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DUBLIN, OH (ATS Consultants) - The PGA Tour moves to at Muirfield Village in Ohio for the prestigious Memorial Tournament, hosted by Jack Nicklaus.

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Muirfield Village, which is also hosting the Presidents Cup later this year, is a par 72 that measures 7,352 yards. Most of the big names will be there including Tiger Woods, who is the 9-4 favorite, and has won five titles at Jack's Place. 

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, Tiger Woods is currently favored at 9/4, while Rory McIlroy is 16/1 and Adam Scott is 18/1. 

Justin Rose 25-1

He won this event in 2010 and has four other career top-15 finishes. Last year, he finished 8th. This year, he has missed just one cut on the PGA Tour (The Players) and has five top 20 finishes including three top -10s. 

Keegan Bradley 33-1

Bradley shares the lead with Brandt Snedeker for most top-10s this season with six. He had a second at the Byron Nelson and his game fits the venue well. 

Longshot

Matt Every 90-1

He had a T-4 at Colonial last week and a T-6 here at the Memorial last year. The 29 year old has missed seven cuts already but has performed well. He's hitting around 75 percent of his greens in regulation in his last four events.

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