Ashun did not start playing golf until he was 17 and learned the game from his brother, a single-figure handicapper. He became the first Chinese player to win on the Japan Golf Tour in his first of two victories, before progressing to the Asian Tour. Wu was also the first Chinese player to win on home soil on the European Tour when he captured the 2015 Volvo China Open, before winning his second tour event at the 2016 Lyoness Open and then adding another record to his repertoire by becoming the first Chinese player to win three times on the tour, claiming the 2018 KLM Open title. Ashun Wu is ranked 177th in the world and will be making his 9th appearance at the WGC-HSBC Champions, his best result is a T-14.
Height: 183 CM