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TokyoMitaka CityBackground..父親がゴルフのレッスンプロだったことから10歳で自身もゴルフを始めるSince his father was a golf lesson professional, he started playing golf at the age of XNUMX..Mitaka City No. XNUMX Junior High SchoolThroughKomaba Gakuen High SchoolEnrolled in.
In high school, he was active in the golf club and won the Kanto High School Golf Championship Tokyo Tournament for the third consecutive year.To stand out by winning the championship.
In 2008Nihon UniversityGo on to school. In 2009, he was selected as an amateur golf representative from Japan and was selected as a four-country team championship (Japan, Japan.Australia,カナダ,New ZealandCompetitive battle, atMontreal【 カナダ]) Participated in 3rd place..また、学生日本一を決める2009年In XNUMX, the number one student in Japan will be decided.Asahi Cup Competition Japan Student Golf ChampionshipThen I won.
In 2010, the Eisenhower Trophy World Amateur Golf Team Championship (アルゼンチン) As a representative of Japan..その年の秋にはIn the fall of that year2010 Asian Games(People's Republic of China-Guangzhou) Elected to represent Japan..このアジア競技大会日本代表メンバーには男子のThe members of the Japanese national team for this Asian Games are boysHideki Matsuyama, Women'sMamiko HigaとNatsuka HoriWore.. Also in 2010JGTO Challenge TournamentAs an amateur, he won the Hatoyama Country Club GMA Challenge Tournament in August, overtaking tour pros...チャレンジツアーでのアマチュア優勝は前身のグローイングツアーを含めてもAmateur championships on the Challenge Tour include the predecessor Growing TourShingo KatayamaIt was also the second grandeur since then..このような好成績を収めたにもかかわらず、日本大学では監督と馬が合わず、レギュラーになれなかったため、2010年限りで中途退学するDespite such good results, Nihon University dropped out of school only in XNUMX because the director and horse did not match and could not become regular... 2011年度のXNUMXJapan Golf Tour OrganizationParticipated in a qualifying tournament to qualify for an official competition, finished 42nd and turned professional.
Two years after becoming a pro (2, 2011), the tour did not win, but in 2012Japan Golf Tour ChampionshipでXu Sin Ho(SK Ho,South Korea),(Kingdom of Thailand) To win the first victory as a professional player.
Since his first victory, he has won one victory every year, especially in 1.Japan OpenThen.Yuta IkedaI went around in the final group on the final day and got the crown at the end of the close battle.
2018 years,MastersFirst appearance in, qualifying breakthrough (28th place Thailand).翌週のNext weekRBC HeritageThe fifth Japanese player to win the playoffs withPGA TourBecame a tournament winner..The victory in the 15th game is the fastest Japanese record, surpassing the 26th game achieved by Hideki Matsuyama. PGAツアー大会優勝資格で出場したゴルフ日本シリーズでは石川遼らとのプレーオフ1ホール目でパーを決め優勝したIn the Golf Nippon Series, which was qualified to win the PGA Tour tournament, he won the par with Ryo Ishikawa and others in the first hole of the playoffs..
Professional championship (9)
PGA Tour Winner (1)
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Under par||Difference from second place||2 bit|
|1||15Apr||RBC Heritage||73-63-70-66 = 272||−12||Playoff|
PGA Tour Playoffs Record (1–0)
|1||2018||RBC Heritage||3rd hole, birdie win|
Japan Tour Winner (7)
|No.||Date||Tournament||Score||Difference from second place||2nd place (Thailand)|
|1||23 June||Japan Golf Tour Championship||–14 (70-64-70-70 = 274)||1 stroke||, Xu Sin Ho|
|2||3 August||Dunlop Srixon Fukushima Open||–16 (72-68-64-68 = 272)||2 strokes|| Inamori Yuki, Hiroshi Iwata,|
|3||18 October||Japan Open Golf Championship||–13 (71-62-70-72 = 275)||1 stroke||Yuta Ikeda|
|4||23 October||Bridgestone Open||–14 (75-66-62-67 = 270)||1 stroke|
|5||1 October||Top Cup Tokai Classic||–14 (67-68-70-69 = 274)||1 stroke||Takamitsu Tokimatsu|
|6||November 12 2017||Sumitomo Mitsui VISA Pacific Masters||–18 (63-72-70-65 = 270)||3 strokes||Miyazato Yusaku|
|7||2 Dec 2018||Golf Japan Series JT Cup||-8 (66-74-68-64 = 272)||Playoff||Ryo Ishikawa, Yellow|
Japan Tour Playoffs Record (1–0)
|1||2018||Golf Japan Series JT Cup||Ryo Ishikawa, Yellow||The first hole is 1 on.Ishikawa, Huang Parpat did not enter.小平パーで優勝Winner of Kodaira Par|
AbemaTV Tour Winner (1)
- 2012 PGA JGTO challenge Cup II in Boso
CUT = half way cut
"T" = Rank Thailand
World Golf Championship
|Match play championship||T59|
|Bridgestone Invitation Championship||T65||T47|
In fact, he is a "Hanshin fan of the professional golfer world" known to those in the know.[Source required]
- ^ a b (PDF) Public Relations Mitaka No.1362 September 2007, 9 Issue
- ^ a b Satoshi Kodaira, 23-year-old rising star is the first V / men's golf Nikkan Sports April 2013, 6
- ^ a b c (PDF) Japan Olympic Committee
- ^ 2009 (12th) Four-Country Team Championship Japan Golf Association
- ^ World Amateur Team Championship Golfstat
- ^ Hatoyama Country Club / GMA Challenge Tournament ALBA.NET August 2010, 08
- ^ Amateur Satoshi Kodaira wins "I want to get closer to Shunsuke Sonoda of the same generation" ALBA.NET August 2010, 08
- ^ "Rebelliousness and honest heart Two qualities of Satoshi Kodaira who won the US tour”(Japanese). Golf digest online. 2019/8/10Browse.
- ^ Abe, Kodaira, and two promising male professionals are born! Golf Digest Online September 2010, 12
- ^ 23-year-old Kodaira wins first victory with 14 under tour championship Nihon Keizai Shimbun January 2013, 6
- ^ Satoshi Kodaira fights fiercely with Yuta Ikeda and wins for the first time! Golf Digest Online September 2015, 10
- ^ "Satoshi Kodaira is in front of his wife Miho Koga V "I'm really happy to win when I'm there" / Domestic boys”. Sanspo.com. 2017/12/1Browse.
- ^ "Satoshi Kodaira wins US tour for the first time XNUMXth Japanese player / US boy”. Sanspo.com. 2018/4/16Browse.
- ^ [Japan S] Satoshi Kodaira wins Miho Koga "Make more" PO defeats Ryo Ishikawa and Jung-Gon Huang -Sports report, viewed April 2018, 12