|Born||12 October 1951|
Kagawa Prefecture, Japan
|Height||1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)|
|Weight||68 kg (150 lb; 10.7 st)|
|Former tour(s)||Japan Golf Tour|
|Number of wins by tour|
|Japan Golf Tour||16|
|Best results in major championships|
|Masters Tournament||T45: 1981|
|The Open Championship||T10: 1976|
Norio Suzuki (鈴木 規夫, Suzuki Norio, born 12 October 1951) is a Japanese professional golfer.
Suzuki won 16 tournaments on the Japan Golf Tour and ranks 11th on the career victories list.
|No.||Date||Tournament||Winning score||Margin of|
|1||11 Jul 1974||Kyusyu Open||+2 (74-69-73-74=290)||5 strokes||Kenji Ueda|
|2||1 Jun 1975||Dunlop Tournament||−10 (68-73-67-70=278)||2 strokes||Mya Aye|
|3||18 Jul 1975||Kyusyu Open (2)||−5 (70-70-70-73=283)||4 strokes||Katsuji Yanagita|
|4||16 May 1976||Fujisankei Classic||−9 (71-70-72-66=279)||Playoff||Lu Liang-Huan|
|5||16 Jul 1976||Kyusyu Open (3)||−3 (74-72-71-68=285)||Playoff||Katsuji Yanagita|
|6||25 Jul 1976||Shizuoka Open||−11 (71-72-67-67=277)||1 stroke||Lu Liang-Huan|
|7||17 Jul 1977||Kyusyu Open (4)||−4 (71-71-68-74=284)||6 strokes||Tetsuhiro Ueda|
|8||16 Jul 1978||Kyusyu Open (5)||+5 (71-73-78-71=293)||6 strokes||Yurio Akitomi, Satoshi Ichinose|
|9||18 Nov 1979||Taiheiyo Club Masters||−8 (73-69-67-71=280)||2 strokes|| Rod Curl, Bill Rogers,|
|10||22 Jun 1980||Pepsi-Wilson Tournament||−12 (68-68-71-69=276)||1 stroke||Isao Aoki|
|11||10 Aug 1980||Mizuno Tournament||−20 (64-69-68-65=266)||6 strokes||Yoshikazu Yokoshima|
|12||21 Sep 1980||Hiroshima Open||−12 (71-69-68-68=276)||4 strokes|| Isao Aoki, Chen Tze-ming,|
|13||16 Nov 1980||Toshiba Taiheiyo Masters (2)||−6 (73-68-70-71=282)||Playoff||Masashi Ozaki|
|14||23 Aug 1981||Kansai Pro Championship||−10 (64-69-73-72=278)|
|15||5 Sep 1982||Kyusyu Open (6)||+3 (71-72-77-71=291)||2 strokes||Kinpachi Yoshimura|
|16||19 Sep 1982||ANA Sapporo Open||−10 (74-63-69-72=278)|
Japan Golf Tour playoff record (3–0)
|1||1976||Fujisankei Classic||Lu Liang-Huan||Won with par on fifth extra hole|
|2||1976||Kyusyu Open||Katsuji Yanagita|
|3||1980||Toshiba Taiheiyo Masters||Masashi Ozaki||Won after concession on first extra hole|
|The Open Championship||T10||T26||T19|
Note: Suzuki only played in the Masters Tournament and The Open Championship.
"T" indicates a tie for a place
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