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Wu putting for pride and prestige in Zhengzhou

By Shi Futian in Zhengzhou, Henan province | China Daily | Updated: 2018-05-17 07:49

Wu Tuxuan couldn't wait to tee off at the Asia Pacific Classic, which opened on Thursday at St Andrews in Zhengzhou.

The $300,000 co-sanctioned Asian Tour event, the fifth stop on the China Tour, is a rare opportunity for the 32-year-old to test himself against international opposition.

"Honestly speaking, when there are only Chinese players, I can never be that serious," said Wu in an exclusive interview with China Daily.

Wu putting for pride and prestige in Zhengzhou

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