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PGA Golfer Forced To Withdraw From Tournament He Was Leading By 6 Strokes, Giving Up Chance At $1.6 Million

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By Joseph Curl

Talk about bad timing.

Spanish golfer Jon Rahm was forced to withdraw from the Memorial Tournament on Saturday after he tested positive for COVID-19, the PGA Tour announced.

At the time, Rahm was leading the tournament that golf legend Jack Nicklaus oversees — by six strokes, a lead that often holds up with just 18 holes left to play Sunday. The winner’s share of the purse is $1,674,000.

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