Wood carried a one shot advantage into the final round but could not hold on in Holland

  • Chris Wood paid price for double bogey on back nine to just miss out on play-off
  • He held one-shot lead into final round and was on course for fourth tour title
  • Wu Ashun took advantage of slip up to claim win by one stroke at 16 under par

By PRESS ASSOCIATION REPORTER
PUBLISHED: 13:45 EDT, 16 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:47 EDT, 16 September 2018

Chris Wood paid the price for a double bogey on the back nine as Wu Ashun held his nerve to win the KLM Open.

Wood, who took a one-shot lead into the final round, was on course for a fourth European Tour title after opening up a three-stroke advantage in Spijk.

But he dropped two shots on the 12th hole and Wu took advantage to claim victory by a single stroke on 16 under par.

Wood carried a one shot advantage into the final round but could not hold on in Holland
Wood carried a one shot advantage into the final round but could not hold on in Holland

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