Sang Moon Bae Gets Lucky At The Open

Posted: Oct 13 2014, 6:17am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 13 2014, 7:31am CDT, in News | Latest Sports News


Bae Sang-moon Gets Lucky at the Open
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Bae Sang-moon has beaten Steven Bowditch. He won the Open and the victory came with just two shots.

Bae won the PGA Tour event and this makes it his second PGA Tour victory. He claimed the victory with just two shots at the Open in Cali. The South Korean has hit different forms in the past months and it came as a surprise to a lot of people when he ended up winning the PGA Tour. 

This man once failed to get a single top 10 finish in the AT&T Byron Nelson Championship last year. Bae had a stroke of luck and he fired more than 70. In his final round, he was one over par 73. But the South Korean made sure that his Australian opponent didn’t get more chances. 

Bae came into the last round with a four shot lead. After Bae’s victory, he told the reporters that he didn’t feel like he was going to win in the last round. He said that he had those final round jitters. 

The South Korean claims that he was very frustrated and this was because of his bad score. He said that he was good enough but his performance and his score didn’t show that. He was very anxious and nervous in the final round. 

As Bae reached the turn in 35, he looked to be cruising. He had two birdies and a bogey. He birdied 12 as he had three bogeys in four holes from 11 to 14. This was when the South Korean saw his opponent come into pressure. 

Now Bae has become the third person from his country that has registered more than one win on the PGA Tour. Bae also said that in some weeks you feel confident that you are going to finish third but then again in some weeks you get really frustrated. 

He also told the reporters that he always thinks that he could have done an even better job in the tournaments. Even when he is winning, he keeps thinking how he could have improved his game.

Source: DailyMail

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