Ashun Wu
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Recent Results

tournament date total score
Volvo China Open 26/04/2015 279
WGC-HSBC Champions 09/11/2014 284
BMW Masters 02/11/2014 294

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China’s Ashun Wu took best advantage of Zander Lombard’s Day 4 slide, rallying to win the Lyoness Open by one stroke, firing a 13-under 275 in France on Sunday.

It’s Wu’s second European Tour title. He shot a 3-under 69 to go with his 7-under 65 on Saturday. He made up considerable ground on the front nine by firing six…

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Haotong Li became the second young Asian player to score a win on the European Tour in two weeks, firing a final-round 64 to win the Volvo China Open by three strokes on Sunday.

Just 20 years old, Li follows Korea’s Soomin Lee, 22, into the winner’s circle. He became the second Chinese national to win the China Open in…

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Justin Rose turned his win at the Zurich Classic into a three-rung jump in the latest Official World Golf Rankings, rising to No. 6 in the world. Rose is right back where he started the year.

Rose’s rise dropped Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, and Adam Scott each one spot in the rankings. Europe now has three of the top six…

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David Howell’s miss on an eight-foot par putt that would have forced a playoff gave the Volvo China Open title to Wu Ashun on Sunday in Shanghai.

Wu is the first Chinese player to ever win an European Tour title on his home soil, finishing at 9-under for the tournament, one stroke ahead of Howell.

Wu and Howell were part of…

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The defending champion, the Day 1 leader, and two local favorites are all tied at 8-under after 54 holes complete at the Volvo China Open in Shanghai.

Defending champion Alexander Levy , England’s David Howell, and China’s Ashun Wu and Hao-tong Li are all tied for first and two strokes ahead of the rest of the field after Saturday’s action.

Howell…

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