PGA Stats - Season Long
Course: Muirfield Village Golf Club
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Matt Fitzpatrick started slow at the Memorial Tournament but finished 68-70-72 to record a top-10 finish at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
The Englishman was two shots worse than the field average on Thursday but didn't hang his head. He battled back and then some, gaining 8.2 over the field by week's end. Driving was the key weapon as he ranked 9th in strokes gained off-the-tee. Fitzpatrick continues his boom-or-bust relationship with Muirfield Village as he now sports a T9 and solo third finish while landing outside of the top 65 in his other three starts at the Memorial. Fitzpatrick will look to maintain momentum next week in Canada.
Added Yesterday 10:16 pm (EST)
Adam Scott steadied a 1-under 71 during round four of the Memorial Tournament, reaching 2-under 286 for the week to land a slice of ninth place on the final leaderboard.
The Aussie had Steve Williams on his bag this week and the duo scraped together a top-10 finish without any sub-70 rounds. Scott has been driving it very well recently and continued that trend, ranking 4th for the week in strokes gained off-the-tee. From there, he lost 2.7 strokes on approach but saved some strokes with the flat stick (+5.8 SG:Putting). Scott has now been T15 or better after 11 of his last 16 rounds played. He's finding his groove again and gamers should keep tagging along until he shows any signs of slowing down.
Added Yesterday 9:58 pm (EST)
Andrew Putnam roared up 18 spots on the Sunday leaderboard at this week's Memorial Tournament, twirling a 2-under 70 to share a slice of fifth place at week's end.
Putnam was T12 or better after each of the first three rounds last week at Colonial Country Club. He faded on Sunday to settle for T29 but reversed that script at Jack's place. He was hovering just inside of the top 25 all week and then climbed from 23rd to fifth on Sunday. It was a balanced attack that got the job done as he finished 22nd or better in all four of the sub-categories of strokes gained. Putnam has a mid-tourney WD at the Wells Fargo Championship followed by a missed cut at the PGA Championship but didn't let that turn into a slump and now his game is trending ahead of the summer schedule.
Added Yesterday 9:49 pm (EST)
Overnight co-leader Si Woo Kim carded a 1-over 73 in the final round of the Memorial Tournament, dropping to fourth place on the final leaderboard.
Playing alongside Rory McIlroy in the final group, Kim carded six birdies today which tied for the most in the field today. He had one too many big numbers, though, when all was said and done. Kim swallowed three double bogeys this week If he could erase just one of those and replaced it with a par he would have found himself in a three-man playoff. Instead, he'll settle for his fourth straight top 20 at the Memorial. The Korean ended the week ranked 2nd in strokes gained tee-to-green but 52nd in putting. Kim now has 16 career top-fives on his PGA TOUR resume.
Added Yesterday 7:32 pm (EST)
Jordan Spieth steadied a 1-under 71 in round four of the Memorial Tournament, climbing to 4-under 284 which puts him in a share of fifth place on the final leaderboard.
Spieth arrived with some question marks with his health as he's struggled in recent weeks while overcoming a wrist injury. We can dismiss the injury concerns after his tee-to-green clinic at Muirfield Village this week. He pelted 41 fairways (2nd) en route to 41 GIR (T19). He gained 10.3 strokes tee-to-green at week's end which ranked fourth in the field. This was Spieth's eighth career top 20 at Jack's place. He will have a week to rest before taking on LACC for the U.S. Open.
Added Yesterday 7:04 pm (EST)
Denny McCarthy signed a 2-under 70 on Sunday at the Memorial Tournament, playing his way into a playoff which resulted in a runner-up finish after failing to save par on the first playoff hole.
McCarthy's known for his putting skills and they certainly showed up on Sunday as gained 3.5 strokes putting in round four. He splashed home four putts from outside of 10 feet including a 22'2" birdie at the second. McCarthy ended the week ranked first in strokes gained putting (+11.3). This wasn't his first taste of success at Jack's place as he landed a T5 finish here last year. This will go in the books as his new personal-best finish on the PGA TOUR. He remains on the hunt for his breakout win and three of his five career top 5s have been accomplished with single-digit scores so his win is more likely to come on a tough track, if those trends are telling the right story. "I like hard golf courses. I like championship golf. Like I said, I'm a very fierce competitor, so when the lights are the brightest and everyone's watching these elevated events and major golf championships, I love that."
Added Yesterday 6:57 pm (EST)
Overnight co-leader Rory McIlroy penciled a 3-over 75 on Sunday at the Memorial Tournament, dropping to seventh place on the final leaderboard.
The Nothern Irishman looked like the man to beat when scores were turned in on Saturday night but "unforced errors" left him outside of the top five when all was said and done. He missed a few opportunities with his wedges and also lost 2.2 strokes putting. "I hit a couple of loose shots on the back nine that at least I know where they're coming from, which is good, but it's probably -- it's a step in the right direction. I feel a little better about everything compared to where I was a couple weeks ago at Oak Hill. So it's obviously not the result that I wanted today, but I feel like there was a few more positives than there was a couple weeks ago." He said he felt very uncomfortable at the PGA Championship but has found more confidence ahead of his attempted threepeat at next week's RBC Canadian Open.
Added Yesterday 6:44 pm (EST)
Viktor Hovland scraped together a 2-under 70 on Sunday at the Memorial Tournament, reaching 7-under 281 to find himself in a two-man playoff with Denny McCarthy. Hovland walked away a winner after one hole of that playoff.
Hovland started his day just one shot off the lead and traded three birdies with three bogeys over the first 14 holes. A scuffed chip was particularly painful at the par-3 12th but he kept churning along and landed two birdies in the final four holes to apply the pressure to Denny McCarthy down the stretch. Hovland needed just one hole in the playoff to finish the deal and is now a four-time PGA TOUR winner. This was his first in the continental United States. Hovland will bring a full tank of momentum into the U.S. Open in two weeks. In addition to this recent form, he's posted top 10s in each of the last three majors.
Added Yesterday 6:35 pm (EST)