Chiba, Japan – Mackenzie Hughes finished strong at the ZOZO Championship with a T4 finish at 3-under 67.
The 30 year old birdied five holes in round 4, finishing each round at six under.
This marked Hughes’ best result in three starts in the 2021-22 Season after finishing T25 at the CJ Cup @ Summit, and T35 at the Sanderson Farms Championship. It was also his first top-10 finish since placing T6 in the 2021 The Open Championship in July.
Fellow Canadian Roger Sloan finished tied for 71st.
Hideki Matsuyama, the reigning Masters champion, won the tournament by five strokes. With the victory, Japan-native Matsuyama becomes the fourth Masters champion since 2011 to win in his home country in the same year.
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