Bae Sang-moon (37) tied for 8th in the Asian Tour International Series Qatar (total prize money of 2 million dollars).
Bae Sang-moon made 3 bogeys in the 4th round on the last day of the tournament held at Doha Golf Club (par 72) in Qatar on the 19th, but pulled out 6 birdies and hit 3 under par 69. Bae Sang-moon, who recorded a final total of 2 over par 290, finished the tournament in a tie for 8th place with Park Sang-hyun (40). The championship was won by Andy Ogletree (USA) who scored a total of 7 under par 281 strokes.
It is the first time Bae Sang-moon, who has won two wins on the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, has been listed in the top 10 in a regular tournament since a tie for 6th at the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Korean Tour Shinhan Donghae Open in 2021. On the PGA Tour, he has not been in the top 10 since a tie for 6th at Barclays in August 2015. 온라인바카라
Bae Sang-moon, who played on the final day with a tie for 30th, seemed to have difficulty entering the top 10 as she lost one stroke until the 13th hole. However, he made a birdie start from the 14th hole (par 4) and made the top 10 with a fearsome back heart. Following the 15th and 16th holes (par 4 above), he also pulled out a birdie on the 18th hole (par 5), significantly raising the ranking at the end of the game.
Bae Sang-moon, who does not have the right to participate in the PGA Tour full-time, has been preparing for the PGA Tour and International Series this year. This season, the PGA Tour can go to about 10 tournaments as a winner, and the International Series received the right to participate as a member of the 2015 Presidents Cup.
Bae Sang-moon has been training in Thailand during the winter to compete in the International Series. He missed the cut at last week’s International Series in Oman, but finished in the top 10 in his second appearance.
On the final day, Park Sang-hyun picked out 5 birdies without a bogey, and succeeded in entering the top 10 by raising his ranking by 34 steps. His joint 8th prize money is $49,350 (approximately 64.15 million won).
Moon Gyeong-jun (41) finished the tournament with a 3-over par of 291, tied for 13th place, and Kim Bio (33) and Cho Min-gyu (36) tied for 26th place (above 5 over par, 293 strokes).