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Bae Sang-moon to Resume PGA Tour After Military Service
Digital Chosun

Bae Sang-moon to Resume PGA Tour After Military Service

Pro golfer Bae Sang-moon will be able to return to the U.S. PGA Tour after his mandatory military service. His hopes of delaying conscription were dashed in a legal battle with the Military Manpower Administration earlier this week. Earlier this ... Digital Chosun, 6 days ago

PGA Tour golfer Bae set for military service

South Korean golfer Bae Sang-moon is to return to his homeland to complete military service after losing a legal battle against the Military Manpower Administration in Daegu. The two-time winner on the PGA Tour gained United States residency in ...
 MSN UK6 days ago With $2M in 2015 earnings, PGA Tour golfer ordered to $130 per month military hitch  Austin American Statesman1 week ago Golfer and the military battling in Daegu court  Korea Joongang Daily2 months ago Korean golfer forced to leave Tour to join military  USA Today1 week ago

After losing legal battle, Bae says hell return home

Bae Sang-moon, who has been battling his mandatory military duty in court, said Wednesday he will soon return to Korea and complete his service. His decision came just hours after losing his legal battle against the local branch of the Military ...
 Korea Joongang Daily1 week ago Military duty beckons for Bae  Sky Sports1 week ago

Military service conundrum for overseas Korean athletes

A recent legal battle over the military duties of golfer Bae Sang-moon here brought back to surface years-old debate about how much consideration should be given to South Korean athletes playing overseas postponing the mandatary services for the ...
 Korea Herald6 days ago
Yahoo! Finance

A 29-year-old golfer who has made $6 million on the PGA Tour now has to give up his career for 2 years

() PGA Tour golfer Sang-Moon Bae is a two-time winner and has taken home $5.7 million in career earnings. But now Bae has been told by a court that he must return to Korea to serve a 2-year stint in the military according to the BBC . In South ...
 Yahoo! Finance6 days ago

Bae loses court battle, faces mandatory military service

Bae Sang-Moon plans to play the rest of the PGA Tour season before submitting to his mandatory military service in South Korea. Bae was denied an extension of his visa at the start of the year and challenged it in court. Yonhap news service says ...
 Miami Herald1 week ago Bae faces mandatory military service in Columbia after losing court fight Ontario Star Tribune  NewsListOnline1 week ago Golfer must serve time in military  New Zealand Herald1 week ago Korean golfer told he must serve time in military  New Zealand Herald1 week ago

Why this man is giving up $4 million

It will be less Callaway and more khaki for Sang-Moon Bae. Source: News Limited GIVEN the option of being shot at or swinging a five-iron on some of the planet's most scenic golf courses, most people would choose the latter. But unfortunately for ...
 Herald Sun6 days ago

Sang-Moon Bae forced out of PGA Tour, into military

SOUTH Korea's Sang-Moon Bae is in Ontario this week, shooting for a slice of the $A7.9 million prize money on offer in the Canadian Open. But the world No.107 will soon be firing shots of a different kind after being called up for two year's ...
 NewsMail6 days ago
Radio New Zealand

Bae forced to return to Korea to complete military duty

The US-based South Korean golfer Sang-Moon Bae, who has won twice on the PGA Tour, has been ordered to return home to complete his military service after losing a legal battle to defer his conscription. The 29-year-old, who was granted US ...
 Radio New Zealand1 week ago Bae forced to return to South Korea to complete military duty  Radio New Zealand1 week ago
Korea Herald

K-pop stars brought to life at Grevin Museum Seoul

Leading K-pop stars, such as Psy, G-Dragon and Rain and dozens of other Korean celebrities, as well as historic and sports figures, have been brought to life in wax models at the Grevin Museum opening in Seoul on Thursday. The French wax museum's ...
 Korea Herald20 hours ago
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