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Matsuyama wins Dunlop Phoenix in playoff

MIYAZAKI, Japan (AP) Hideki Matsuyama of Japan beat compatriot Hiroshi Iwata in the first playoff hole to win the Dunlop Phoenix on Sunday. Matsuyama, who plays primarily on the U.S. PGA tour, started the day with a two-stroke lead and shot a 1-under 70 in regulation before saving par on the extra hole to claim his first victory this season on the Japanese tour. Iwata began the...
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November 23, 2014  |  Discuss
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