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Nasa Hataoka

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Born
1999 (23 years old)

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Ibaraki, Japan

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LPGA Tour Ladies Golfers

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Latest Results
CME Group Tour Championship18 Nov 2021
Walmart NW Arkansas Championship26 Sep 2021
Marathon LPGA Classic presented by Dana11 Jul 2021
U.S. Womens Open06 Jun 2021
Gainbridge LPGA at Boca Rio Final Round26 Jan 2020

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Nasa Hataoka (born 13 January 1999) is a Japanese professional golfer.

As an amateur, Hataoka won the 2016 Japan Women's Open Golf Championship, a major tournament on the LPGA of Japan Tour. She was the youngest player and first amateur to win an JLPGA major. She turned professional after her victory and competed in the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. She finished 14th to earn her LPGA Tour card for 2017.

In 2017, Hataoka played on both the LPGA Tour and LPGA of Japan Tour. On the LPGA Tour, she made 9 cuts in 17 events and finished 140th on the money list, losing her card. On the LPGA of Japan Tour, she won two events, including a second Japan Women's Open, and finished 14th on the money list. She again competed in the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament, finishing first to re-earn her LPGA Tour card for 2018.

Playing almost exclusively on the LPGA Tour in 2018, Hataoka won two events, the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship and the Toto Japan Classic, which was co-sanctioned with the JLPGA. Her Toto Japan Classic win took her into the top 10 of the Women's World Golf Rankings. At the 2018 KPMG Women's PGA Championship, Hataoka lost in a playoff to Park Sung-hyun. She also finished tied for 10th at the 2018 U.S. Women's Open. She finished the season 5th on the money list and 3rd on the Race to the CME Globe.

On March 31, 2019 Hataoka won the Kia Classic at Aviara, closing with a 5-under-par 67 to clinch a three-stroke victory.


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