Hideki’s historic home win, Ortiz’s ball stuck in a tree, Air Force Captain earns Korn Ferry Tour st

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In The Good, Bad & Unusual, Teryn Gregson recaps Hideki Matsuyama’s historic win in his home country of Japan at the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP, where Carlos Ortiz tried to throw sticks to get his golf ball out of a tree and Joaquin Niemann came to his rescue a little too late, while Air Force Captain Kyle Westmoreland, Michael Visacki, Kirk Triplett’s son and more qualified for Korn Ferry Tour Final Stage.

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