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2024 US Open leaderboard, scores, highlights: Rory McIlroy tied for lead after first round

The 2024 U.S. Open began Thursday at Pinehurst Resort's No. 2 course in North Carolina.

Temperatures are expected to get into the 90s this weekend at golf's third major of the year and the competition should be just as hot.

Rory McIlroy and Patrick Cantlay are the co-leaders after the opening round, each shooting a 5-under 65. McIlroy, a four-time major champ, played bogey-free golf and carded five birdies while Cantlay had six birdies and one bogey. Trailing the pair is Ludvig Aberg (4 under) and then Matthieu Pavon and Bryson DeChambeau at 3 under.

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Rory McIlroy 'delighted' with bogey-free opening round

Rory McIlroy said he had “very high” control through the first round. 

“I felt like I controlled most aspects of my game really well. Controlled myself, controlled my mind,” he said after shooting a 5-under 65 for the co-lead on Thursday. “I was very disciplined when I needed to be. Kept hitting the ball pin-high on my approach shot, which is really important here. Just relentless trying to hit fairways and trying to hit greens.”  

McIlroy said he’s “delighted with the start” and “looking forward to getting back out there in the morning.” The last time McIlroy shot a bogey-free opening round at the U.S. Open was in 2011, when he won the major title. 

Bryson DeChambeau 'confident' after tweaking drive 

Bryson DeChambeau said he felt “really confident” on Thursday after tweaking his swing. It paid off — DeChambeau only missed two fairways in the opening round. 

“Every hole, I was striping it,” DeChambeau said after finishing 3 under on the day. “I’ve been working on some stuff on the driving range and it's been working amazing. I’m very lucky.”

As for the tweak? “I made a little tweak with my left arm, which allowed my face angle to just go through a lot better,” DeChambeau, the 2020 U.S. Open winner, said. 

Bryson DeChambeau tied for fourth after opening round 

Bryson DeChambeau won his first and only major title at the 2020 U.S. Open and he’s put himself in prime position to win the tournament again. DeChambeau finished his opening round at Pinehurst Resort's No. 2 course in North Carolina at 3 under after posting four birdies and one bogey. DeChambeau, who joined LIV Golf in 2022, is tied for fourth place with Matthieu Pavon.

Scottie Scheffler finishes uneven day 1 over

Scottie Scheffler will have some ground to make up on Friday. The World No. 1 finished the first round of the 2024 U.S. Open at 1 over on Thursday after hitting three bogeys and two birdies. Although he’s tied for 40th place, Scheffler is only six strokes off the lead. Scheffler, the 2024 Masters champion, is looking for his first title at the U.S. Open. His best finish at the tournament was eighth place in 2021. 

Bryson DeChambeau cards first bogey

Bryson DeChambeau’s bogey-free streak in the opening round of the U.S. Open has ended. DeChambeau overshot the green on his second stroke on hole No. 7 (436-yard, Par 4) and the ball rolled all the way over to the spectator stands erected behind the marker. He rebounded nicely and nearly birdied on his chip shot. He had the opportunity to save par with his putter, but the ball came up short of the hole. He dropped to 3 under in the opening round following his first bogey of the day.   

Rory McIlroy finishes first round with flourish to move into tie for first

McIlroy drilled a birdie putt on the par-4 18th to finish his round tied with Patrick Cantlay atop the leaderboard at 5 under. The four-time major champ played bogey-free golf and carded five birdies.

Rory McIlroy remains bogey-free, tied for second 

It’s been 10 years since Rory McIlroy won his last major — PGA Championship in 2014 — but he’s putting himself in a position to end his title drought. McIlroy moved up to second place with a birdie on No. 16 (523 yards, Par-4) to bring him to 4-unde, tied with Bryson DeChambeau and Ludvig Aberg. McIlroy has been dialed in at Pinehurst Resort's No. 2 course on Thursday and has picked up four birdies with no bogeys so far. The last three times McIlroy has had a bogey-free opening round, he’s went on to win a major (2011 U.S. Open, 2012 PGA Championship and 2014 Open Championship).

Bryson DeChambeau nearly hits ball out of bounds, but still birdies 

DeChambeau made the best out of a tricky situation. He teed off on hole No. 5 (par 5, 582 yards) and nearly drove it out of bounds, landing to the right of the fairway near the perimeter fence. But DeChambeau found the green on his next stroke and two-putted the ball in for a birdie, his fourth of the first round. With the birdie, DeChambeau moves to 4-under for the tournament and is now tied with Ludvig Aberg for second place. 

Xander Schauffele picks up fourth bogey 

Xander Schauffele, who is coming off his first major win at the 2024 PGA Championship last month, has been all over the place. Yet, he’s even so far in the first round  at Pinehurst Resort's No. 2 course in North Carolina. Schauffele picked up a bogey on hole No. 14, his fourth of the round. He’s also had four birdies to keep him right in the mix. He’s currently tied for 21st place. 

Bryson DeChambeau moves up leaderboard 

Bryson DeChambeau is now tied for third place thanks to a birdie on hole No. 3 – his third of the day. DeChambeau is tied with Rory McIlroy and Matthieu Pavon at 3-under for the tournament. 

DeChambeau last won the U.S. Open in 2020 at Winged Foot. He was close to winning his second major title last month, but finished in second place at the 2024 PGA Championship.

Rory McIlroy, Scottie Scheffler score pars at No. 12

Rory McIlroy drove the ball 329 yards up the middle of the fairway on hole No. 12 (4-par, 489-yard). The same cannot be said for his partner Scottie Scheffler, who ended up in the rough to the left of the fairway. Scheffler’s club appeared to catch a weed in the patchy grass on his next stroke, causing him to pull the ball and end up in the bunker. The world No. 1 somehow avoided disaster. He found the green from the bunker and saved par with a short putt to stay at 1-over for the tournament. 

McIlroy had an opportunity to birdie, but narrowly missed to the left of the hole. The world No. 3 remains at 3-under for the day.

Rory McIlroy tied for third place after birdie 

Rory McIlroy is climbing up the leaderboard. McIlroy scored a birdie on No. 10, his third of the first round. The Northern Irish golfer’s putter has not let him down so far. McIlroy is a perfect 9-for-9 on the green when putting from inside ten feet. McIlroy is now 3-under for the tournament and tied for third with France’s Matthieu Pavon. 

Bryson DeChambeau chips in for birdie

Bryson DeChambeau fell short of winning the 2024 PGA Championship with a second-place finish, but he’s trying to put himself in position to win another U.S. Open on Thursday.

He had a bad tee shot on the par-4 18th hole, but recovered to save par. But 52 feet away from the hole, DeChambeau chipped in his shot for a birdie and put himself at 2-under joining the collective list of golfers tied for fourth place.

Top group finishes front nine at U.S. Open

The group that features the top three golfers in the world – Scottie Scheffler, Xander Schauffele and Rory McIlroy – are halfway done with the first round and leading the pack is the man looking to win his first major in a decade.

McIlroy is 2-under par and that has him tied for fourth place and three shots behind leader Patrick Cantlay. Schauffele, the 2024 PGA Championship winner, and Scottie Scheffler, the world No. 1 ranked golfer, have gotten off the slower starts with them both at 1-over par.

Scottie Scheffler struggling early at U.S. Open

It hasn’t been the ideal start to the day for the world No. 1 golf player. Scottie Scheffler is 2-over par through six holes.

His first bogey of the day came on the par-4 third hole when he had back-to-back shots in the bunker that threw a wrench in his momentum. On the par-3 sixth hole, Scheffler was left with long putts after his tee shot misfired. He three-putted the hole for his second bogey of the day.

Rory McIlroy holes out with impressive chip shot

Could this be the weekend Rory McIlroy finally captures another elusive major title? It sure is looking like it.

After he got his first birdie on the fourth hole, McIlroy’s first shot on the par-5 fifth hole went into the native area and looked to spell disaster. But he recovered to set up his fourth shot from 66 feet away. McIlroy then laid the ball perfectly in front of the hole, watched it bounce and then roll into the pin as the crowd erupted in cheer. McIlroy is now 2-under par and tied for fourth place.

Rory McIlroy gets under par on hole No. 4

Rory McIlroy has been playing an aggressive style of golf early in the first round, and it finally paid off on the fourth hole.

On his second shot of the par-4 hole, McIlroy drilled it from 208 yards away from the flag and perfectly laid it on the green, seven feet away from the hole. The putter was betraying him on the first few holes, but he found a connection this time and got a birdie to get under par.

Xander Schauffele gets rare birdie on hole No. 2

The par-4 second hole has been a challenging one so far in the first round with only one birdie made so far on Thursday. But Xander Schauffele, the 2024 PGA Champion, wasn’t fazed by the challenging hole, scoring a birdie to get under par early in his round. Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler scored par.

Patrick Cantlay finishes first round of U.S. Open with lead

It was a putting clinic for Patrick Cantlay on Thursday as he scored birdies on three of the last five holes on the back nine to finish the round 5-under-par and on top of the leaderboard.

Ludvig Aberg stands one shot back at 4 under with his round also complete.

Cantlay shot only 23 putts in the first round, the fewest number of shots he’s taken during a round of a major championship with the putter. He said he brought four putters with him to Pinehurst, but the one he opted to use on Thursday was clearly working for him.

“Feeling good about my game,” Cantlay said on the broadcast. “I've been working hard, and I just got to keep putting myself in the fairway, giving myself opportunities and did a good job of that today.”

Rory McIlroy, Xander Schauffele and Scottie Scheffler tee off

One of the most star-studded groups of first round has gotten underway at Pinehurst with the top three golfers in the world – Scottie Scheffler, Xander Schauffele and Rory McIlroy – teeing off.

McIlroy won the 2011 U.S. Open and always remains a favorite to win another major. Schauffele won the most recent major at the 2024 PGA Championship, and Scheffler is the No. 1 golfer in the world and has been playing lights out with five wins already in 2024.

All three golfers had pristine first shots off the tee on the first hole and got to the green in two shots. McIlroy had a solid chance of getting a birdie to start the day, but the putt fell just short. All three players scored par on the first hole.

Shaky putter leaves Tiger Woods at 4 over after first round

Tiger Woods' putter let him down on more than one occasion during his opening round of 4-over-par 74 on Thursday .

Hitting just 9 of 18 greens in regulation, Woods put extra pressure on himself to save par with the putter – and Pinehurst's fast, convex greens were not very hospitable.

A stretch of five bogeys in seven holes midway through his round included a trio of three-putts. His only birdies were on the course's two par 5s.

He'll need a much better outcome when he tees off Friday afternoon if he wants to make the 36-hole cut.

In Woods' two previous appearances in the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, he finished tied for third behind Payne Stewart in 1999 and runner-up to Michael Campbell in 2005. He did not play in the Open the last time it was held at Pinehurst in 2014, when Martin Kaymer prevailed.

No. 5 at Pinehurst offering relief in Round 1

The fifth hole at Pinehurst is proving to be the one vulnerable place to attack this very demanding course.

Sweden's Ludvig Aberg became the latest golfer to go under par on the 582-yard par 5, reaching the edge of the green in two and getting up and down for birdie to put him at 4-under for the tournament.

That allowed Aberg to move into a tie for the lead with France's Matthieu Pavon, who eagled No. 5 earlier in his round. American Patrick Cantlay joined the party with a birdie on 5 and added another birdie from 21 feet on the treacherous par-3 sixth.

Cantlay has three holes to play in his round.

Aberg, who started on the back nine, has completed 14 holes. Pavon is through 13.

Matthieu Pavon snatches lead at U.S. Open

On the strength of his second eagle of the day, Frenchman Matthieu Pavon has surged to the top of the leaderboard at Pinehurst.

Pavon got into red figures with an eagle on the par-5 fifth hole, added a birdie on the par-4 eighth and took the lead outright by nailing his second eagle putt on the 10th to get to 5-under par for the tournament.

Two-time U.S. Open champ Brooks Koepka is among a group of three players two strokes behind. He's at 3-under through 12 holes and is joined by fellow American Russell Henley and Sweden's Ludvig Aberg.

Two-time US Open winner Brooks Koepka on the leaderboard

After an early surge by Tiger Woods, another former U.S. Open champion has risen to the top of the leaderboard early in Round 1.

Brooks Koepka, who won back-to-back titles in 2017 and 2018, is tied for the lead at 3-under par through 10 holes. France's Matthieu Pavon is also at minus-3 through eight.

Koepka birdied both of the course's par-5 holes and has yet to card a bogey in his opening round.

Pavon eagled the par-5 fifth hole and added another birdie on the front side to pull into the tie. Seven golfers are tied for third, one stroke back.

After an opening birdie, Woods has bogeyed four of his last five holes to drop back to 3-over.

When does Scottie Scheffler tee off at the US Open?

2022 U.S. Open runner-up Scottie Scheffler, the world's No. 1 ranked player and five-time winner on tour this year, is scheduled to tee off at 1:14 p.m. ET with Rory McIlroy and Xander Schauffele.

Scheffler is the odds-on-favorite to win the Open.

Brooks Koepka grabs share of early lead

Half of the 156-player field is on the course at Pinehurst, and two-time U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is once again on top of the leaderboard. Through his first seven holes, Koepka is tied with fellow American Logan McAllister at 2-under par.

Tiger Woods opened his round with a birdie, but consecutive bogeys dropped him back to 1-over through eight holes.

Just 13 players are in red figures, compared to 44 who are over par in the early going.

Tiger Woods bogeys to drop back to even

A wayward drive into the rough at hole No. 16 led to Tiger Woods' first bogey of the opening round.

Woods hit his drive left of the fairway into the native grass and had to lay up on his second shot. His 20-foot putt for par just slid by the right side of the cup.

The bogey countered his opening birdie on No. 10 to leave Woods even for his round.

No one has really set the course on fire in the early going, as there have been far more bogeys (and worse) than birdies. Sixteen players -- including Brooks Koepka, Collin Morikawa and Sergio Garcia -- are tied for the lead at 1-under par.

Wyndham Clark begins US Open title defense

Wyndham Clark is frustrated with the state of his game and just looking to produce four solid rounds when he starts his U.S. Open defense this week at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina.

The American was the major tournament's surprise winner last year when he held off Rory McIlroy on the back nine for a one-stroke victory at Los Angeles Country Club.

Clark is not brimming with confidence following missed cuts in three of his last five starts including the Masters and PGA Championship.

"I haven't been playing my best golf," Clark told reporters on Monday.

"It's been kind of a tough stretch these last few weeks. Really I'm trying to gain some momentum for the rest of the season. I know that maybe sounds like low expectations for the week, but honestly I'd love to just gain some momentum.

Tiger Woods off to a strong start

Tiger Woods is off to a solid start through his first six holes at Pinehurst.

Starting his round with a birdie on the par-5 10th hole, Woods put together a string of pars through hole No. 15.

His putting has been excellent, helping the three-time U.S. Open champion convert a par save out of the bunker on 12.

He just narrowly missed pulling into a tie for the lead when a 12-foot birdie attempt didn't fall on 14.

At 1-under, Woods is one stroke behind leader Ludvig Aberg.

Tiger Woods begins opening round with birdie

Tiger Woods' opening round at the 124th U.S. Open is underway -- and he's already in red figures.

The 15-time major champion found the native grass on his second shot at the par-5 10th hole. From 56 yards away, he pitched onto the green to 11 feet and nailed the birdie putt.

Playing partner Matt Fitzpatrick also birdied the hole.

They are two of five players at the top of the early leaderboard at 1-under for the tournament.

Amateurs, first-timers in 2024 US Open field

There are 156 golfers in the field for the 2024 U.S. Open but for 36 of them, this will be their first crack at playing in the national championship.

The list includes the No. 6-ranked player in the world (Ludvig Aberg), the 2023 DP World Tour Championship winner (Nicolai Hojgaard), the 2024 NCAA individual champion (Hiroshi Tai), a 37-year-old mini-tour grinder (John Chin) as well as 12 amateurs.

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Pinehurst Resort & Country Club’s Course No. 2 will be set up at 7,548 yards and will play to a par of 35-35 — 70. The yardage for each round of the championship will vary due to course setup and conditions.

The course normally plays as a par 72, but two par 5s will be played as par 4s for the U.S. Open. As a result, there are only two par 5s on the course.

Rory McIlroy chasing elusive fifth major

Rory McIlroy is still chasing an elusive fifth major title after winning his fourth nearly a decade ago but the Northern Irishman has not given up hope and enters this week's U.S. Open feeling closer than ever to ending his drought.

McIlroy owns 39 worldwide professional victories, 26 of which have come on the PGA Tour, but he cannot seem to escape questions about his results at golf's blue-riband events given his last major win came at the PGA Championship in August 2014.

"I'm really proud of my body of work over the past 15 years and everything that I have achieved, whether it be season-long titles or individual tournaments or majors," McIlroy, 35, said Tuesday.

"Obviously getting my hands on a fifth major has taken quite a while, but I'm more confident than ever that I'm right there, that I'm as close as I've ever been."

How can I watch the U.S. Open on TV?

The 2024 U.S. Open golf championship will be broadcast live on NBC and on USA Network, with coverage also on NBC's Peacock streaming service. Thursday's Round 1 broadcast schedule is as follows (all times Eastern):

  • 6:30 a.m.-5 p.m.: USA Network
  • 5-8 p.m.: Peacock

Streaming coverage of several featured groups (including Tiger Woods, Will Zalatoris and Matt Fitzpatrick) is available online at USOpen.com .

U.S. Open weather forecast for Thursday

It'll be a warm day at Pinehurst Resort. As the first groups teed off, it was 67 degrees and partly sunny. However, temperatures are expected to climb up to around 90 in the afternoon with mostly sunny skies and 5-10 mph winds.

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When does Tiger Woods play?

Woods will be in a group with Will Zalatoris and Matt Fitzpatrick for the first and second rounds. He tees off at 7:29 a.m. ET on Thursday , starting on hole No. 10.

Tiger Woods: U.S. Open weather will ‘feel like home’

After a pair of disappointing finishes in the year's first two major tournaments, Tiger Woods has a much more optimistic outlook heading into the U.S. Open .

There won't be the hilly terrain of the Masters or the wet weather of the PGA. Instead, North Carolina's Pinehurst Resort expects to see playing conditions that are more well-suited to his game.

"It's gonna feel like home," Woods told reporters Tuesday morning. "Hot and humid we deal with every day in Florida. It's just a matter of keeping hydrated and the mental tax the heat will bring − not just on me; everyone will be tested."

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The PGA Tour is making a rule change regarding scorecard disqualifications.

Tour player Michael Kim posted a tour memo X Tuesday morning that illustrated a new 15-minute window for players to “to correct an error on his scorecard, even if he has left the scoring area.” According to the memo, this means:

-If a scorecard is validated in the scoring system and the player has left the scoring area, he may return to correct an error within 15 minutes of validation.

-If a player has left the scoring area and an error is identified before the scorecard is validated in the scoring system, he may return to correct the error within 15 minutes of the error being identified by the scoring official.

-If a player is in the scoring area when the 15 minutes expires, his scorecard is returned when he leaves the scoring area.

Disqualifications are relatively common for incorrect scoring, happening a handful of times per year, but an incident with Jordan Spieth at the Genesis Invitational this winter may have spurred the rule amendment.

The PGA Tour announced that Spieth had signed for a 3 on Riviera Country Club’s par-3 fourth hole instead of the 4 he actually made, leading to his disqualification. Spieth took full responsibility for the matter and apologized on social media. However, it emerged afterwards that Spieth was sick and was in a rush to reach the bathroom following his round, thus not having time to check his card.

"He was really sick and he had a rough last hole," Xander Schauffele explained. "I can see how it all went down."

The rule change is going into effect immediately on all PGA Tour sanctioned circuits, as well as the DP World Tour.

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Golf updates scorecard rule by allowing extra 15 minutes to fix errors and avoid disqualification

Jordan Spieth watches his tee shot on the 15th hole during the second round of the U.S. Open golf tournament Friday, June 14, 2024, in Pinehurst, N.C. (AP Photo/George Walker IV)

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Hideki Matsuyama, of Japan, hits from the bunker on the 12th hole during the final round of the U.S. Open golf tournament Sunday, June 16, 2024, in Pinehurst, N.C. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II)

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PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) — The temptation would be to refer to a change in the scorecard procedure as the “Jordan Rule,” only because Jordan Spieth was the most recent example . Players now have an additional 15 minutes to correct their scorecard before it is deemed to have been returned.

Players were informed at the U.S. Open of the change. The USGA adopted the amended definition of when a card is “returned” at the U.S. Women’s Open two weeks earlier. It now goes into effect on most major tours this week.

The PGA Tour said the goal was “minimizing penalties or disqualifications related to scorecard errors.”

Spieth was at Pinehurst No. 2 on the Sunday before the U.S. Open. He said Scott Langley, the USGA’s director of player relations, approached him and said: “This isn’t because of you. But this is what we’re doing here.”

The scorecard previously was considered “returned” when the player left the scoring area.

Spieth was battling stomach issues at Riviera when he made double bogey on the last hole for a 73, rushed up the hill to scoring, signed his card and hustled off to the bathroom. He inadvertently wrote down a 3 instead of a 4 on the par-3 fourth hole, and therefore signed for an incorrect score and was disqualified.

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Under the new rule, he would have had 15 minutes to fix the mistake or for an official to find him and alert him to the error.

“For an honest mistake that I guess could be the difference in the tournament, I think it’s great,” Spieth said. “I don’t think it’s a skill of the game, especially at the professional level. If somebody plugged in a wrong score, they can go back and re-plug it in.”

As for the 15 minutes, there is a time stamp when a card is accepted, and the 15 minutes is not down to the second. It doesn’t happen very often, especially on the PGA Tour where scores are checked against a computer.

And there are exceptions. If a player stays in scoring for 15 minutes (Phil Mickelson was known to linger there), the scorecard would be considered returned when that player leaves the area. Also, the 15-minute rule could be affected by a playoff, or by tee times having to be posted immediately after a cut.

U.S. Open alternate Manke spends week getting Canada status

R.J. Manke moved up to the first alternate at the U.S. Open after Jon Rahm had to withdraw with a foot infection. In most cases, players have to wait around until the final tee time on Thursday before packing their bags and leaving.

Manke had been through that before.

He was the first alternate from the main allotment list at Torrey Pines in 2021, waited three days and no one withdrew. Oddly enough, his best chance that week was Rahm, who had to pass a COVID-19 test to be cleared to play. Rahm passed the test and won the U.S. Open.

This time, Manke wasn’t even at Pinehurst. He was 3,100 miles away in British Columbia playing a Q-school tournament for PGA Tour Americas with hopes of getting full status for the second half of the season in Canada.

“I had a number of flights to head out there at the last minute,” Manke said. “I was following the alternate closely.”

No one withdrew. Manke stuck with his plan to play in Canada.

He said if he had known he was the first alternate, it would made for an “interesting decision.” But a misunderstanding led to him actually being the first alternate.

“Once the entire reallotment came out, I was No. 7,” he said.

Manke knew the USGA was holding six spots for anyone who would have become exempt at the last minute through the world ranking. Two ranking spots went to Robert MacIntyre and Adam Scott, and four spots were distributed to alternates.

Scott, if he had not made it through the ranking, would have been ahead of Manke on that alternate list.

But when the updated list was sent to Manke on Monday, one alternate who already had been added to the U.S. Open field was still listed. That would explain why Manke thought he was the second alternate when Rahm withdrew.

It ended well for Manke, who had been playing mini-tours. He made it through the Q-school tournament and now has a place to play for the rest of the PGA Tour Americas season.

Olympic qualifying

This week’s Women’s PGA Championship is the final chance for women to earn a spot in the Olympics this summer in Paris. The Americans and South Koreans are not assured of having the representation they had the previous two times.

In the most glaring example of how much South Korea has fallen off in women’s golf, only two players are likely to make it to Paris.

Countries can get a maximum of four players if they are among the top 15 in the women’s world ranking. Jin Young Ko (No. 7) and Hyo Joo Kim (No. 12) have locked up spots. But the next South Koreans are Jiyai Shin (24) and Amy Yang (25). They would need a top finish at the Women’s PGA to move into the top 15.

The Americans had four players for the Tokyo Games held in 2021. They have three among the top 15 — Nelly Korda and Lilia Vu are Nos. 1 and 2, and Rose Zhang is at No. 9.

Megan Khang is at No. 16, a fraction behind Lydia Ko of New Zealand at No. 15. The Americans also have more possibilities with Alison Lee (18) and Ally Ewing (19).

Memorial moving back

Jack Nicklaus agreed to work with the PGA Tour on its new schedule, which meant moving the Memorial Tournament off Memorial Day — that’s what it was named for — and a week before the U.S. Open.

Now it’s going back.

Nicklaus announced Monday that next year’s tournament would start on Memorial Day (May 26) and end on June 1, two weeks before the U.S. Open at Oakmont. That leaves U.S. Open qualifying after the Memorial, not before.

“We were willing to work with them and move the 2024 date to a week before the U.S. Open,” Nicklaus said. He said after several conversations, they determined it was best for the Memorial to move back.

Hideki to Boston

In a move that might finally dampen speculation about Hideki Matsuyama going to LIV Golf, the Japanese star is joining the tech-infused TGL indoor league that debuts in January.

The former Masters champion has joined Boston Common Golf, the four-man team that includes Rory McIlroy, Keegan Bradley and Adam Scott. He replaces Tyrrell Hatton, whom the PGA Tour suspended for joining LIV earlier this year.

Fenway Sports Group owns the Boston team, also known as the Ballfrogs.

“Together, I hope we can push the boundaries of golf and create an unforgettable new experience for fans around the world,” Matsuyama said in a statement.

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Stat of the week

The last six majors have been won by six different Americans. That’s the longest streak of American winners since Jack Nicklaus at the 1975 PGA Championship through Hubert Green at the 1977 U.S. Open.

“They say every five years somebody’s life changes and it couldn’t be more true. I’m a completely different person than I was back at Winged Foot. There’s remnants. I’ve still got a lot of the same cells, but I’m definitely different in the brain for sure.” — Bryson DeChambeau going into the U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2.

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World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler is just like us at golf, except a whole lot better | Oller

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The No. 1 golfer in the world looked like the rest of us Saturday at the Memorial Tournament . For one hole. 

When Scottie Scheffler duck-hooked his tee shot at No. 9 into a tree, over a chain link fence and into the woods, many of the shocked spectators at Muirfield Village Golf Club shared the same thought: “He looks like me.”

When Scheffler re-tee'd and hit his penalty shot into the right rough, you could almost hear the crowd cackle: “Feels familiar.”

And when Scheffler chopped out of the deep rough, his golf ball running through the fairway into more rough, amateur hackers everywhere nodded in agreement: “Been there, done that.” 

Finally, Scheffler found the green, 14 feet from the pin. He two-putted for a triple-bogey 7. Many of us would have 3-putted for an 8, but you get the idea. 

What differentiates golf from most other sports is that the separation between the pros and us feels both tantalizingly close and incredibly far. Those who play the game for a living occasionally hit clunkers and sometimes fail to get out of the sand. We can relate.

So when Scheffler yanked his tee shot at No. 9, well, welcome to the club, bub. He also fired a bunker shot over the green and into the water at No. 5, but the ninth was the real eye-opener.

We don’t think that way with other sports. No one watches LeBron James shoot an airball and boasts, “I can guard him.” And only a fool sees Shohei Ohtani strike out and brags “I would have hit that pitch.” 

Ah, but PGA Tour players always get the last laugh. Sure, they hit stray shots and miss 4-footers, but mostly their level of expertise is hard to fathom.

The average amateur high-handicapper is amazed at the skill of a scratch golfer when the two are paired together at a public course; that scratch player cannot believe how well the club pro hits it around; few club pros ever get a sniff of making it on the lower-level pro tours.

These guys are really, really good

Those mini-tour guys can only dream of competing on the Korn Ferry Tour, which ranks right below the PGA Tour. The majority of Korn Ferry players never qualify for the PGA Tour. A PGA Tour “journeyman” would clean an amateur’s clock, every time, but then struggles to compete against the top 10 players in the world.

Those top 10 are the cream of the crop, but even among them, there is clear separation. And his name is Scheffler.

That’s right, the same guy who pulled his drive at No. 9 into New Albany is so much better than anyone else at the moment, and it’s not even close.

Adam Hadwin, who entering Sunday’s final round is in a three-way tie for second, four shots behind Scheffler, marveled at Scheffler’s game. 

“He’s as solid as they come,” Hadwin said. “He’s the No. 1 player in the world for a reason. He’s far and above the No. 1 player, I believe, especially after watching today.”

Hadwin trailed Scheffler by three shots through eight holes but had to feel he had a chance when the triple bogey at No. 9 dropped the 27-year-old Texan back into a tie at 8-under par.

“Obviously, a couple holes there where some things didn’t go his way,” Hadwin said. “But the way he started and the way he – the sound that he hits it with and the ball flight and the shape of the shots – I don’t expect him to lose this golf tournament. One of us is going to have to make a run tomorrow.”

Scheffler, who declined to be interviewed, except by Golf Channel and the Associated Press, proved his mental makeup at No. 10. A blowup hole like No. 9 sometimes derails an entire round, but he bounced back with a birdie at No. 10, then birdied 12 and 15 before finishing with a bogey at 18.

“It was a slight pull, nothing drastic,” Scheffler said to Golf Channel of his drive at the ninth, adding he was proud of the way he rebounded on the back nine.

His career is rallying, too. Scheffler turned pro in 2018 but did not join the PGA Tour until 2020. It took him a year to get up to speed, but since 2021, his game has gone into overdrive. In 123 starts he has 10 wins and 54 top-10s. Four of the wins have come during the past three months.

Such is Scheffler’s dominance that he is favored to win every time he tees it up. Golf has not seen this kind of mastery of the sport since Tiger Woods. 

But, please, tap the brakes on comparing the current world’s best to the best ever. Through his first 123 starts, Woods won 33 times and had 79 top-10s. Truly incredible stuff. So amazing that when compared to Tiger, Scottie really does look like the rest of us.

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Lexi Thompson has been playing full-time on the LPGA since 2014, and she’s racked up 15 professional wins including a major; the 2014 Kraft Nabisco Championship.

But on Saturday at the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give at Blythefield Country Club in Belmont, Michigan, en route to a 65 that got her within striking distance of the leaders, Thompson said golf was as fun as it can be.

Just weeks after announcing this will be her final season on the LPGA, Thompson used an eagle on the eighth hole to pull into a tie for third at 12 under after 54 holes. She’s tied with Anna Nordqvist and Allisen Corpuz, and trailing leaders Grace Kim and Ally Ewing.

Thompson went 7 under in a six-hole stretch right before the turn, marking one of the best grooves of her professional career.

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Lexi Thompson of the United States plays a shot on the first hole during the third round of the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give at Blythefield Country Club on June 15, 2024 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. (Photo by Raj Mehta/Getty Images)

“It’s definitely up there. One of my best stretches I think I’ve had on the golf course,” she said. “Just the golf is one thing, but just how I felt out there, very comfortable and relaxed, just enjoyed being out there. I think that’s what this week really brings, just the atmosphere, and I think we all do enjoy coming back and playing here in Grand Rapids.”

Photos: LPGA star Lexi Thompson, who will retire at 29, through the years

Even though she’s still eight months from her 30th birthday, Thompson was the youngest winner on the LPGA when she captured the Navistar LPGA Classic at just 16 years old in 2011. She admitted she’s playing with less pressure after announcing her upcoming retirement.

“Definitely a weight lifted off because it’s something that’s been on my mind for a bit. There is a lot of golf to be played and the rest of the year and I’m really looking forward to every time I tee it up, especially if we get crowds like this every week,” she said. “There is nothing like it. The fans make the game. That’s why I’ve loved every bit of being out here every single year. So it’s a bit of a relief, but I want to finish this year strong.”

When the golf comes as easy as it did Saturday does it make her want to reconsider? Thompson laughed when asked that question.

“Rounds like this make it harder, that’s for sure,” she said. “But I mean, I love the game. It’s just an up and down sport as everybody knows.”

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Round 1 of the final Signature Event of the 2024 FedExCup Regular Season takes place this week from Cromwell, Connecticut at TPC River Highlands for the Travelers Championship. The field features top-ranked golfers, including world No. 1 Scottie Scheffler, who is already a five-time winner this season, world No. 3 and 2022 Travelers champion Xander Schauffele, as well as defending champion Keegan Bradley.

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