Yang Yong-eun (family name Yang; born 15 January 1972), or Y. E. Yang is a South Korean golfer. He plays mainly on the Japan Golf Tour, where he has won four tournaments.In 2006 he won the Korea Open, an Asian Tour event, and this victory gained him entry into the HSBC Champions Tournament in November 2006. He won the tournament, beating a strong field including Tiger Woods who was second. This victory earned him membership of the European Tour and moved him into the top forty of the Official World Golf Rankings. In 2008 he played on the PGA Tour after earning his card through qualifying school. He won his first event on the PGA Tour at the 2009 Honda Classic in his 46th career start in the United States. With this win, Yang became only the second Korean to win on the PGA Tour along with K.J. Choi.
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