2014 Memorial Tournament - Vegas Odds, Free Picks, + Tee Times

The 2014 Memorial Tournament will bring out one of the top fields in golf; a tournament hosted by Jack Nicklaus will certainly do that. Since the event last year, Muirfield Village hosted the 2013 Presidents Cup where the United States team defeated the International team. Muirfield hosting the Presidents Cup is a testament to what the PGA Tour thinks of the course. It's one of the great venues in golf.

Teeing off on Thursday May 29th, and ending Sunday, June 1st, the 2014 Memorial Tournament will be the central focus of the PGA Tour. Expect all of the top players in golf to be there, which means that this field will be very deep... The winner will certainly be able to say that they took down the game's best.

The Golf Channel will cover the opening two rounds on Thursday and Friday, as fans can watch first 36 holes. Golf Channel will have earlier coverage on the weekend as well, but the majority will be broadcast by CBS for Saturday and Sunday.

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Muirfield Village GC, Dublin, Ohio

Located north of Columbus, Ohio, Muirfield Village is nestled in an upscale golf community. Its namesake originates from a Scottish town and was founded by Jack Nicklaus, who earned his first golf grand slam in 1966 in the original Muirfield. The village has hosted the Memorial Tournament every year since the mid-1970s.

Muirfield Village Golf Club also hosted the 1987 Ryder Cup and the 2013 Presidents Cup. The course is under constant supervision by Nicklaus, a golf legend who keeps it up to date and current. He believes in shaping the course to meet new-age golf trends and technology. From the pro tees, this par-72 stretches 7,352 yards.

The Memorial Tournament is unique for its honorary ceremony that inducts golfers to a memorial. It is also one of five Invitational tournaments in the PGA Tour, meaning its playing field is reduced to 120 from 156 golfers.

Vegas Odds For The 2014 Memorial tournament

The Memorial Tournament, presented by Nationwide Insurance, comes just four days after the Crowne Plaza Invitational wraps up—and as usual, Vegas odds will not be made available until that time. Once the Crowne Plaza event finishes, check back here and we will report on the Vegas odds, along with our picks to win and other handy tips.

the Memorial Tournament Pre-Tournament Lines - odds found at Bovada on 5/28/2014

Updated Odds For 2014 the Memorial Tournament - displays between rounds if available

Free Picks For The 2014 Memorial tournament

Again, the full rundown of our free picks will not be available until after some of the preceding events, including the Crowne Plaza Invitational, wrap up. In order to present you with PGABettingOdds.com winning pick and our value pick, we first need to check records, scope out trends, see how different players are doing, and ultimately do plenty of due diligence. Come back later for our well-researched free picks!

Notable Pairings + Tee Times

Before we can offer information on the first and second round tee times and pairings, we'll need to let the PGA release them, which will happen the week of the event. Check back here around 36 hours before the first day of the tournament and we should have this information. In addition, we'll give you our picks for each round of play.

2013 Memorial Tournament

Matt Kuchar had already captured a huge event earlier in 2013 when he won the WGC Accenture Match Play Championship, but that wasn't enough. The big year continued for Kuchar, when he won his second tournament in 2013 with a victory at the 2013 the Memorial Tournament. The week prior, Kuchar finished in second at the Crowne Plaza Invitational and his solid play carried right on over. The win vaulted Kuchar up to No.4 in the World Golf Rankings at the time, which was the highest ranking of his career.

2013 Memorial Tournament - Leaderboard

  1. Matt Kuchar -12 (276)
  2. Kevin Chappell -10 (278)
  3. Kyle Stanley -7 (281)
  4. Scott Stallings -6 (282)
  5. Bill Haas -6 (282)