Sentosa, Singapore December 15: A Tour card is not the be-all and end-all, evident from the achievements of many golfers who did not earn exempt status for 2017.
November 27: Here’s what Wade Ormsby had in his bag when he won the 2017 UBS Hong Kong Open.
Fiji, August 19: Australian Wade Ormsby rode on a hot putter to sign for the day’s lowest round of six-under-par 66 and grab the outright lead by one shot following the penultimate round of the Fiji International on Saturday.
May 30: Australia’s Wade Ormsby and China’s Li Hao-tong will make their Major debut after qualifying for the U.S. Open at the sectional qualifier in England on Monday.
September 13: Asian Tour member Wade Ormsby of Australia struck a hole-in-one in the third round of the KLM Open for a second consecutive four-under-par 68 to stay three shots back from co-leaders Lee Slattery of England and Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain on Saturday.
September 12: Asian Tour member Wade Ormsby of Australia signed for a second round two-under-par 68 to trial leader Soren Kjeldsen of Denmark by one shot at the KLM Open on Friday.
March 25: Watch this feature on Australian golfer and one-time Asian Tour winner Wade Ormsby of Australia, who loves fast cars as much as making birdies on the course.
New Delhi, November 5: Siddikur Rahman of Bangladesh will return to competitive golf at the Panasonic Open India after being side-lined by an injury which hospitalised him for 15 days.
New Delhi, October 24: Australia’s Wade Ormsby believes good rest will be the perfect tonic for his title defence at the US$300,000 Panasonic Open India which starts from November 6 to 9.
March 17: Asian Tour winner, Wade Ormsby, emerged as the top Australian player when he fired a four-under-par 68 to close on tied-fifth place at the Trophee Hassan II.