TOKYO (AP) - Hideki Matsuyama received the Prime Minister’s Award in Tokyo on Friday for winning the Masters golf tournament. He was the first Japanese winner at Augusta National, the famous American club. Matsuyama won the low amateur title at the 2011 Masters just weeks after the earthquake, tsunami and
Hideki Matsuyama will become the second golfer to receive Japan's Prime Minister's Award after winning the 2021 Masters, according to Joel Beall of Golf Digest . With the victory, he became the first male golfer from Japan to win a major
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Hideki Matsuyama has the simple goal of getting his game back in shape at the AT&T Byron Nelson, his first tournament since becoming the first Japanese player to win the Masters.
Hideki Matsuyama has the simple goal of getting his game back in shape at the AT&T Byron Nelson
Japan’s history-maker Hideki Matsuyama returns for his first tournament this week following his momentous Masters Tournament victory, which he hopes will pave the way to more success on the PGA Tour.
Madrid regional president and People’s Party candidate Isabel Diaz Ayuso blows a kiss at the People’s Party headquarters in Madrid as she celebrates her victory in the Madrid regional elections on May 4, 2021. | Getty
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