Kyeong Bae is a female South Korean professional golfer. She was born on June 13, 1985 in Seoul, Republic of Korea. She started playing golf when she was just 12 years old, and she credits her parents as the people who influence her career the most. Bae loves reading books, music as well as shopping.

Bae turned pro in October of 2000, and by 2001, she joined the KLPGA and won her first Korean Women’s Open title. By 2002, Bae still competed on the KLPGA where she managed to win the LG Lady Card Open.

Born Jun 13, 1985
Nationality South Korea South Korea

By 2004, she joined the ranks of players who competed in the Futures Tour. During the course of the said year, Bae managed to record seven top 10 finishes.

While competing in the 2005 Futures Tour, Bae won two events (the IOS Futures Golf Classic, and Laconia Savings Bank Futures Golf Classic), and went on to record an additional 10 top 10 finishes. She ranked third on the Futures Tour season-ending money list of the same year. This enabled her to earn the exempt status for the LPGA season in 2006. Bae also won the Shinsegye Cup KLPGA Championship on the KLPGA Tour.

2007 was interesting for Bae as she reached a tie for third place at the MasterCard Classic Honoring Alejo Peralta Presented by Televisa Deportes. She tied sizth during the Corona Championship held that year, and matched her career-low round of 66 on the third round during the said event, with the CN Canadian Women’s Open on the first round.

Over the course of her professional golf playing career, Bae has earned a total of $595,089 (ranked at 226). However, she has not yet garnered a single professional win, or any Major Championship title.

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