Our Founder and Host, Jack Nicklaus, and our Chairman, Jack Nicklaus II are partnering as teammates in this year’s PNC Father/Son Challenge.
For this month's special holiday issue of the Memorial Insider, we're excited to share a recipe featured in the Nicklaus family cookbook, Well Done! The "Tom and Jerry's Holiday Drink", passed down to Jack Nicklaus from his Charlie, is a favorite in the Nicklaus household during the holiday season.
The recently completed Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas was one of the most closely watched golf tournaments of 2016, even if it was an off-season event with a small field of 18 players. One figure, or course, loomed large throughout, and that was the tournament host, Tiger Woods.
A special Holiday tradition... 'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through Nationwide Children's Hospital stockings full of toys were delivered to all girls and boys...
Arnold Palmer, arguably the most popular and influential player in the history of golf, was memorialized on Oct. 4 near his hometown of Latrobe, Pa., after he died on Sunday, Sept. 25 at the age of 87 due to heart complications. The legendary player had been in failing health over the last two years, and he was awaiting cardiovascular surgery in Pittsburgh when he passed away.
After a top-to-bottom overhaul of its approach to the Ryder Cup initiated in 2014, the United States registered a convincing 17-11 victory over Europe on Oct. 2 in the 41st Ryder Cup, its first victory in the biennial competition since 2008 at the Jack Nicklaus-designed Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky.
It's only been a fortnight since the PGA TOUR season ended, and what an exciting and eventful season of golf it was...
After more than a century's absense, golf made a triumphant return to the Olympics for this year's summer games held in Rio.
And then there were 30... including three winners of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide. The final leg of the FedExCup playoffs take place next week at the TOUR Championship at historic East Lake Country Club in Atlanta.
A professional golfer for 12 years, William McGirt said he’d learned plenty and “gotten my nose bloodied a few times.” But in the 41st edition of Jack Nicklaus’ Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, McGirt got his nose out front and kept it there.
And in the process he became the third straight playoff winner and the third straight first-time winner at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Three major champions and one of the game’s top amateurs will be the latest additions enshrined in Memorial Park at the 2017 Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide.
The Captains Club announced June 5 during the final round of the Memorial Tournament that two-time Open Championship winner Greg Norman leads a class of four players as Tournament Honorees next year. Norman, 61, is the fourth past Memorial winner to become a Memorial Honoree.
As a part of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, the Patient Champion Program honors and celebrates the Hospital's courageous patients. Following the success of the Patient Champion Program at the 2015 Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, this year's Nationwide Invitational at the Memorial, the Tournament’s official Pro-Am, on Wednesday, June 1, 2016, will include hosting eight Patient Champions and their families for a full morning of VIP Tournament experiences.
Central Ohio golf fans will see Nationwide at the Memorial Tournament for at least six more years.
The run-up to the Masters already has begun.
Just like generations before him who looked at the Florida events on the PGA TOUR as the start of the preparations for the Masters Tournament, Jordan Spieth says he has begun to gear up for defense of his green jacket.
Spring is in the air in central Ohio. The days are getting longer, the grass is getting greener, flowers are blooming and trees are budding as Mother Nature prepares for a welcome change in seasons.
Jack Nicklaus, golf’s greatest major champion, celebrated his 76th birthday on the 21st of this month. In recognition of his special day, we’d like to look back at two very profound Tournament wins in the famed career of the founder and host of the Memorial... specifically, Nicklaus’s 1977 and 1984 Memorial Tournament victories at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Memorial Tournament host and founder, Jack Nicklaus joined industrialist and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller and Supreme Court justice Potter Stewart as members of the 2016 class of Great Ohioans announced by the Capital Square Review and Advisory Board and Capital Square Foundation earlier this month.
The Great Ohioan Award commemorates Ohioans who have played a significant role in an event or series of events of lasting significance in World, American or Ohio history. Nicklaus is the sixth figure from the sports world to be so honored, joining Bill Willis and Paul Brown from football, Cy Young and Bob Feller from baseball, and Jesse Owens from track and field.