WATCH: Hideki Matsuyama stuns golf fans with this clip from the range!

Hideki Matsuyama's left-handed golf swing has drawn the envy of golf fans. 

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Wed, 10 May 2023
WATCH: Hideki Matsuyama stuns golf fans with this clip from the range!

Hideki Matsuyama is just very good at golf. Afterall, he's a former Masters champion. 

He has already achieved a great deal on the PGA Tour and no doubt will in the future providing he can keep the injuries at bay. 

Matsuyama is back in action on tour this week and is in the field for the AT&T Byron Nelson. 

He's one of a handful of big names left in the field at TPC Craig Ranch after Jordan Spieth was forced to withdraw with an injury to his wrist

Japanese superstar Matsuyama has already been practicing and even decided to go lefty. 

I mean, look at this:

Matsuyama's struggles

Matsuyama has struggled in 2023. He was forced to sit out the Wells Fargo Championship

Before that he had to skip the WGC Match Play with a neck injury which led to doubts about whether he would compete at the 87th Masters. 

The injury problems began last March when he played at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill. 

There, he explained: 

"Every time I played golf it was — the pain was coming back. So I've been working with the doctors, too, and I've been getting some good advice, so I feel like it's getting better and better."

Matsuyama, who reportedly was one of the biggest names to resist the temptation to sign for LIV Golf, posted a T-16 finish at Augusta National. 

Judging by the lefty swing, it looks as if he is healthier than ever. 

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