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Shingo Katayama  born January 31, 1973 in Ibaragi, Japan of the PGA Tour
Player Information:

  • Earned a special invitation to compete in the 2005 Masters and placed 33rd at Augusta National
  • WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship (PGA)
  • Finished first on the Japan Golf Tour money list and captured two titles at the Crowns and Woodone Open Hiroshima.
  • Competed in the PGA Championship and played twice in the World Golf Championships.
  • Won 2003 Japan PGA Championship.
  • Finished T4 at the 2001 PGA Championship.
  • In 2000, won three starts in four weeks to capture the circuit's money title.
  • At age 27 he was the youngest earnings leader since 26-year-old Jumbo Ozaki in 1973.
  • Exempt Status:Non-Member
    Height:5-6
    Weight:157
    Birth Date:January 31, 1973
    Birth Place:Ibaragi, Japan
    Special Interests:
    Turned Pro:1995
    Joined Tour:
    2005 Earnings:$131,020.00
    2004 Earnings:$78,650.00
    Active Player:yes
    Official Website:n/a

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