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Despite a highlight hole-in-one, Hideki Matsuyama settled for a 2-under-par Dunlop Phoenix final round on Sunday, leaving him 10 strokes back of reigning champion and 2017 tournament winner Brooks Koepka.

Matsuyama, who finished fifth, got off to a hot start with a birdie on the first hole and an ace on the par-3 third. He finished with five total birdies, the hole-in-one eagle, three bogeys and a double bogey around the Phoenix Country Club’s par-71 course.

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