Ashun Wu from China wins the KLM Open at The International Golf Club in The Netherlands.
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Ashun won the KLM Open with a birdie at the last hole with a final round -4 under par 67 and a tournament total of -16 under par;
“Unbelievable this week, I am so happy, very happy today and thank you everyone.”
“It was beautiful weather this week too and a lot of good golf played here and I like this golf course very much.”
“We just fixed my swing at the beginning of the year and we still trust that we are going the right way.”
“My coach and I were working very hard and he has flown to the Czech Republic and Denmark to help me so I think we are getting better and better so that’s why I think last week was top ten and then this week just win.”
54 hole leader Chris Wood from England finished in second place that one shot back at -15 under par after a -2 under 69 last round;
“I am gutted, I just hung in there all day and hit a couple of bad shots but apart from two tee-shots I didn’t really miss a shot today.”
“Although I know I’m still trying to make a lot of changes with my swing this is tough to take at the minute.”
“I’m not one to look at what’s going on. I just try to stick to what I do, although I did have a quick look on the last to get an idea of what I needed to do and I was just trying to hole it.”
“My putting has been so good all week and it’s just a shame that it let me down at the last, I didn’t want to go back up the 18th.”
“I knew before that things were going in the right direction but when you get a chance to win you want to take it.”
Thomas Detry, Belgium, -5 under 66 today and Hideto Tanihara, Japan, -2 under 69, were third, another shot back at -14 under par.