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Topic - ryo ishikawa
Simon Clark headed off to Japan to learn the language and enhance his college studies of World War II. He was excited about making his first visit to Pearl Harbor this week when he was able to take a break from his job as the caddie for Ryo Ishikawa.
HONOLULU (AP) — Ryo Ishikawa and Hideki Matsuyama are separated by five months on earth, and five years in professional golf.
There was a time when a 14-year-old on the PGA Tour would be considered big news.
Ryo Ishikawa and Rory McIlroy made their Masters debut together, two teenagers in the same group, both filled with potential.
Ryo Ishikawa of Japan is headed back to the Masters with another special invitation.
Five more young golfers have committed to playing in this year's Travelers Championship, which is gaining a reputation as a good tournament for new talent to break through on the PGA Tour.
Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa has decided to take special temporary membership on the PGA Tour, which allows him to accept as many sponsor exemptions as he wants for the rest of the 2012 season.
George McNeill has birdied his last three holes for a 3-under 69 to rally past Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa and win the Puerto Rico Open.
Ryo Ishikawa no longer has to worry about trying to qualify for the Masters. The 20-year-old from Japan received a special invitation for the second time.
Ryo Ishikawa was arriving late in Australia for the Presidents Cup, but International captain Greg Norman doesn't expect the Japanese star to have any problems by the time the tournament begins Thursday.
Ryo Ishikawa's score to par almost matched his age. For the 19-year-old from Japan, that summed up a day he would rather forget
Steve Stricker had a shot at history and Tiger Woods made some of his own.
Adam Scott won his first World Golf Championship on Sunday with a caddie who has been part of quite a few more.
Adam Scott hit all the right shots Sunday in a round that was close to flawless and earned him his first World Golf Championship title.
Japan’s Ryo Ishikawa, right, writes a note in his yardage book during the first round of the Puerto Rico Open PGA golf tournament in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
"He was a good player when he was a junior golfer. I met him a lot in junior tournaments," Ishikawa said. "It's just timing, you now? I was faster than him. But now we're in the same place."