Wade Ormsby waits for his turn to putt at the Hong Kong Open in Fanling on Saturday. Photo: Dickson LeeWade Ormsby waits for his turn to putt at the Hong Kong Open in Fanling on Saturday. Photo: Dickson Lee
Wade Ormsby waits for his turn to putt at the Hong Kong Open in Fanling on Saturday. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong Open: Wade Ormsby inches closer to a wire-to-wire triumph as big guns vow to go out blazing on final day

  • Australian shoots a second straight 66 to move to 13 under par after three rounds of the Hong Kong Open
  • American Tony Finau surges into contention with a five-under-par 65 to move into a share of ninth position
Topic |   Hong Kong Open
Wade Ormsby waits for his turn to putt at the Hong Kong Open in Fanling on Saturday. Photo: Dickson LeeWade Ormsby waits for his turn to putt at the Hong Kong Open in Fanling on Saturday. Photo: Dickson Lee
Wade Ormsby waits for his turn to putt at the Hong Kong Open in Fanling on Saturday. Photo: Dickson Lee
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