2013 Memorial Tournament: Leaderboard live coverage, tee times schedule

2013 Memorial Tournament: Leaderboard live coverage, tee times schedule

Dublin : OH : USA | May 30, 2013 at 2:46 AM PDT
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Memorial Tournament round 1

The 2013 Memorial PGA Tour golf tournament leaderboard live coverage are all set today at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. Founded by Jack Nicklaus, the tournament features 120 players including some best golfers in the world.

World's No.1, Tiger Woods will enter this tournament as invisible having won it five times in the past including he's latest in 2012 Memorial Tournament. The way he's been playing lately, Tiger is the oddsmakers favorite pick after winning The Players Tournament three weeks ago, his fourth title this year.

Tiger tees-off on round 1 Thursday at 1:16pm ET along with Keegan Bradley and Fred Couples. Friday tee-off schedule of the group is 8:26 am.

World's No.2 Rory McIlroy is still looking for the elusive win this year since he has struggled in recent tournaments, including missing the cut last week in the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth. Tee-time schedule at 8:26am will be for McIlroy group along with Bubba Watson and Justin Rose. Tee-off schedule on Friday is at 1:16 pm.

Australians Jason Day and Matt Jones along with Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts will kickoff the first round at 7:20am ET. Friday second round tee-off is 12:10pm.

Matt Kuchar, the runner-up at Colonial last week will tee-off at 1:05 pm along with Webb Simpson and Hunter Mahan. Their scheduled tee-time on Friday is at 8:15 am.

China's teen golf sensation Tianlang Guan, Justin Bolli and Peter Williamson will tee off today at 1:49 pm. Friday round 2 is at 8:59am.

The 2013 Master's winner Adam Scott along with Ernie Els and Charl Schwartzel will tee-off at 8:15 am. The following day tee time is at 1:05 pm.

The Memorial Tournament Tee Times and TV Schedule is the following

Thursday: Golf Channel 2:30-6:30 p.m. ET

Friday: Golf Channel 2:30-6:30 p.m. ET

Saturday: Golf Channel 12:30-2:30 p.m. ET, CBS 3-6 p.m. ET

Sunday: Golf Channel 12-2 p.m. ET, CBS 2:30-6 p.m. ET

Aside from TV schedule, part of the Memorial Tournament live coverage, you can follow all the action live online video channels this week at LIVE, Featured Group, ShotLink, CBS Sports simulcast, GOLF Channel simulcast

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Memorial Tournament round 1 recap credit PGA Tour Youtube Channel
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