Bae Sang-moon (37) dreams of a revival on the Asian Tour.
Bae Sang-moon will participate in the Asian Tour International Series Oman (total prize money of 2 million dollars), which will be held at the Muscat Al Muz Golf Club in Oman for four days from the 9th.
Bae Sang-moon, who won two career victories on the PGA Tour, was a star representing Korean men’s golf. However, he enlisted in the military in 2015, was discharged in August 2017, and returned to the PGA Tour in October, but lost his PGA Tour seed as he failed to achieve significant results. Bae Sang-moon, who failed to obtain a card for the Korn Ferry Tour, the second part of the tour, turned to the Asian Tour, which was the last bastion, but failed to secure a seed even in the Asian Tour Qualifying Tournament held in Thailand last month.
However, Bae Sang-moon can participate in this tournament as a former Ryder Cup or Presidents Cup player. Having played an active role as a representative of the international team at the Presidents Cup held in Songdo, Incheon in 2015, he expressed his determination to succeed in a comeback by participating in the US tour and Asian tour international series this year. Bae Sang-moon has also applied for participation in the International Series Qatar competition, which will be held for four days from the 16th.
He improved his performance while training in Bangkok, Thailand, and said, “My condition is gradually improving.” 카지노사이트
The level of players in the International Series is not low. Not only Bae Sang-moon, but also world-class players active in LIV Golf applied for participation in order to raise their world rankings. ‘Big names’ such as Brooks Koepka (USA), who has won 4 major championships, and Sergio Garcia (Spain) will come out.
Bae Sang-moon will play the first and second rounds with Brandon Grace (South Africa) and Peter Yulein (USA), who played an active part in LIV Golf last year.
Among Korean players, a large number of leading players such as Kim Bio (33), Seo Yo-seop (27), Park Sang-hyun (40), Ok Tae-hun (25), Kim Min-gyu (22), Jang Jang-geun (30), Lee Tae-hee (39), Moon Gyeong-jun (41) participated. do.