Golf is Hard at Muirfield Village Golf Club


Home to the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide since 1976 along with the 2013 Presidents Cup, Muirfield Village is one of the most celebrated Jack Nicklaus-designed golf courses in the world and has presented challenges to many players over the years.

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The Workday Charity Open will be the first of back-to-back events at Muirfield Village Golf Club and will feature three of the top five players in the world – Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas and Brooks Koepka. Defending Memorial Tournament champion Patrick Cantlay returns while Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson, Xander Schauffele, Jordan Spieth, Patrick Reed and Rickie Fowler join a stellar field. Bryson DeChambeau takes his first week off since the TOUR’s Return to Golf.

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20 thoughts on “Golf is Hard at Muirfield Village Golf Club

  1. When you have purses in excess of $5 mill you think they’re just gonna give you the fkn money?🤦‍♂️

  2. No actually it isn't hard at Muirfield. I caddied there, played it during college, Columbus District Open's etc and fairways are wide, greens are immaculate. It just isn't a terribly hard test of golf. It is a beautiful course though for sure.

  3. Needed this… 2 weeks ago I played birdie about 5 pars…I was so happy then last weekend par once… Ugh… Glad to know it could have been worse 😂 fingers crossed for Sunday

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