HIDEKI MATSUYAMA aims to be the first Japanese golf star to win a Masters major tonight.

The 29-year-old has amassed a healthy fortune during his golfer career that could grow even bigger by the end of the game tonight.


Hideki Matsuyama leads the Masters with four strokes going into the final dayPhoto credit: EPA

What is Hideki Matsuyama’s net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Matsuyama’s net worth is approximately $ 25 million (£ 18.2 million).

Hideki started playing golf at the age of four and his commitment to the sport has more than paid off.

The Japanese star has achieved several PGA Tour victories over the course of his career, most recently in 2017 with the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

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However, his highest place in a major was when he finished second at the US Open in 2017.

Matsuyama’s best result at a Masters was in 2015 when he finished the tournament in fifth place.

Where is Hideki Matsuyama currently on The Masters?

Matsuyama sits nicely at the top of the leaderboard as the final day of the Masters begins later.

He shot a brilliant third round without a bogey without a 65 and jumped Justin Rose to first place with 11 under par.

Rose is now in second place along with three other players as Matsuyama has the chance to make history as the first Japanese player to win a major.

Matsuyama’s final round of the Masters starts TODAY at 7.44pm UK time