Canterbury Golf Club PGA Golf Professional
"Winning today, I feel has got me closer to being able to compete a lot better in the Major tournaments. My next goal is, of course, to win a Major and I'm going to do all that I can to prepare well for that."
These comments were made by Japan's Hideki Matsuyama following his victory in last week's WGC-HSBC Champions event.
The four Majors aside, there's nothing quite like winning a World Golf Championships event. Many see it as a sign that the winner is ready to compete at the highest level, and this is certainly the case for Matsuyama.
The 24-year-old fired 29 birdies over the week to finish seven clear of Henrik Stenson and Daniel Berger on 23-under-par. To put this achievement into perspective, only Tiger Woods has managed to win a WGC event by seven shots or more - something he's done on four separate occasions. Not bad company to hold.
Whether it was Matsuyama's ability to consistently hit fairways and greens or his solid short game that impressed you the most, make sure you come and see one of the team to get your game in shape this winter.
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