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Memorial Tournament Tickets

What better way to celebrate our veterans than with some professional golf at the Memorial Tournament? This PGA Tour competition is hosted by Nationwide Insurance and is a highly exclusive event - only the top 75 players who won money in the prior year's competition are guaranteed invitations. Get your Memorial Golf Tournament tickets today and secure your spot among the spectators.

Founded by acclaimed golfer Jack "The Golden Bear" Nicklaus, the Memorial Tournament is held at the Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. The golf competition's name reflects the fact that it was dedicated on Memorial Day, 1974, the same day that Nicklaus beat Tom Weiskopf in an exhibition match. Other past winners include Matt Kuchar, Steve Stricker and Ernie Els, and Tiger Woods took first place on five different occasions.

The course is known for being long and difficult to master - it lies on 220 acres, including an 11-acre driving range, and it's undergone several alterations to increase its complexity since opening. Its high level of difficulty is precisely why it's the first stop on the PGA Tour and a favorite among golf fans and professional players. Don't miss out on the fun; buy your Memorial Golf Tournament tickets now!