Dates: May 28 - June 3
Yardage: 7,366 yards
First Round - Sean O'Hair, Rod Pampling and Nick O'Hern at 7-under-par 65 led Aaron Baddeley, Tim Herron, Ernie Els, Bubba Watson and Ryan Moore by one stroke.
Second Round - Adam Scott at 12-under-par 132 led Pampling by one. Baddeley and Watson were two behind.
Third Round - Pampling at 15-under-par 201 led Scott and O'Hair by three. Baddeley, Will MacKenzie and Stewart Cink were four back.
Cut Notes: 72 players at 2-over-par 146 from a field of 106 professionals and one amateur.
Missed Cut: Steve Flesch (72-75-MC), Robert Allenby (71-76-MC), J.B. Holmes 75-72-MC), John Rollins (73-74-MC), Mathias Gronberg (74-73-MC), Jesper Parnevik (75-72-MC), Steve Stricker (72-75-MC), Pat Perez (76-72-MC), John Mallinger (75-73-MC), Peter Lonard (72-76-MC), Chris Couch (72-76-MC), Tommy Armour III (721-77-MC), Brandt Snedeker (74-74-MC), Doug LaBelle II (74-74-MC), Shigeki Maruyama (77-72-MC), Mike Weir (74-75-MC), Cliff Kresge (70-79-MC), Eric Axley (75-74-MC), Brad Faxon (74-75-MC), Chris DiMarco (74-75-MC), George McNeill (74-75-MC), Yong-Eun Yang (74-76-MC), Richie Ramsay (77-73-MC), Jonathan Byrd (70-80-MC) Jose Maria Olazabal (74-77-MC), Kyle Reifers (76-75-MC), Jeev M. Singh (76-76-MC), Greg Owen (74-78-MC), Brett Wetterich (77-76-MC), Davis Love III (75-82-MC)
Weather: Thursday: Mostly sunny and warm with a high of 89 degrees. SW winds 5-10 mph. Friday: Partly cloudy with continued warm temperatures reaching 88 degrees. SW winds 4-8 mph. Saturday: Partly cloudy and warm with a high of 84 degrees. SW winds 4-8 mph. Play was suspended at 1:28 p.m. due to a dangerous situation. Play resumed at 4:00 p.m. and the completion of the third round came at 8:16 p.m. Sunday: Due to threatening weather, final-round tee times were moved to 8:00-10:01 a.m. in threesomes off Nos. 1 and 10. Due to early-morning thunderstorms, play was delayed one hour, with play beginning at 9:00 a.m.
K.J. Choi Wins the 2007 Memorial Tournament
K.J. Choi fired a final-round 65 to win the 32nd Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club by one shot over Ryan Moore.
Choi's victory at the Memorial was his fifth-career PGA TOUR win. He has recorded at least one victory in each of his past three seasons on TOUR.
Choi began the final round five shots behind third-round leader Rod Pampling. His victory is the largest comeback on the 2007 PGA TOUR in a final round. Playing in the final group, Pampling and Adam Scott were one-stoke back with two holes to play but each fell short as they bogeyed No. 17. Pampling pared the final hole to finish in a tie for third with Kenny Perry, while Scott finished with back-to-back bogeys and dropped into a four-way tie for fifth place.
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