Memorial Golf Tournament Tickets
Memorial Golf Tournament Ticket Information
The invitation-only Memorial Golf Tournament hosts the top 75 players on the previous year's money list, assuring top-tier competition at the annual event. And with the dream of having a plaque installed in the clubhouse, players are always inspired to play their best game. Legends of the sport like Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Tiger Woods, and Ernie Els have claimed victories at Muirfield Village Golf Course, and now you can witness the next champ etch his name in the history books. Here’s the way to get your Memorial Tournament tickets from Vivid Seats:
- Familiarize yourself with the Memorial Tournament schedule above and decide which dates you want to attend. We offer ticket options like single-day or weekly passes, and you can even purchase practice round tickets. Just click the tickets link view our marketplace.
- Break down your Memorial Tournament ticket quickly with the help of our convenient tools like the seating quantity filter and the price range bar. In conjunction, these tools help you find tickets for the right price in no time. And if you look out for small notes and icons, you can purchase based on your preferred shipping methods.
- Buy your Memorial Tournament tickets clicking “Buy” and logging into Vivid Seats. You’ll need to provide your billing and shipping details, and once the order is confirmed complete, we’ll prepare your Memorial tickets for fast shipping.
Memorial Golf Tournament News
Memorial Golf Tournament 2014 to Return to Ohio from May 26-June 1
One year removed from capturing his first win at the Memorial Golf Tournament, Matt Kuchar will look to make it two straight at the annual event’s 2014 installment. The familiar home of Muirfield Village Country Club in Dublin, Ohio, is set to reprise its role as host for the tournament, scheduled to run from May 26-June 1. Since the Memorial Tournament’s inception in 1976, only Tiger Woods has captured victories in consecutive fashion, having won three straight from 1999-2001, and he also owns the record with five in all (2009, 2012). Even the tournament’s founder, the legendary Jack Nicklaus, only prevailed on two occasions, in 1977 and 1984.
Woods’ absence since undergoing needed back surgery has left the coveted No. 1 world ranking wide open for several next weeks now. Ahead of the Memorial, a handful of potential candidates could potentially make the jump with a win or solid finish including No. 2 Adam Scott, No. 3 Henrik Stenson, No. 4 and reigning Masters champ, Bubba Watson, and No. 5 Kuchar. The top spot would be a first for all four, while of the group; only Kuchar has won at the Memorial Tournament.