betting site for outrights: Coral

First Round Three-Ball Betting

With three-ball betting, punters place their wagers on which player in a three-player group will post the lowest par during the first round. You can also make the same bet in the second round of a tournament. Remember though: these bets are based on the outcome of a single 18-hole round, meaning that how well your selection fares over the rest of the tourney is irrelevant. The only thing that matters is that they shoot a better score than the players that they have been grouped with for the three-ball betting market.

Best Memorial Tournament betting site for three-ball betting: Betfred

First Round Leader Betting

Another bet you can place on the first round is a first-round leader bet. This market is straightforward, and really only requires that your selection has a great first day and tops the leaderboard by the close of play on Thursday’s session. For this bet, it is worth looking into players that are known to come firing out of the blocks in tournaments such as this. If they fade after day one, so be it – your bet is closed by then. This bet can also be placed each-way.

Best Memorial Tournament betting site for First Round Leader: BoyleSports

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Make or Miss The Cut Betting

A cut is enforced in tournaments to thin the field and trim down the numbers after two days' play. Players that fall short of this are removed from the tournament while the others continue. Making or missing out on the cut is the first hurdle that golfers need to clear on their way to winning a tournament such as the Memorial. Naturally, this also opens another betting opportunity where we can bet on players making or missing the cut.

Best Memorial Tournament betting site for Make or Miss the Cut: FansBet

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    Dublin (not the Irish capital, but a suburb of Columbus, Ohio) plays home to the Memorial Tournament, an annual PGA Tour event held at the Muirfield Village Golf Club. It was here that, in 1967, golf legend Jack Nicklaus began to purchase land with the intention of opening a golf course. For various financial and weather-based reasons, the course was not ready for use until in 1972, when it was christened the Muirfield Village Golf Club.

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    By May 1976, the first-ever PGA Tour event was staged at the course and named the Memorial Tournament, the reason being that each event honours a different golfer based on the career contributions that they made to the game of golf. Originally only honouring the men, as of 2002, the tournament began to honour both a male and a female golfer each year. In 2020, the tournament was played without fans in attendance due to concerns surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.

Recent Memorial Tournament Winners

YearChampionCountry
2022Billy HorschelUnited States
2021Patrick CantlayUnited States
2020Jon RahmSpain
2019Patrick CantlayUnited States
2018Bryson DeChambeauUnited States
2017Jason DufnerUnited States
2016William McGirtUnited States
2015David LingmerthSweden
2014Hideki MatsuyamaJapan
2013Matt KucharUnited States
2012Tiger WoodsUnited States

The Memorial Tournament Key Stats

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    With five wins, Tiger Woods has won this event more than any other golfer.

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    At 22 years, Hideki Matsuyama became the youngest ever winner at the Memorial Tournament in 2014.

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    In contrast, Kenny Perry was 47 when he won the event in 2008, making him the oldest ever winner.

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    In 2001, the first of a record three consecutive wins for Tiger Woods, Woods won by 7: a tournament record winning margin.

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    The most recent multi time winner is Patrick Cantlay, who won his second event in 2021.

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    Woods won by seven strokes in 2001, which is a tournament record.

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    23rd – 26th June 2022, Travelers Championship: Played at the River Highlands each June, this summertime PGA event is one of the tour’s most popular.

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    14th – 17th July 2022, The Open Championship: Another of golf’s four majors, this one is the only to take place outside the USA.

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    17th – 20th November 2022, RSM Classic: One of the most prominent autumn events in the PGA Tour

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    15th – 18th June 2023, US Open: This is one of golf’s four majors and takes place one week after the Memorial.

As an invitational, the Memorial Tournament has a slightly smaller field than other events due to qualifying criteria, which in many ways makes things even more fun. Over the years, this PGA event has developed into one of the most well-regarded and eagerly anticipated on the tour, making for some exciting betting opportunities!

The best betting sites for betting on the Memorial are Paddy Power and bet365.

As the holder of PGA broadcasting rights in the UK, Sky Sports usually televises the Memorial Tournament live from Ohio.

The Memorial Tournament takes place each year in late May, early June.

The Memorial Tournament takes place annually at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Columbus, Ohio.

The course par here is 72.

The purse money at this event is $9.3 million.

Yes, you can bet on there being a hole-in-one during this tourney, but even our Memorial golf tournament betting tips cannot count on this actually happening!

WRITTEN BY James Cormack View all posts by James Cormack

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