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World Golf: Home victory for Masters-Champion Matsuyama

13:45  24 october  2021
13:45  24 october  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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Japan's Golfidol Hideki Matsuyama (29) has fulfilled a lifelike with the victory at the tournament in Chiba.

Golf: Heimsieg für Masters-Champion Matsuyama © Provided by sport1.de Golf: Home victory for Masters-Champion Matsuyama

Japan's Golfidol Hideki Matsuyama (29) has fulfilled a lifelike with the victory at the tournament in Chiba. The US Masters winner triumphed in his Japanese home with five blows ahead of the US duo Cameron Tringale and Brendan Steele (270 each). Matsuyama sealed his first tour success on a home floor with an Eagle on the last hole.

"It was one of my greatest goals to win in front of the Japanese fans here in this country. I am so happy that I succeeded," Matsuyama said, who had missed the bronze medal at Olympia in Tokyo.

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