Golfweek Rewind: Collin Morikawa wins in thriller at Muirfield, Haley Moore racks up Cactus Tour victories

Tiger Woods reveals when he’ll play again on the PGA Tour, the Ryder Cup is postponed and Haley Moore impresses even while the LPGA is on hold.

Take a look at the week’s top stories on the latest episode of Golfweek Rewind featured below.

Morikawa wins a playoff thriller

Collin Morikawa earned his second PGA Tour title Sunday after defeating Justin Thomas in a three-hole playoff at Muirfield Village. The golf club will also play host to next week’s event, the Memorial Tournament.

Tiger is back

Tiger Woods will compete on the PGA Tour for the first time since February at the Memorial Tournament. Woods, whose last Tour appearance was at the Genesis Invitational, has won the Memorial Tournament five times with his last win coming in 2012.

Ryder Cup postponed

It’s official: The 2020 Ryder Cup has been postponed. The event was scheduled for Sept. 25-27 at Whistling Straits, but will now be played Sept. 24-26, 2021. The event will also be played in odd-numbered years going forward.

Haley Moore wins again

While many LPGA golfers haven’t competed since the tour paused its season in February, Haley Moore isn’t among them. She’s competed in 12 events since March and even won three of them. That’s why she’s our Hero of the Week.

For more on what LPGA players should expect when the season resumes and a report that China will cancel all 2020 sporting events, watch the latest edition of Golfweek Rewind featured above.

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