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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.
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"I think I played well last week, but really tough greens," Bae said. "Very hard to read. I couldn't read any right-to-left putts — any putts — so I missed a lot of putts last week. But this course is more shorter than last week, so easy read, and I can make good speed, too."
Sang-Moon Bae said it was too cold in South Korea to do much more than take a long walk, so he showed up in Hawaii five days before Christmas and played Waialae Country Club three or four times before heading over to the Tournament of Champions last week on Kapalua.