Cantlay, No. 10 in the world, has tied for 11th and tied for seventh in two starts since the PGA Tour ended its hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Other featured groups include Tiger Woods, Brooks Koepka and Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy; Justin Thomas, Xander Schauffele and Dustin Johnson; and Phil Mickelson, England’s Justin Rose and Ireland’s Shane Lowry.
Woods, No. 14 in the world, will be competing for the first time since coming in 68th at The Genesis Invitational in February at Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Koepka, ranked sixth in the world, missed the cut last week in the Workday Charity Open. He has just one top-10 result and three missed cuts in his past nine tournaments.
McIlroy remains atop the world rankings even though his play has been mediocre since the restart. He had two wins and 10 top-10 results in his past 11 events prior to golf’s shutdown, but he has just a tie for 32nd, a tie for 41st and a tie for 11th since play resumed.
Rose won the 2010 Memorial by three strokes over Rickie Fowler. He also tied for second at Muirfield Village in 2008 and lost to Sweden’s David Lingmerth in a playoff in 2015.
–Field Level Media