|Born||16 June 1969|
Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|Weight||70 kg (154 lb; 11 st 0 lb)|
|Current tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Highest ranking||43 (2 December 2012)|
|Number of wins by tour|
|Japan Golf Tour||18|
|Best results in major championships|
|Masters Tournament||CUT: 2011, 2013|
|PGA Championship||T56: 2009|
|U.S. Open||T51: 2012|
|The Open Championship||T41: 2005|
|Achievements and awards|
Hiroyuki Fujita (Japanese : 藤田寛之, born 16 June 1969) is a Japanese professional golfer.
Fujita has won 18 tournaments on the Japan Golf Tour and has featured in the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking, finishing in 48th position of the 2010 year-end Official World Golf Ranking. In 2012, Fujita won four tournaments on the Japan Golf Tour en route to winning the Order of Merit.
|Japan majors (3)|
|Other Japan Golf Tour (15)|
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of|
|1||14 Sep 1997||Suntory Open||−14 (68-68-66-72=274)||3 strokes||Masashi Ozaki|
|2||5 Aug 2001||Sun Chlorella Classic||−5 (71-73-71-68=283)||Playoff||Katsuyoshi Tomori|
|3||22 Dec 2002|
|Asia Japan Okinawa Open 1||−14 (67-68-67=202)*||3 strokes||Yūsaku Miyazato (a), Ted Purdy|
|4||28 Mar 2004||Token Homemate Cup||−3 (70-68-74-69=281)||2 strokes||Shingo Katayama, Charlie Wi|
|5||22 May 2005||Munsingwear Open KSB Cup||−18 (63-66-72-69=270)||3 strokes||Steven Conran, Tadahiro Takayama|
|6||11 May 2008||Pine Valley Beijing Open 1||−12 (67-65-72-72=276)||3 strokes||Shintaro Kai|
|7||26 Jul 2009||Nagashima Shigeo Invitational Sega Sammy Cup||−16 (69-68-69-66=272)||1 stroke||Kōki Idoki|
|8||23 Aug 2009||Kansai Open Golf Championship||−20 (69-66-61-68=264)||2 strokes||Tetsuji Hiratsuka, Tomohiro Kondo|
|9||25 April 2010||Tsuruya Open||−14 (66-66-67=199)*||Playoff||Toru Taniguchi|
|10||5 Dec 2010||Golf Nippon Series JT Cup||−15 (65-70-64-66=265)||1 stroke||Toru Taniguchi|
|11||4 Dec 2011||Golf Nippon Series JT Cup (2)||−10 (66-70-64=200)*||Playoff||Toru Taniguchi|
|12||22 Apr 2012||Tsuruya Open (2)||−15 (68-66-68-67=269)||4 strokes||Lee Kyoung-hoon|
|13||27 May 2012||Diamond Cup Golf||−14 (66-65-70-73=274)||3 strokes||Kiradech Aphibarnrat|
|14||16 Sep 2012||ANA Open||−16 (71-68-65-68=272)||1 stroke|| Kurt Barnes, Yuta Ikeda,|
Kim Hyung-sung, Liang Wenchong
|15||2 Dec 2012||Golf Nippon Series JT Cup (3)||−10 (61-66-68-67=262)||5 strokes||Han Lee, Toshinori Muto|
|16||27 Apr 2014||Tsuruya Open (3)||−4 (66-72-66-67=271)||Playoff||Park Sang-hyun|
|17||31 Aug 2014||RZ Everlasting KBC Augusta||−12 (71-66-74-65=276)||Playoff||Liang Wenchong|
|18||28 Sep 2014||Asia-Pacific Diamond Cup Golf 1(2)||−6 (68-71-73-66=278)||2 strokes|| Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Hur Suk-ho,|
*Note: Tournament shortened to 54 holes due to weather.
1Co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour
Japan Golf Tour playoff record (5–3)
|1||2001||Diamond Cup Tournament||Yuji Igarashi, Toshimitsu Izawa||Izawa won with par on first extra hole|
|2||2001||Sun Chlorella Classic||Katsuyoshi Tomori||Won with birdie on first extra hole|
|3||2008||The Crowns||Tomohiro Kondo||Lost to par on second extra hole|
|4||2010||Tsuruya Open||Toru Taniguchi||Won with birdie on third extra hole|
|5||2010||Coca-Cola Tokai Classic||Takashi Kanemoto, Michio Matsumura||Matsumura won with par on third extra hole|
Kanemoto eliminated by par on first hole
|6||2011||Golf Nippon Series JT Cup||Toru Taniguchi||Won with par on second extra hole|
|7||2014||Tsuruya Open||Park Sang-hyun||Won with par on first extra hole|
|8||2014||RZ Everlasting KBC Augusta||Liang Wenchong||Won with par on fifth extra hole|
|The Open Championship||T41||CUT||CUT||CUT||CUT||CUT|
CUT = missed the half-way cut
"T" indicates a tie for a place
Results not in chronological order before 2015.
QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
"T" = Tied
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