remained close and finally caught Keegan Bradley
on the final round to win the HP Byron Nelson Championship on Sunday at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Las Colinas.
Bradley went from a course-record 60 to take the lead Thursday to a final-round two-over 72 on Sunday. He led after each of the first three rounds in Irving, Texas.
Sang-Moon Bae put together three consecutive rounds of 66 then closed with a one-under 69 on Sunday to win by two shots at 13-under par.
The winner received $1,206,000, while second place was worth $723,600.
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INTERVIEW WITH SANG-MOON BAE
PGA Tour moderator:
We would like to welcome 2013 HP Byron Nelson Championship winner, Sang‑Moon Bae into the interview room. Sang‑Moon becomes the fifth player of Korean descent to win on the TOUR with a two‑shot lead over Keegan Bradley. Congratulations on the win, if we could get your comments.
SANG‑MOON BAE: I had a great