With numerous awards and placements under his belt, he received his first PGD Tour victory in 2016.
DUBLIN, OH, May 31, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Professional and award winning golfer Jim Herman will be attending this year's Memorial Tournament. As a part of the annual PGA tour, the Memorial stop will feature the highest ranking golfers. The tournament offers 500 FedExCup points with a purse of $8,700,000.
The 2017 Memorial Tournament will be held on May 29th to June 4th at the Muirfield Village Golf Club, located in Dublin, OH. Practice rounds will begin on May 29th with the first tournament round starting at 7:30AM on June 1st. All patron tickets are full-week passes. The Memorial Tournament has partnered with Miller Lite for 2017 and received sponsorship by Nationwide. The Memorial Tournament is also proud to serve the community by contributing to charities, such as Nationwide Children's Hospital, Nicklaus Children's Health Care Foundation, and the Memorial Tournament Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Jim Herman began playing golf when he was 9 years old and by 12 would play from dawn to dusk. After receiving a generous sponsorship because of his skills, Herman turned pro in 2000. With numerous awards and placements under his belt, he received his first PGD Tour victory in 2016 at the Shell Houston Open. Herman is known from using Presidential dollar gold coins to mark his ball on the green
About The PGA Tour: The PGA Tour is the highest ranking membership organization for professional golfers in the world. The majority of the tournaments are created as non-profit organizations. The PGA Tour puts on more than 130 tournaments across the globe annually. The organization reaches over 1 billion households across 227 countries. The tour's goal is to provide opportunities to golf players and outlets for volunteers, deliver substantial impact to charities and communities, and to return value to their partners and sponsors. For more information visit PGATour.com.
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