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Recent Results

tournament date total score
US Open 21/06/2015 283
the Memorial Tournament 07/06/2015 276
Wells Fargo Championship 17/05/2015 282
The Players Championship 10/05/2015 282
Masters Tournament 12/04/2015 277
Arnold Palmer Invitational 22/03/2015 280
WGC-Cadillac Championship 08/03/2015 290
Northern Trust Open 22/02/2015 279
Farmers Insurance Open 08/02/2015 144
Waste Management Phoenix Open 01/02/2015 270

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Hideki Matsuyama has taken over the lead at in the FedEx Cup Standings, surpassing Justin Thomas.

Matsuyama has racked up 1,746 points in nine events this season. Thomas is right behind him with 1,737 points in 10 events.

Reigning No. 1 Dustin Johnson is third with 1,353 points in six events. Canadian Adam Hadwin and American Jordan Spieth round up the…

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Hideki Matsuyma is king of the desert for a second straight year.

The 24-year-old Japanese star defeated Webb Simpson on the fourth hole of a playoff Saturday to win the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He shot a 5-under 66 in the final round. Simpson came sprinting down the stretch, with three birdies in the final four holes for a round-best…

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With less than a month to go until the start of 2017, the top 10 in the Official World Golf Rankings are looking quite different than they did at the end of 2015.

Three men have joined the top 10 who were not there on January 1, 2016: Hideki Matsuyama, ranked sixth, Adam Scott, ranked seventh, and Alex Noren, ranked…

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With all eyes on the return of Tiger Woods, Hideki Matsuyama continues to set the golf world on fire.

Mastuyama won his second straight title and has taken four crowns in his last five starts. His only “miss” in that frame was finishing second in the CIMB Classic October 23.

At Tiger Woods’ hosted event on Sunday, even a pedestrian 73…

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While all eyes continued to focus on Tiger Woods during the third round of the Hero World Challenge on Saturday, Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama ran away with the tournament lead.

Matsuyama recorded his second 65 in three days to race to 19-under, giving him a 7-stroke lead over Henrik Stenson and Dustin Johnson.

Woods, the tournament host, followed up his thrilling Friday…

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Hideki Matsuyama held the lead throughout the third round the WGC-HSBC Champions on Saturday, finishing with a 68 to lead by three stokes after 54 holes.

Defending champion Russell Knox is three strokes back at 14-under after matching Matsuyama’s 68. Only three other players are within five strokes of the lead: American Daniel Berger is 13-under while the US’ Bill…

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Justin Thomas made it back-to-back titles at the CIMB Classic on Saturday, racking up eight birdies in the final round to win by three strokes.

In two trips to the CIMB Classic, Thomas has shot -26 and -23.

It’s great to win again here. It’s a place I’m comfortable with … Hopefully I will be able to come back next year,”…

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Dustin Johnson is one of three men tied for first place at the TOUR Championship after one day, putting him that much closer to the $10 million prize and the No. 1 ranking in the world.

He showed just how tough he was going to be to beat on the first hole of the day, hitting an 8-iron 163 yards…

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His playoff win over Rickie Fowler at the Waste Management Phoenix Open has Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama up to No. 12 in the world this week, having jumped three spots with the victory and up seven since the beginning of 2016.

Still 16 days shy of his 24th birthday, Matsuyama is off to a fast start this season, with two Top…

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Rickie Fowler learned the unspoken thing about getting red hot on the golf course and climbing into the Top 5 of the world rankings – everyone comes gunning for you.

Such was the case on Sunday in Arizona as Hikdeki Matsuyama rallied from behind and Fowler coughed up the lead late, with the Japanese player winning the Waste Management Phoenix…

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