One of the biggest snoozers of the year suddenly became one of the most dramatic tournaments in recent memory at the Memorial Tournament when 54-hole leader Jon Rahm — who was six clear of everyone in the field — had to withdraw from the tournament because of a positive COVID-19 test result. As a result of the WD, Collin Morikawa (-12) and Patrick Cantlay (-12) jumped into the co-lead and will duke it out for a trophy on Sunday afternoon at Muirfield Village, a place where they have both previously raised trophies. Cantlay, who played with Rahm on Saturday, repeatedly talked about how unfortunate it was that Rahm had to withdraw. And while Cantlay is correct — it’s extremely unfortunate that one of the great performances of the season is now null and void — the show must go on, and it will be a much more interesting watch than it would have been had Rahm run away with the event. We’ll always remember this as the Rahm COVID Memorial (and we should given how good he was through three rounds!), but Sunday will still be a good one with two of the better young Americans (Cantlay and Morikawa) being chased by another good young American (Scottie Scheffler) as well as South African Branden Grace, who both trail by just three strokes.Watch all the action of the final round at the Memorial Tournament from 2:30-6 p.m. ET on CBS, and catch it streaming live on CBSSports.com and the CBS Sports App. Keep on scrolling for the latest updates and highlights. Check out the live scores at the top of this story or a more detailed leaderboard.