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Hiroyuki Fujita will play his sixth PGA Championship at Oak Hill this week.
Fujita has played each of the last five editions in succession, with a T56 in 2009 at Hazeltine his best showing. He’s played in the first three majors of 2013 and missed the cut in all of them. All signs point to a short week in New York. Wed, Aug 7, 2013 08:22:00 PM

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Hiroyuki Fujita has elected not to compete in this week's World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship.

The PGA TOUR's media department reported this. Fujita led the Japan Golf Tour in earnings in 2012 to qualify for the no-cut event at TPC Blue Monster at Doral. Fellow JGTO member Toru Taniguchi had already withdrawn from the field prior to Friday's commitment deadline. Perhaps we'll see Fujita at Augusta National next month. He's eligible to compete in the Masters.
Mon, Mar 4, 2013 10:26:00 AM

Hiroyuki Fujita makes his second appearance in the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship this week.

Fujita sports an 0-1 record at Dove Mountain, losing in the first round of 2011 to Robert Karlsson. He will have his hand full in his opening match in the Hogan Bracket, facing Matt Kuchar. Kuchar’s record at Dove Mountain is 9-3, having never lost in the first round.
Tue, Feb 19, 2013 10:40:00 PM

Hiroyuki Fujita will take on the best in the world in this week's PGA Championship.

Playing mainly in Japan, Fujita has missed each of his last three cuts, including the British Open, as he makes his way to Kiawah Island. All has not been poor for him, as he has earned three victories in the last 12 months.
Wed, Aug 8, 2012 11:35:00 PM

Hiroyuki Fujita posted a 2-under-par 33-37=70 in his opening round of the Masters.

The 41-year-old native of Japan was bogey-free through 10 before carding a double bogey at the par-4 11th. He spelled it with an eagle-3 at 13, but gave one back at the 17th. While he was playing, the latest earthquake to hit his homeland occurred shortly before 11:00 a.m. ET. It's impossible to imagine how he and his fellow countrymen are coping with the unknown. Reports are that Japan is dealing with its worst national crisis since World War II.
Thu, Apr 7, 2011 03:22:00 PM