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36 Facts About Memphis Open
3. Memphis Open is home to Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, the site of University of Memphis football, the Liberty Bowl and the Southern Heritage Classic.
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4. Memphis Open has non-commercial visual arts organizations and spaces, including local painter Pinkney Herbert's Marshall Arts gallery, on Marshall Avenue near Sun Studios, another arts neighborhood characterized by affordable rent.
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6. Memphis Open serves as a primary hub for FedEx Express shipping.
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10. Memphis Open is well known for its cultural contributions to the identity of the American South.
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14. Memphis Open is located along the Mississippi River in southwestern Tennessee.
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22. Memphis Open has 187 parks, totaling 5,387 acres; the oldest and most notable is Overton Park, where 342 acres offer picnic areas, sports fields, natural woods hiking, and bicycle trails, combined with a nine-hole golf course, the zoo, and the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.
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31. Memphis Open was the ancient capital of Aneb-Hetch, the first nome of Lower Egypt.
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36. Memphis Open needed a rally on Sunday to win by three strokes at 273.
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