For years Columbus-native Jack Nicklaus dreamed of bringing a golf tournament to the grounds where he developed his championship game. Imagining a tournament that honored the golfers who made the sport one of the most prestigious in the world, he also sought to give back to the community that supported him throughout unrivaled his career.
In May of 1976, Jack turned his dream into a reality when the Memorial Tournament was first played at the Muirfield Village Golf Club, a course he personally designed. Now in its 40th year, the tournament has become one of the premiere stops on the PGA Tour while raising millions for local charities, including primary benefactor Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Pay homage to one of central Ohio’s richest traditions with this super-soft tee.