WGC-HSBC Champions winner Hideki Matsuyama in …
Hideki Matsuyama of Japan became the first Asian winner of a World Golf Championships event after seeing off Henrik Stenson and Daniel Berger by seven shots in Shanghai, China. Rory McIlroy, using the TaylorMade M2 driver and 3 wood for the first time, was a shot further back tied for fourth with Bill Haas.
What’s in the winners’ bags for the week of June 1, 2014
· What equipment did Hideki Matsuyama and this week’s other winners use to achieve victory? We take a peek inside their bag to check out the gear that …
Hideki Matsuyama: In the bag
Hideki Matsuyama: In the bag Japanese ace spoils Phoenix Open party for the home fans by beating Rickie Fowler in extra holes Andy Roberts Mon, 8 Feb 2016 Share: 0 Golf News In your Inbox By
What’s In The Bag: Tiger Woods
Woods tied Sam Snead’s record for most PGA Tour victories with a three-stroke victory over second placed Hideki Matsuyama. Opening with a pair of 64s, the event was then disrupted by heavy rain which meant that the players had to return on Monday morning to finish the final round.
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What’s In The Winner’s Golf Bag: Hideki Matsuyama at The 2016 Waste Management Phoenix Open – Great Golf Deals.com Blog In a tournament that will be remembered as one that Rickie Fowler lost, Hideki Matsuyama pulls out an unexpected win and earns his second PGA Tour title at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
20 Questions with Hideki Matsuyama
Matsuyama, who finished at 18-under, won $1 million and remained at No.6 in the world, though his closing 73 ended a streak of 17 consecutive rounds in the 60s. Earlier this year we caught up with the big-hitting Hideki to ask him 20 Questions…
Hideki Matsuyama – GOLF News & Updates
Hideki Matsuyama falters at the Masters with a third-round 72 Going into Saturday’s action, Hideki Matsuyama had been cruising along with back-to-back 4-under 68s at Augusta National. His second
2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open Final Playoff …
按一下以在 Bing 上檢視12:15 · This is the fourth playoff hole in the 2017 Waste Management Phoenix Open. Defending champion HIdeki Matsuyama plays off against Webb Simpson.
What’s In The Bag: Paul Casey
What’s In The Bag: Keith Mitchell Winner of the 2019 Honda Classic Stats Look: Best Short Game Players The clubs used by the Top 5 scramblers on the European Tour Most Popular 1 Titleist T100S Irons Review 2 Callaway Mavrik Irons Review 3 What’s In 4 5
Hideki Matsuyama Is Cool
· Hideki Matsuyama Is Cool Hideki Matsuyama Is Cool By GolfSpy Barbajo, December 2, 2016 in PGA Tour Events Share Followers 0 Reply to this topic Start new topic Recommended Posts Our Sponsors GolfSpy Barbajo 9,253 Posted December 2, 2016
Hideki Matsuyama wins Hero World Challenge
Hideki Matsuyama wins Hero World Challenge Hideki Matsuyama battled through nerves to clinch a two shot victory over Henrik Stenson. Anand Datla in New Providence, Bahamas December 04, 2016: Hideki Matsuyama started the final round of the Hero World Challenge with a cushion larger than the oceanic space between Florida and the Bahamas.
Hideki Matsuyama surges in front in the BMW …
PGA TOUR Release, 17 August 2019: Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama smashed the Medinah Country Club’s Course No. 3 record by two shots with a blistering 9-under 63 at the US$9.25 BMW Championship on Friday. The 27-year-old Matsuyama rode a hot
Weekly Tour Recap: 2017 Waste Management Open …
There’s only one word to describe Hideki Matsuyama’s play as of late: dominant. This week at the Waste Management Open in Scottsdale, Arizona, Matsuyama did not disappoint. In what is widely regarded as the most rowdy, fun event on the regular season PGA Tour circuit, Matsuyama successfully defended his title at TPC Scottsdale.