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Suzuki
Suzuki
Class Novice
Age 55; 45 (HST)
From Japan
Height 5'2"
Weight 126 lbs
Likes Gags
Dislikes Quotas
Voiced by English:
Peter Dickson
Japanese:
Tomomichi Nishimura
Suzuki (スズキ) is a golfer who first appeared in Hot Shots Golf 2 as a starting character in the Japanese version. He has since appeared as a character in several other games of the series, including the tennis spin-offs, Hot Shots Tennis and Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip.

ProfileEdit

Hot Shot Fave

Suzuki is the chairman of the Hot Shots Golf Association. Originally just a Wall Street peon, Suzuki has somehow risen through the ranks to become the face of the Hot Shots Golf franchise. Suzuki is always ready with a joke or prank, and loves to pick up new gags from TV sitcoms. Old jokes, new jokes - he loves them all, and now he's back, funnier than ever!

Hot Shots TennisEdit

Note: the profile entries are taken from the European game, not the American one.

NormalEdit

Everybody's mate from Everybody's Golf, age 45 from Tokyo!  Surprisingly fast on his feet and a tenacious stroke player, he's not as young as he used to be.  Low salary, high lobs.

CostumeEdit

EGolf Style 2

Suzuki's chosen everybody's favourite golf shirt.  It's made to last and a comfy fit, which is why he's had years of use out of it.

StatsEdit

Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds Edit

  • Power: E- 239y
  • Control: C
  • Impact: A
  • Spin: B
  • Sidespin: C
  • Shot Type: Curve (Mid)
  • Strength: Sand Traps
  • Weakness: Nothing

Hot Shots Tennis Edit

  • Serve: D
  • Stroke: D
  • Volley: D
  • Impact: C
  • Footwork: C
  • Hand: Right
  • Tennis Tiers: Tennis Lv. 2 (Normal), Tennis Hopeful (Costume), Tennis Guru (Black)
In Hot Shots Tennis, Suzuki is an Intermediate character, and the lowest ranking one.  Suzuki is good at fast high lobs, but he runs out of stamina very quickly.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • He, along with Mel, are considered to be the series's mascots.
  • He appears in PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale as a background character in the Sandover Village stage.
  • In Hot Shots Tennis, he is aged 45, not 55.  That means that Hot Shots Tennis is set earlier in time.
  • In Suzuki's umpire description from Hot Shots Tennis, it is hinted that he may have once owned some of the courts that you play on.