Mark Roe has backed Jon Rahm to win multiple major championships after becoming the first Spaniard since Seve Ballesteros to move to world No 1.
Jon Rahm felt attaining world No 1 status just four years after turning pro was "surreal" as he reflected on an emotional win at the Memorial Tournament.
Jon Rahm was quick to accept his two-shot penalty after seeing his winning margin reduced from five strokes to three shots at the Memorial Tournament.
Jon Rahm will move to world No 1 for the first time after surviving a back-nine wobble and two-shot penalty to win The Memorial.
Tiger Woods felt there were lots of positives to take from his week at The Memorial, but refused to confirm when he will next appear on the PGA Tour.
Phil Mickelson lived up to his reputation as "Phil the Thrill" with a remarkable par during the final round of the Memorial Tournament.
Jon Rahm is refusing to get carried away about the prospect of becoming world No 1, despite moving into a commanding lead at Muirfield Village.
Jon Rahm is in prime position to move to world No 1 for the first time after opening up a four-stroke lead at the Memorial Tournament.
Tiger Woods found positive signs within his game after admitting he was "fortunate" to still be involved at the Memorial Tournament.
Final leaderboard from the Memorial Tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio.
Tony Finau and Ryan Palmer share the halfway lead at the Memorial Tournament, while Tiger Woods survived the cut with nothing to spare.
Bryson DeChambeau has proved he has the brawn, but he neglected to engage the brain as he ran up a quintuple-bogey TEN at The Memorial.
Rory McIlroy reflected on "the good, the mediocre and the pretty poor" in his erratic second-round 72 at The Memorial Tournament.
Tiger Woods struggled with his movement during a second-round 76 that left him with an anxious wait to see if he had made the cut at The Memorial.
Tiger Woods did not have an issue with missing energy from the fans as he reflected on a pleasing, if rusty, opening 71 at The Memorial.
Tony Finau ended a high-scoring first day with the outright lead as Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods both made encouraging starts to The Memorial Tournament.
Bryson DeChambeau believes his physical transformation into one of golf's longest hitters has had an impact much quicker than he anticipated.
Rory McIlroy admits he found it "easy to lose focus" with no spectators in attendance for his first three starts since competitive golf resumed last month.
Ian Poulter believes Bryson DeChambeau's added distance is good for golf fans, although he believes the changes bring an added injury risk.
Jack Nicklaus has confirmed that the traditional handshake with the winner of the Memorial Tournament will continue this week, despite concerns around coronavirus.
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