Bae Sang-moon (37, Kiwoom Securities), who has come to the domestic stage after a long time, aims for the championship while maintaining good condition.
Bae Bae Sang-moon recorded 1 over par 73 in the second round of the ‘Korea Championship BY GENESIS’ held at Jack Nicklaus GCK in Songdo, Incheon on the 28th.
With this, he recorded a total of 3 under par 142 in the 1st and 2nd rounds, and was tied for 24th place to prepare for the 3rd round.
Bae Sang-moon,온라인카지노 who shines with 14 personal wins (9 wins in Korea, 2 wins in the PGA Tour, 3 wins in the Japan Tour), has appeared on the Korean stage for about a year and seven months since the 37th Shinhan Donghae Open in 2021. Accordingly, following the first round held the previous day, a considerable number of fans flocked to this second round to realize Bae Sang-moon’s popularity.
Bae Sang-moon, who finished the round, stood in the mixed zone with a bright smile.
In his impressions after the game, Bae Sang-moon said, “Today was the best day of the week. Maybe that’s why I was ahead of myself, but I couldn’t keep up with my expectations. It’s a pity he didn’t catch a lot of birdies, but I think he’ll be able to carry on well over the weekend.”
I can’t help but talk about the birdie on the 18th hole. Bae Sang-moon laughed and said, “Jack Nicklaus GCK’s 18th hole is ‘Bae Sang-moon Hole'” and then said, “The pin position today was almost the same as the pin position I made a mistake in the 2015 Presidents Cup. He said to his caddy, ‘I need to get revenge today’. He looked back and said, “The shots were similar, and I had a lot of thoughts about the old days.”
Rain is predicted for round 3. Regarding this, “I think the rain forecast is rather good news for mid-level players. Even in the wind and rain, I want to prepare my shots well and do well until the moving day and the final round. I think I know the characteristics of this course better than anyone, so I will do my best.”
Finally, Bae Sang-moon said about his plans for this season, “I plan to focus on the PGA Tour without being active on the Korn Ferry Tour. I found out in January of this year that I was eligible to participate in the International Series, and although I had to travel quite a bit, I participated in order to continue to maintain my performance.” After this tournament, I will go back to the US and participate in the PGA Tour ‘AT&T Byron Nelson’ in two weeks.”