HIDEKI MATSUYAMA Sponsored byNTT DATA
HIDEKI MATSUYAMA Sponsored byNTT DATA
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HIDEKI MATSUYAMA Sponsored by NTT DATA

Create the Future

Single-minded;
more tenacious that anyone:

professional golfer Hideki Matsuyama
continues to triumph in pursuit
of his goals.
His quest to win
the four major golf championships is
long and arduous.
He will be tested by heartache and
conflict.

But faced with adversity,
he reveals his strength of character.
The extent of his training is
acknowledged by rivals.
Trial and error,
and zeal to achieve give him faith
to conquer setback,
regret and limitation.

NTT DATA shares
Matsuyama’s insatiable ambition and
unflinching approach to
new challenges.
Defying all perils in our quest
to be
the world’s leading IT service provider,
we will never quit.

Create the Future.

Hideki Matsuyama’s
aspirations
for
the future

I am very honored to receive the support of NTT DATA, a leading Japanese company,
in the form of a sponsorship deal.
I felt so privileged when I first learned of their offer,
knowing that NTT DATA is also a patron of the British Open.
Each day, I continue striving with firm conviction to be the world’s number one golfer.
NTT DATA has expressed its intention to aim for the top of the world with me.
I appreciate the company’s mission to realize the future on a global scale through diverse IT solutions,
which further inspires me to continue my bid to achieve the future I aim for.
Together with NTT DATA, I hope to inspire and encourage all of my supporters around the world.

Hideki
Matsuyama

  • Affiliation: Lexus
  • Born: February 25, 1992
  • Birthplace: Matsuyama City, Ehime
  • Height/weight: 181 cm/91 kg
  • College: Tohoku Fukushi University
  • Total wins: 8 wins in the Japan Golf Tour (including 1 major),
  • 6 wins in the US PGA Tour (including 1 major)

Major achievements

  • 2021
    1st place in the Masters Tournament—the first Japanese male player to win a major championship
  • 2017
    1st place, retaining his title, in the Waste Management Phoenix Open
  • 2017
    1st place in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational
  • 2016
    1st place in the Japan Open, his first Japan major victory
  • 2016
    1st place in the Waste Management Phoenix Open
  • 2016
    1st place in the WGC-HSBC Champions—the first Japanese player to win the World Golf Championship
  • 2014
    1st place in The Memorial Tournament
  • 2013
    Won 4 Japan Golf Tour events and became the first rookie to top the Japan Tour money list
  • 2011
    27th place in the Masters Tournament—the first Japanese low amateur to compete
  • 2011
    1st place in the Mitsui Sumitomo VISA Taiheiyo Masters on the Japan Golf Tour
  • 2010
    1st place in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship