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2007 China Unicom

China Unicom, Day 4: Payday

After a final round 2-over 74 — his only day over par for the tournament— Zhou Xun Shu (周训书) tumbled nine spots in the overall standings and finished tied for the 17th, at 3-under, in the China Unicom World Wind Tournament at Tian’an Golf Course in Beijing. Zhou finished 20 stokes behind runaway winner Lin Genji (林 基), of Taiwan, who up the course, starting with and opening round 59.

The World Wind tournament boasted an RMB 2.1 million purse, twice the size of a China Tour event, thus Zhou enjoyed his biggest payday as a pro: RMB 26,000 (US$3,400), before tax. View the final results here. More coverage here.

Zhou enjoys a week off before competing in the China Tour’s Guangzhou Leg June 21-24.

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China Unicom, Day 3: Cracking the top 10

Zhou Xun Shu (周训书) shot a 3-under-par 69 on Saturday — his best score ever in tournament play — to move into a tie for eighth place (5-under) with Huang Mingjie (黄明杰) heading into the final round of play in China Unicom’s World Wind Tournament at Tian’an Golf Course in Beijing. The duo sit 13 strokes behind the leader Lin Genji (林 基), of Taiwan, who now only stands three strokes ahead of Lian Wenchong (梁文冲), who fired a third-round 65.

Download the leaderboard here and view Sina’s Chinese language coverage of the tournament here.