Ai is the youngest sister of three brothers who is active in professional golfer. The origin of her name is “To Get the Top”, since first word out of the dictionary when her father looked up “Ai” in the dictionary that because of dictionaries usually arrange keywords in alphabetical order. And Second Brother, Yusaku went to Tohoku Welfare University of the golf royalty, then he had took an active part in Amateur Golf, Ai also wanted to follow her brother, and she decided to go to the Tohoku High School in same area as brother’s university. Yusaku’s activity was introduced by a lot of media, and both of Yusaku and Ai were introduced and called “Genius Brother & Sister” on all over the country when Ai also begun to made it high up in the professional contest by Amateur Athlete.

Q & A

  1. Years as a professional

    2 years

  2. o you have any other special talents

    Play the guitar and basketball

  3. Number of years participating in your sport

    16 year

  4. To me, Oakley is

    An essential part of my life, as is golf

  5. If you were not a pro golfer you would be

    Go into the sports industry work

  6. What are your favorite songs currently loaded onto your Thump

    Greg David and Destiny Child

  7. When did you start your sport

    When I was 4 years old

  8. Who / What inspires you

    Annika Sorenstam

  9. What is more important to you than golfing


Ai Miyazato

Date of Birth:
June 19, 1985
Okinawa, Japan
JAL and Suntory
Enjoys watching movies and listening to music in her down time.

Career Highlights

    • 2002 Pusan Asian Games, Gold Medal
    • 2003 Japan Junior Cup, Victory
    • Japan Amateur Golf Cup, Victory
    • Miyagi TV Cup, Dunlop Open, Victory
    • 2004 Five Wins
    • No.2 player on the money list
    • Total earnings were over one hundred million in JPY
    • 2005 The 1st Women�s World Cup of Golf, Victory
    • AU Tour ANZ Ladies Masters, 2nd place
    • Japan Ladies Open Golf Tournament, Victory
    • 2006 Ginn Clubs & Resorts Open, 5th tie
    • McDonald�s LPGA Championship Presented by Coca-Cola,
    • Konica Minolta Cup, Japan Ladies Golf Tournament, Victory ADP Championship, 4th place