‘Journeyman’ Bae Sang-moon failed to obtain Asian Tour seed
Bae Sang-moon (37), who became a “journeyman” due to extreme poor performance, failed to obtain the Asian Tour ticket, which he considered the last bastion.
Bae Sang-moon shot a 4-over par 75 in the 4th round of the Asian Tour Qualifying final held at Lakeview Resort & Golf Club (par 71) in Thailand on the 21st. Bae Sang-moon, who recorded a total of even par 284, was eliminated from advancing to the final 5th round. The standard number of strokes for the cut was 3 under par 281 strokes. This season’s tour card is given to the top 35 of the finalists in the 5th round of qualifying. 토토사이트
Bae Sang-moon, who won two victories on the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, was discharged from the military in August 2017 and returned to the PGA Tour in October of that year. failed to maintain
Afterwards, he tried to re-enter the tour by participating in a number of competitions in the winner category and invitation, but he failed to take advantage of that opportunity every time. In the end, he went down to the Korn Ferry Tour, where he tried to get a tour card, but failed and turned to the Asian Tour.
This is because if you become the Asian Tour prize money champion, you will be given the opportunity to enter LIV golf supported by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund or participate in a number of PGA Tour tournaments if you wish.
However, the blueprint drawn by Bae Sang-moon, who entered Thailand on the 11th, went back to nothing. He hit an interim total of 4 under par until the 3rd round, so it was likely to pass the cut, but in the 4th round, he was sluggish with a 4 over par 75, resulting in a bitter exit.