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Six-way tie for the lead at Muirfield Village
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Memorial Tournament 2022 R1

June 02-05
Muirfield Village Golf Club, Dublin, Ohio
Round 2, Round 3, Round 4

Estimated reading time: 5 minutes

Australian Cameron Smith is once again at the top of the leaderboard after finishing the opening round with a 5-under 67 on Thursday.

Memorial Tournament 2022 R1

"A little bit of a grind," said Smith of his round. "Had to make a few good pars on that last nine for me, the front nine. It was just good to kind of hang in there, make a few birdies, see a few putts going in. I think this is about as easy as this place is going to get today. I think it's going to be a lot of stressful golf and a lot of grinding over the weekend. Nice to kind of take the box there early in the week.

"Usually takes us two or three holes to kind of figure out what's going on. The greens around here are about as good as it gets. You know they're going to be consistent. Just really need to hit fairways, being able to control the ball into the greens. The rough was quite sticky today. So off the fairways the course was giving up a few shots, I think, but just great."

Memorial Tournament 2022 R1

Joining him at the top are Americans Cameron Young, Luke List and Davis Riley, Canadian Mackenzie Hughes and South Korean K.H. Lee.

"I got off to a really nice start," said Young. "I kind of scrambled my way to a pole around 11 and made a really nice putt on 12 and 13, and then the eagle [at the par-5 15th] was obviously a nice little bonus in the middle.

"I just hit a bunch of good shots early and made kind of the crucial little saves to kind of keep that momentum going with some pars."

Memorial Tournament 2022 R1

Tied in seventh place at 4-under are Americans Will Zalatoris, Denny McCarthy, Sahith Theegala and Wyndham Clark.

Defending champion Patrick Cantlay of the USA made just two birdies and two bogeys for a 72 and is T48.

American Bryson DeChambeau, playing for the first time since the Masters after having surgery on his left hand, shot a 76 and is T96, as is compatriot Patrick Reed.

Japan's Hideki Matsuyama has been disqualified for a non-conforming club (rule 4.1a).

Memorial Tournament 2022 R1

Pos.PlayerTo ParR1
T1Cameron Young-567
T1Luke List-567
T1Cameron Smith-567
T1K.H. Lee-567
T1Mackenzie Hughes-567
T1Davis Riley-567
T7Will Zalatoris-468
T7Denny McCarthy-468
T7Sahith Theegala-468
T7Wyndham Clark-468
T11Jhonattan Vegas-369
T11William McGirt-369
T11Abraham Ancer-369
T11Max Homa-369
T11Joel Dahmen-369
T11Keegan Bradley-369
T11Matthew NeSmith-369
T11Shane Lowry-369
T11Corey Conners-369
T11Brendan Steele-369
T21Jordan Spieth-270
T21Adam Scott-270
T21Daniel Berger-270
T21Luke Donald-270
T21Lucas Herbert-270
T21Rickie Fowler-270
T21Billy Horschel-270
T21Keith Mitchell-270
T21Aaron Wise-270
T21Xander Schauffele-270
T21Rory McIlroy-270
T21Sungjae Im-270
T21Matt Kuchar-270
T34Charles Howell III-171
T34Sepp Straka-171
T34Joaquin Niemann-171
T34Collin Morikawa-171
T34Francesco Molinari-171
T34Jason Day-171
T34Robert Streb-171
T34Emiliano Grillo-171
T34Viktor Hovland-171
T34Cam Davis-171
T34Carlos Ortiz-171
T34Stewart Cink-171
T34David Lipsky-171
T34Brandon Wu-171
T48Andrew PutnamPar72
T48Pat PerezPar72
T48Martin LairdPar72
T48Seamus PowerPar72
T48Patrick CantlayPar72
T48Cameron ChampPar72
T48Adam SvenssonPar72
T48Beau HosslerPar72
T48Jon RahmPar72
T48Brandt SnedekerPar72
T48Si Woo KimPar72
T59Danny Lee+173
T59Patrick Rodgers+173
T59Camilo Villegas+173
T59Troy Merritt+173
T59Tom Hoge+173
T59Chan Kim+173
T59Mito Pereira+173
T59Jason Dufner+173
T59Sam Ryder+173
T59Cameron Tringale+173
T59Gary Woodland+173
T59Brian Harman+173
T71Aaron Rai+274
T71Ryan Moore+274
T71Anirban Lahiri+274
T71Adam Schenk+274
T71Alex Smalley+274
T71Marc Leishman+274
T71Peter Malnati+274
T71Rafa Cabrera Bello+274
T71Matt Fitzpatrick+274
T71Lanto Griffin+274
T71Charley Hoffman+274
T71David Lingmerth+274
T71Justin Lower+274
T84Kramer Hickok+375
T84Matthew Wolff+375
T84Lucas Glover+375
T84Matt Jones+375
T84Nate Lashley+375
T84James Piot+375
T84Taylor Moore+375
T84Garrick Higgo+375
T84Erik van Rooyen+375
T84Chris Kirk+375
T84Alex Noren+375
T84Kurt Kitayama+375
T96Scott Stallings+476
T96Adam Hadwin+476
T96Bo Hoag+476
T96Bryson DeChambeau+476
T96Adam Long+476
T96Patrick Reed+476
T96Hudson Swafford+476
T96C.T. Pan+476
T96Danny Willett+476
T96Jediah Morgan+476
T106Brandon Hagy+577
T106Harris English+577
T106John Pak+577
T106Min Woo Lee+577
T106Doug Ghim+577
T106Kevin Streelman+577
T112Patton Kizzire+678
T112J.T. Poston+678
T112Curtis Luck+678
115Ryan Brehm+779
T116Nick Watney+981
T116Russell Knox+981
T116Ryan Palmer+981
WDChad Ramey76
DQHideki Matsuyama39
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