Wade Ormsby wins by a shot
Wade Ormsby wins UBS Hong Kong tournament by a shot over Julian Suri, Paul Peterson, Rafa Cabrera Bello, and Alexander Bjork for his first victory in 264 starts on the European Tour. This victory made him the second Australian of the day with a win, another being Cameron Davis who won Australian Open, making him eligible for 147th The Open, just hours before Ormsby.
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Ormsby posted two-under 68 for the day consisting four birdies and two bogeys, despite a late bogey on the 18th he was able to pull it off for the win, taking his total to 11-under 269.
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Tied for the second place by a shot at 10-under 270 are Julian Suri, Paul Peterson, Rafa Cabrera Bello, and Alexander Bjork, where Rafa finished runner-up at the event last year too. Julian Suri posted four-under 66 for the day consisting five birdies and a bogey, Peterson posted three-under 67 with a bogey-free round, Rafa posted one-under 69 consisting three birdies and two bogeys and Bjork who joined the leader for three days SSP Chawrasia for a short while managed to post two-under 68 consisting six birdies and four birdies today for a share of the second place on the board.
SSP Chawrasia misses it big time
Chawrasia led the field for whole three days and even today he was on fire for good eight holes but a triple-bogey on the 9th saw him going down for a share of seventh-place and too late to recover. Chawrasia posted two-over 72 consisting five birdies, four bogeys, and a triple-bogey, all four bogeys came on his back nines where he posted bogeys on the 11th, 12th, 14th, and 15th holes.
Chawrasia at eight-under 272 now shares seventh place with Miguel Angel Jimenez and Micah Lauren Shin who recently won at Resorts World Manila Masters.
Following the champion, Ormsby is Tommy Fleetwood who finished the event for a sixth place on the board with a final round bogey-free 69 for a total score of nine-under 271.
For a share of 10th place on the board, the list consists of Shubhankar Sharma, Kiradech Aphibarnarat, Clement Sordet, Justin Rose, James Morrison, and Thomas Detry at seven-under 273.