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Matsuyama

(mätso͝oyä`mä), city (1990 pop. 443,322), capital of Ehime prefecture, NW Shikoku, Japan, a port on the Inland Sea. It is an important agricultural distribution point and fishing port. Cotton textiles, paper products, petrochemicals, and machinery are manufactured, and mandarin oranges are cultivated. Its feudal castle (built 1603), one of the best preserved in Japan, stands in a magnificent park.

Matsuyama

 

a city in Japan, in the northwestern part of Shikoku Island. The administrative center of Ehime Prefecture. Population, 323,000 (1970). The city is a transportation junction. There are petrochemical and textile industries, as well as machine building and the handicraft production of fabrics, pottery, and paper.

Matsuyama

a port in SW Japan, on NW Shikoku: textile and chemical industries; Ehime University (1949). Pop.: 473 039 (2002 est.)
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Matsuyama sprained his ankle during the final round of the CIMB Classic the week before the HSBC, then the foot issue developed in China, forcing him to retire after 42 holes.
US PGA champion Day boasts power and popularity as a grounded guy who has realised his potential, while Matsuyama is a timely focal point for a country utterly fanatical about its golf.
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Japan's defending champ Matsuyama bagged eight birdies but was caught at the top by American van Pelt.
Matsuyama missed several fairways early but recovered to notch six birdies and just a lone bogey at the first, his 10th hole.
Of the five players who had a share of the lead in a wild final hour at the TPC Scottsdale, Matsuyama had the last chance to catch Koepka until his 18-foot birdie putt on the final hole missed well to the right.
Globalization and maximization of customer value are two core components of our long-term strategy, said Kaz Matsuyama, President and CEO of SATO Holdings.
The meeting was an occasion to review means to foster cooperation between the parliaments of both countries, and highlight the Japanese public aid to the Kingdom, said Matsuyama.
Matsuyama almost followed, requiring birdie at the last - after breaking his driver - to finish alongside Na and force a playoff.
According to the BBC, Matsuyama, who finished sixth at the Open Championship at Muirfield last year, was slammed as an 'idiot' by Ian Poulter for damaging a green and not repairing it at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in March, following which the Japanese apologised to the Englishman.
He played steadily throughout and luck had been against him early on, Matsuyama chipping in from the rough at the second an example.
2 Adam Scott of Australia, the 21-year-old Matsuyama halved the match against Americans Bill Hass and Webb Simpson with a second shot on the par-4 18th that landed within two feet of the pin.