Baddeley falls hard, but silences doubters in defeat
Badds is good. Real good.
If there was any doubt about Aaron Baddeley -- who showed so much promise as an Australian amateur but had a hard time finding his way in the pro game -- it was erased this weekend at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Baddeley didn't win. Actually, he probably feels he let one get away Sunday. He hit just eight greens in regulation, only four fairways. His swing was off, and perhaps that had something to do with the menacing figure who played alongside ...
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