Ahead of Tiger Woods' return to the Memorial Tournament, we look back at his five victories at Muirfield Village
Tiger Woods returns to a familiar hunting ground this week at the Memorial Tournament, where the former world No 1 has achieved more success than any other player.
Woods returns to the event for the first time since 2015 and six years on from the most recent of his five victories at Muirfield Village.
The 14-time major champion claimed his first Ohio success in 1999, where he finished two strokes clear of Vijay Singh, before successfully defending his title a year by cruising to a five-shot win.
Woods won in record-breaking fashion in 2001, securing his Memorial hat-trick by finishing seven strokes clear of the field, but left it another eight years before lifting the trophy for a fourth time.
The most recent of Woods’ Memorial wins came in 2012, when a two-shot victory saw him equal Jack Nicklaus’ all-time record of 73 PGA Tour titles.
Click on the video above to look back at Woods’ Memorial highlights!
Watch the Memorial Tournament throughout the week on Sky Sports Golf. Live coverage begins with the On the Range show on Wednesday from 8pm.
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May 31, 2018, 7:30pm
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