Bae Sang-moon officially begins mandatory military duty

November 18, 2015
Bae Sang-moon talks to reporters as he enters boot camp in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province on Tuesday. (Newsis)

Bae Sang-moon talks to reporters as he enters boot camp in Chuncheon, Gangwon Province on Tuesday. (Newsis)

By Brian Han

The golfing world will have to say farewell to South Korea’s Bae Sang-moon who provided plenty of drama in his final competitive outing back in October’s Presidents Cup held in Incheon, South Korea.

The 29-year-old once held the top world rank among his countrymen, but will have to put his professional career on hold for two years beginning Tuesday after officially beginning his mandatory military service.

Bae is stationed at a base in the Gangwon Province some 50 miles from the nation’s capital.

Despite his efforts to convince the South Korean government to delay his duties while arguably in his prime, his requests to extend his visa were subsequently denied.

Bae has two victories on the PGA Tour — once in 2013 at the HP Byron Nelson Championship and again at the 2014 Frys.com Open.

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