HONG KONG - Australia's Wade Ormsby won the Hong Kong Open Sunday as Rafael Cabrera-Bello suffered heartbreak on the final green for the second year in a row. Ormsby, playing in the penultimate pair, had bogeyed the difficult 18th hole and left Cabrera-Bello needing only a par to force a playoff. But a poor bunker shot by the Spanish left him too much to do with his putt, which rolled inches wide to hand the Australian his first European Tour title -- 13 years after he started playing on the circuit. "Unbelievable to be honest ... 280-odd starts on the European Tour, and a first win means a lot to me," said Ormsby. "The first, I look at is Greg Norman's so that's cool -- I'm a bit emotional," he said. Americans Paul Peterson and Julian Suri, and Swede Alexander Bjork, also finished on 10 under par.–AFP