|-13 P Cantlay (United States), C Morikawa (United States); -11 S Scheffler (United States); -ten B Grace (Rsa); -8 P Reed (United States); -6 S Lowry (Ireland), M Homa (United States), J Walker (United States)|
|Others selected:-4 R Fowler (United States), X Sc Chauffageele (United States); -2 A Scott (Australia); -1 B DeChambeau (United States), R McIlroy (NI), J Spieth (United States); E D Willett (English)|
Patrick Cantlay won the USPGA Memorial Tournament for the second time in three years after winning a play-off with fellow American Collin Morikawa.
Morikawa was leading by one when Cantlay, 29, birdied the 71st hole to reach 13-below par before narrowly missing a 26-foot putt to win it on the last hole.
But Cantlay pulled the par on the first extra hole to secure his fifth career victory.
The world number 15 sank a 14-foot birdie putt on the penultimate hole in regulation, then rolled into a 12-foot play-off putt. Morikawa, the winner of the 2020 PGA Championship, couldn’t match her at eight feet.
The American pair shot a minus 71 to stay clear of compatriot Scottie Scheffler, who shot a final round of 70 to finish at 11 minus.
Jack Nicklaus founded the tournament in 1976 and the record of 18 major winners was watching the Muirfield Village course he designed in Ohio.
Rahm held a six-stroke lead after round three, but the Spaniard, 26, had to withdraw after learning he tested positive for Covid-19 as he left the 18th green on Saturday.