Men's golf Hideki Matsuyama traveled to the U.S. to participate in the tour.
Hideki Matsuyama, a men's golf player who had returned to Japan temporarily due to the new coronavirus, left for the United States on the 28th to prepare for the US tour that will resume next month.
Matsuyama, who has scored five victories in the US tour, returned to Japan in late March because the tour was interrupted due to the spread of the new coronavirus.
According to the management office, after returning to Japan, after 2 weeks of self-isolation, I had to prepare for infection prevention measures and adjust at domestic practice areas and courses, but the US tour will resume next month. Therefore, on the evening of the 28th, I departed from Narita Airport for America.
Matsuyama will not participate in the first match after the tour restarts starting on the 11th of next month, and he plans to consider which competition he will participate in after confirming the situation after doing two weeks of voluntary isolation in the United States. ..
Matsuyama said, “Currently, there are many uncertainties in terms of life, but I am worried about it, but I would like to prepare fully for the match. While trying to prevent infection, I hope that good news will be delivered to domestic and overseas fans. I want to do my best ".