Shigeki Maruyama is the most successful Japanese golfer to ever play on the PGA
TOUR. In fact, he is the only Japanese-born player with multiple victories on the
PGA TOUR. In addition to his great playing ability, Maruyama's ever-present smile
has made him a crowd favorite.
Look for Shigeki Maruyama in U.S. and international events using Bridgestone golf
balls and equipment.
PGA TOUR Wins (3)
2003 Chrysler Classic of Greensboro.
2002 Verizon Byron Nelson Classic.
2001 Greater Milwaukee Open.
Japan Golf Tour Wins (10)
2009 Golf Nippon Series JT Cup.
1999 Bridgestone Open.
1998 PGA Philanthropy Tournament.
1997 Golf Nippon Series Hitachi Cup.
1997 Japan PGA Match-Play Championship Promise Cup.
1997 Japan PGA Championship.
1997 Yomiuri Open.
1996 Bridgestone Open.
1995 Bridgestone Open.
1993 Pepsi Ube Kosan Open.
- 2011 -
T7 Sony Open
- 2009 -
T10 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am
- 2007 -
T2 Ginn sur Mer Classic,
T7 Wyndham Championship
- 2006 -
T9 Reno-Tahoe Open,
3 B.C. Open,
T5 Buick Championship,
T6 EDS Byron Nelson Championship
- 2005 -
T6 Michelin Championship,
2 Chrysler Classic,
T7 John Deere Classic,
T6 EDS Byron Nelson Championship,
T3 Sony Open
- 2004 -
T10 WGC-World Cup,
T6 Deutsche Bank Championship,
T4 U.S. Open,
T7 EDS Byron Nelson Championship,
T6 Bay Hill Invitational,
2 Nissan Open,
T4 Buick Invitational
- 2003 -
T7 World Golf Championships-World Cup,
Winner Chrysler Classic of Greensboro,
3 Southern Farm Bureau Classic,
T7 Sony Open
- 2002 -
Winner WGC-EMC World Cup,
T5 British Open,
T4 Memorial Tournament,
Winner Verizon Byron Nelson Classic,
T4 Shell Houston Open,
T6 Touchstone Energy Tucson Open
- 2001 -
Winner Greater Milwaukee Open,
T7 Canon Greater Hartford Open,
T5 MasterCard Colonial,
T5 WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship
- Member of two President's Cup teams (1998, 2000)
- Member of four World Cup teams (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)
- Teamed with Toshi Izawa to win 2002 EMC World Cup
- Winner of 10 international events on Japanese soil