World No. 5 Hideki Matsuyama will miss the cut after ballooning to a 9-over-par 40-40=80 in the two-day second round of the Genesis Open, his worst round on TOUR since 9-over 81 in R2 at the 2016 WGC-Cadillac Championship, where he was battling a hip flexor.
World No. 5 Hideki Matsuyama rallied for a 3-under-par 34-34=68 in the two-day first round of the Genesis Open, currently T19 on the live leaderboard with first- and second-round play in progress.
Defending champ and World No. 5 Hideki Matsuyama crafted a bogey-free 5-under-par 32-34=66 in today's final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to tie Webb Simpson on 17-under 267, and then defeated him with birdie-3 on the fourth hole of sudden death for his fourth TOUR title in 89 career starts (84 pro) and fifth worldwide win in his last nine events and SEVENTH top 2.
Defending champ and World No. 5 Hideki Matsuyama pieced together a 3-under-par 33-35=68 in today's third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to reach the three-quarter pole on 12-under 201, four adrift of 54-hole leader Byeong Hun An, who shot bogey-free 65.
Defending champ Hideki Matsuyama cruised to a 3-under-par 34-34=68 during the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, squaring his first bogey of the week but still finds himself just one shot off the lead entering the weekend on 9-under 133.
Defending champion Hideki Matsuyama tore through TPC Scottsdale with a bogey-free, 6-under-par 33-32=65 during the opening round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, staking an early claim of the clubhouse lead. UPDATE: Matsuyama finds himself one stroke behind the new pacesetter Matt Kuchar
Hideki Matsuyama returns as the defending champion and looks to improve upon his already-stellar track record at the Waste Management Phoenix Open as he sets his eyes on TPC Scottsdale this week.
World No. 6 Hideki Matsuyama tacked on a 3-under-par 36-34=70 in the final round of the SBS Tournament of Champions to conclude his second appearance (T3/2015) on 19-under 273, good for solo 2nd, three shy of champion and playing competitor Justin Thomas, who shot 69.
World No. 6 Hideki Matsuyama painted a 7-under-par 34-32=66 in the third round of the SBS Tournament of Champions to reach 16-under 203, up four spots to solo 2nd and matching the low round of the day with William McGirt.
World No. 6 Hideki Matsuyama tacked on a 5-under-par 31-37=68 in the second round of the SBS Tournament of Champions for a two-day total of 9-under 137, currently 6th place on the leaderboard and two back of 36-hole clubhouse leader Patrick Reed.
FedExCup leader Hideki Matsuyama opened his week at the SBS Tournament of Champions with a bogey-free, 4-under-par 34-35=69, placing him four strokes off the leader Jimmy Walker.
Along with defender Jordan Spieth, World No. 6 and FedExCup leader Hideki Matsuyama is a pre-tourney 5/1 co-fave at this week's no-cut SBS Tournament of Champions at Kapalua Resort in Hawaii.
Overnight leader Hideki Matsuyama labored to a 1-over-par 34-39=73 in the final round of the 18th Hero World Challenge but at 18-under 270, hung on for a two-shot victory over playing competitor Henrik Stenson, who carded a 68 with three birdies and one eagle-3 against a lone bogey and finished solo second here for a second straight time (2015) and is his second straight runner-up to Matsuyama (2017 WGC-HSBC Champions).
Overnight co-leader Hideki Matsuyama fashioned a 7-under-par 32-33=65 in the third round of the Hero World Challenge to reach the three-quarter pole on 19-under 197, good for the low round of the day and a seven-shot lead over Henrik Stenson, who carded a 66, and overnight co-leader Dustin Johnson, who doubled the 18th for a 72.