• Ashun WU


    • Date of birth Jun 22, 1985
    • Turned Pro 2007
    • Residence Xiamen, Fujian
    • Family Single


He picked up golf when he was 17-years-old and made the decision to turn professional after playing the sport for about five years. When he is not playing golf, Wu counts playing basketball and computer games as his biggest hobbies. He represented his high school in basketball but dropped it as a career prospect as he felt he was too short to compete effectively. Learned the game from his brother, who is a single handicap golfer.

Career Highlights

  1. Wu finished tied 24th at the Asian Tour Qualifying School Finals in Malaysia at the end of 2007 to secure his playing rights for the 2008 season
  2. He initially struggled to find his feet on Tour, missing numerous cuts early in the season but showed glimpses of his potential with top-20 finishes at the Hero Honda Indian Open and Macau Open
  3. Much is expected from the young Chinese player in the future
  4. In 2009, he started the year strongly with a tied seventh finish at the season-opening Asian Tour International in Bangkok and followed that up with a tied fourth outing in the Singha Thailand Open
  5. He capped two top-20s in the Brunei Open and Macau Open and sealed his Tour card for the 2010 season with a commanding tied seventh place finish at the Mercuries Taiwan Masters
  6. He was also part of the WGC-HSBC Champions in Shanghai where he finished tied 70th.

Other wins

  1. Other wins: (3)
  2. 2012 Toshin Cup, Japan
  3. 2013 Heiwa PGM Championship, Japan
  4. 2015 Volvo China Open
  5. Amateur wins:
  6. 2006 All-China Games, Citic Forward Amateur Tour, Zhongshan Leg

Tournament Results

Tournament Pos R1 R2 R3 R4 Score TO PAR Earnings
Maybank Championship T48 71 73 73 69 286 -2 -

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