Bo Bae Song was first noticed in the world of professional golf when she managed to win the Korean Women’s Open in 2003 at only seventeen years of age and still in high school. Yes, Bo Bae Song definitely lit up Korean golf once again. Korea has had its fair share of young golf superstars and most noted in their country’s golf history is Se Ri Pak. So who really is Bo Bae Song? Bo Bae Song was born on February 22, 1986 in South Korea. She turned pro in the year 2004 and has performed with exceptionally flying colors.

When Bo Bae Song turned pro, she proved her skills yet again by winning the 2004 KLPGA tour as a rookie. Yet still a rookie, Bo Bae Song’s performance rivaled that of her older counterparts and that made her rookie year a sensational one. In 2004, she was leading on the league, she made the most money compared to anyone on the tour and she managed to win the Player of the Year award. If that’s not enough, Bo Bae Song finished her rookie year second to Joo Mi Kim in scoring average.

Born 22 Feb 1986
Nationality South Korea South Korea

If 2004 was a great year for Bo Bae Song, 2005 proved to be even better. She joined the Samsung Ladies Master which was held in Singapore and shocked every player and spectator when she not only ended up winning but led the masters wire to wire, beating European golf superstars as Laura Davis among others. After winning the Samsung Ladies Masters, she became the second Korean to ever win an LET event and this garnered her three years exemption on that particular tour. Needless to say, Bo Bae Song won KLPGA Player of the Year award by the end of 2005.

Bo Bae Song continued to perform excellently in the year 2006 despite the injuries she incurred. She was even up to the challenge of winning the top spot yet again for the third time. In 2007, Bo Bae Song joined the JLPGA and managed to land on the 16th spot on the money list. She also joined the Korean team for the Kyoraku Cup but unfortunately lost in both matches.

By 2008, Bo Bae Song is back to her game again and proving that she still has a lot to offer at the young age of 22. Bo Bae Song’s best LPGA Finish was T-27 at the 2005 Evian Masters and her best LPGA Major Finish was T-55th as the 2005 Nabisco Championship.

To date, Song has 8 professional victories including 1 LPGA Tour victory. 

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