Reverse was the order of the day at the Honda Classic on Saturday, as most of the field could never find the right gear, falling backwards. But 2009 Honda Classic champion Y.E. Yang found the conditions to his liking, and on "moving day" did just that.
It all started with an 8-foot bogey putt for Y.E. Yang in 2008 - he'd make a move on to becoming the first Asian-born major champion - and now Koreans seemingly are making Q-School their personal playground.
<strong>Maginnes On Tap:</strong> Tiger isn't done winning, not by a long shot. But his days of intimidating other players into basically handing him titles are done. And players can thank Y.E. Yang for that.
Y.E. Yang has done it before (see the 2009 PGA Championship), and now K.T. Kim will have stories to tell his grandchildren, as the pair of Koreans knocked off Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson on Saturday.
The second round of the U.S. Open was all about Rory McIlroy, but note that Y.E. Yang, who dethroned Tiger Woods at the 2009 PGA Championship, is lurking. <strong>Sean Martin</strong> has five things to watch.
(Y.E.) Yang Yong-eun is assured of returning to the international spotlight when he defends his U.S. PGA Championship crown this week.
The South Korean has been paired with Tiger Woods for the first two rounds at Whistling Straits on Thursday and Friday.