Hideki Matsuyama shoots 3-under 68 in round four of the Waste Management Phoenix Open
February 02, 2020
- February 02, 2020
Hideki Matsuyama uses tight tee shot to birdie No. 16 at Waste ManagementIn the final round of the 2020 Waste Management Phoenix Open, Hideki Matsuyama lands his 159-yard tee shot 4 feet from the cup at the par-3 16th hole. He would make the putt for birdie.
In his final round at the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Hideki Matsuyama hit 8 of 14 fairways and 13 of 18 greens in regulation, finishing at 10 under for the tournament. Matsuyama finished his day tied for 16th at 10 under; Webb Simpson and Tony Finau are tied for 1st at 17 under; Justin Thomas, Bubba Watson, and Nate Lashley are tied for 3rd at 14 under; and Scott Piercy and Max Homa are tied for 6th at 13 under.
On the 558-yard par-5 third, Matsuyama had a birdie after hitting the green in 2 and two putting. This moved Matsuyama to 1 under for the round.
After hitting his tee shot into the fairway bunker, Matsuyama hit his next to the fairway bunker and reached the green on his fourth shot, rolling a one-putt bogey on the 453-yard par-4 ninth. This moved Matsuyama to even-par for the round.
On the par-4 10th, Matsuyama's 102 yard approach to 15 feet set himself up for the birdie on the hole. This moved Matsuyama to 1 under for the round.
On the 558-yard par-5 13th, Matsuyama had a birdie after hitting the green in 2 and two putting. This moved Matsuyama to 2 under for the round.
Matsuyama got a bogey on the 490-yard par-4 14th, getting on the green in 3 and two putting, moving Matsuyama to 1 under for the round.
After a 301 yard drive on the 553-yard par-5 15th, Matsuyama chipped his third shot to 6 feet, which he rolled for one-putt birdie on the hole. This moved Matsuyama to 2 under for the round.
At the 163-yard par-3 16th, Matsuyama hit a tee shot 159 yards at the green, setting himself up for the 4-foot putt for birdie. This moved Matsuyama to 3 under for the round.
At the 332-yard par-4 17th Matsuyama hit his tee shot 305 yards to the green. He ended up with a three-putt from 10 feet, closing out the hole with a par. This kept Matsuyama at 3 under for the round.