The European Tour is back at it.
The lads from across the pond traveled to the other side of the world this past week for the UBS Hong Kong Open.
When the final putts dropped on Sunday, it was journeyman Wade Ormsby picking up his first-ever victory, shooting 11-under par.
“It means a lot to me,” said a tearful Ormsby. “I’ve played a lot of golf in Europe, everywhere, and a few bumps along the way but it’s pretty cool to get a win this late in your career.
“I didn’t think it would take this long but first one’s always pretty special. I said at the start of last year, I want to play a Major and win a tournament before my career is done so I’ve done both those things this year. I’m really happy about that.”
American Julian Suri, who had a breakthrough year in 2017, finished tied for second at 10-under par.
Race To Dubai winner Tommy Fleetwood got right back into action and finished in a tie for sixth at nine-under.
Amazing feat of the week came in the final round when 53-year-old Miguel Angel Jimenez shot 63 to finish in a tie for seventh.
His 63 was also only the third time someone over the age of 50 has shot 63 or lower, with the Spanish legend having already achieved the feat at the 2014 Turkish Airlines Open, and Bernhard Langer being the other man to do so at the 2008 Hong Kong Open.
“I love to come here,” Jiménez said. “This golf course always makes me feel good because you need to play the game here. It’s not only about hitting it hard, you also need to control the ball. I was hitting the ball so well today and really enjoying myself out there.”