Joy of Golf: Matsuyama's is Japan's finest -
Sport360°Joy of Golf: Matsuyama's is Japan's finestSport360°Just looking at his stats – he is one place away from matching Tommy Nakazima, who became the highest ranked Japanese player in the world at No4 and his four PGA Tour wins are the most by any Japanese (he overtook Shigeki Maruyama) – people will ...
Posted on 8 February 2017 | 11:10 pm
Matsuyama wins playoff to repeat as Phoenix
The Japan TimesMatsuyama wins playoff to repeat as Phoenix Open championThe Japan TimesMatsuyama's four wins is the most among any Japanese on the PGA Tour, and one better than Shigeki Maruyama, who picked up three titles between 2001 and 2003. “I was always hoping to cross that three-win mark set by Mr. Maruyama,” he said. He is also ...O'Neill on golf: Matsuyama could be the Pak of men's tourSTLtoday.comMatsuyama defends Phoenix Open title with playoff winReuters UKall 160 news articles »
Posted on 5 February 2017 | 6:14 pm
Tiger Woods, 9 other golfers to watch: 2017
UPI.comTiger Woods, 9 other golfers to watch: 2017 Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey PinesUPI.comMickelson won again by four shots over Tiger Woods and Shigeki Maruyama in 2000, and repeated the following year in a playoff over Davis Love III and Frank Lickliter. 6. Jimmy Walker, United States -- With a week off after he missed the cut while ...and more »
Posted on 25 January 2017 | 7:05 am
Michaux: Shine is off golf's 59 - The
Michaux: Shine is off golf's 59The Augusta ChronicleThose 22 don't even include Gary Player's “original” 59 in the 1974 Brazil Open, Shigeki Maruyama's 58 in 2000 U.S. Open qualifying, Phil Mickelson's 59 in the 2004 PGA Grand Slam of Golf, ones shot by David Gossett (2000) or Harrison Frazar (2008) in ...and more »
Posted on 24 January 2017 | 8:02 pm
Is pro golf seeing too much of a low thing?
GolfDigest.comIs pro golf seeing too much of a low thing? - Golf DigestGolfDigest.comAlready in 2017 we've seen two 59s shot on the PGA Tour. Jaime Diaz explores whether all this low scoring good for golf or does it cheapen the records.and more »
Posted on 23 January 2017 | 3:51 am
Golfer Shigeki Maruyama Sells Bel-Air
Professional Japanese golfer Shigeki Maruyama has bid goodbye to a Los Angeles estate he shared with his wife, Mizuho. Maruyama, known in the sport as the "Smiling Assassin," sold his Bel-Air property for $14.75 million, Los Angeles Times reported.
Posted on 25 June 2015 | 12:59 am
PGA golfer Shigeki Maruyama sells Bel-Air
Professional golfer Shigeki Maruyama, who has earned a little over $14.7 million for his career on the PGA tour, has sold his home in Bel-Air for $14.75 million. The Modern-style home designed by architect Ted Tokio Tanaka originally came on the market in ...
Posted on 24 June 2015 | 4:36 am
Hyundai Tournament of Champions 2015: Daily
This tournament has been a stepping stone for many players ... Should Matsuyama prove victorious, he'd join Shigeki Maruyama as the only other Japanese-born golfer to win more than one PGA Tour event, per Justin Ray of Golf Channel: It'll be easier said ...
Posted on 9 January 2015 | 11:13 am
Japan's Matsuyama wins Memorial in playoff
His Memorial victory came in just his 26th start on the U.S. tour. (Reporting By Andrew Both in Cary, North Carolina; Editing by Larry Fine) Sports & Recreation Golf Hideki Matsuyama PGA Tour Shigeki Maruyama Memorial tournament
Posted on 1 June 2014 | 4:33 pm
Japan’s Matsuyama wins Memorial in playoff
He joined a short list of Japanese champions on tour, after Shigeki Maruyama (three wins), Isao Aoki and Ryuji Imada. Matsuyama won with a par at the first extra hole of the sudden-death playoff. Earlier, Matsuyama recovered from a double bogey at the par ...
Posted on 1 June 2014 | 4:31 pm