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Topic - Bae Sang-Moon
Bae Sang-moon and Charlie Beljan both have redemption on their minds at Riviera.
HONOLULU (AP) — If the first round of the Sony Open was any indication, it pays to get to paradise early.
HONOLULU (AP) — Sang-Moon Bae got off to a great start in pristine conditions along the shores of Oahu. Chris Kirk had an ideal finish.
Sang-Moon Bae won the Byron Nelson Championship on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title, beating Keegan Bradley by two strokes after blowing a four-stroke lead.
A move down the California coast hasn't changed a thing for Fredrik Jacobson.
To chase his dream, K.J. Choi had to climb a mountain.
Hunter Mahan is making it look easy on Dove Mountain's undulating greens in the Match Play Championship.
"I couldn't play well after this win. So I'm trying hard," said Bae, with no top 10s in 27 tournaments since last May at the Nelson. "I had a little bit of pressure and a little stress too, because I worked really hard. ... Just playing, just practice, stay patient."
Sang-Moon Bae turned and said to him with a smile.