Japan’s Yusaku Miyazato’s recent form suggests the 36-year-old is finally ready to step out of the shadow of his illustrious younger sister Ai in a year the former women’s number one confirmed would be her last as a professional.In a golfing family from Okinawa, Yusaku and elder brother Kiyoshi had to be content with reflected glory as “Ai-chan” scripted a glittering professional career that included nine LPGA Tour titles and 15 on the domestic circuit. Ai cited a lack of motivation as her reason for putting away her clubs but Yusaku, who won two titles in Japan this season, appears ready to keep the family flag flying as he targets a strong performance at this week’s U.S. Open in Wisconsin.”I really, really wanted… Next »
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