Hideki Matsuyama exits Phoenix Open with thumb injury

More Sports / Golf Feb 3, 2018

Hideki Matsuyama exits Phoenix Open with thumb injury

Two-time defending champion Hideki Matsuyama withdrew on Friday from the Waste Management Phoenix Open due to an injury at the base of his left thumb. Matsuyama decided to withdraw prior to his second-round tee-time despite being treated for the pain, which started during Thursday's opening ...

Hideki Matsuyama targets three-peat at Phoenix Open

More Sports / Golf Feb 1, 2018

Hideki Matsuyama targets three-peat at Phoenix Open

Hideki Matsuyama will be looking to tie one of golf legend Arnold Palmer's records this week when he goes for his third consecutive victory at the Phoenix Open. The 25-year-old was welcomed with cheers at a news conference on Wednesday after he was announced as ...

More Sports / Golf Feb 4, 2017

Matsuyama cards 68, is tied for third

Defending champion Hideki Matsuyama remained a stroke back of the leaders at the Waste Management Phoenix Open on Friday after a 3-under-par 68 in the second round. The world No. 5 carded four birdies at the Tournament Players Club and sits in a four-way tie ...

Matsuyama in hunt for Phoenix Open title

More Sports / Golf Feb 7, 2016

Matsuyama in hunt for Phoenix Open title

Hideki Matsuyama's 3-under-par third round on Saturday left him three strokes off the lead at the Phoenix Open tied for second. Starting the day in fourth in front of a TPC Scottsdale record crowd estimated at 201,003, Matsuyama carded five birdies and two bogeys, leaving ...

More Sports / Golf Feb 6, 2016

Hahn moves ahead at Phoenix Open

James Hahn used a fast start and solid finish to edge one shot clear after Friday's second round of the Phoenix Open at the TPC Scottsdale. Hahn fired a flawless 65 in ideal scoring conditions to post a 10-under total of 132. Bidding for his second ...

Matsuyama moves up leaderboard

More Sports / Golf Feb 1, 2014

Matsuyama moves up leaderboard

Hideki Matsuyama shot a 4-under-par 67 to temporarily move into fifth place, while compatriot Ryo Ishikawa missed the cut at the Phoenix Open on Friday. Matsuyama nailed six birdies against a pair of bogeys to move within three shots of the lead in the second ...