His work over for the day, Aaron Baddeley knew he was also done for the week -- even though it was only Friday.
Still, no one could have expected the volunteers at last week's Travelers Championship to know what sort of anguish was going through Baddeley's heart. So when the Aussie was asked, "How did you do today?" he was polite. "Three-under," Baddeley...
As you can see in the video above, Jerry Kelly ripped a beautiful shot from the fairway during the second round of the Players Championship on Friday.Kelly's whack from 200 yards away found the bottom of the cup on the 14th hole to net the 46-year-old an eagle. How did he celebrate the special occasion? By going for a chest bump with playing partner Aaron Baddeley, of course...
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Andy Zhang at just 14-years-old is an amateur golfer from China and set to become the youngest golfer to play in the U.S. Open.
Zhang, who has lived in the United States since he was 10 made the field when Paul Casey withdrew with a shoulder injury and Brandt Snedeker with a rib injury. Zhang shot rounds of 70 and 72 in a Florida sectional qualifier on June 4 where...
Australians have thrived at Riviera in recent years and two
players from Down Under, Aaron Baddeley and Adam Scott, are
aiming for repeat success at this week's Northern Trust Open.
With his dismantling of Aaron Baddeley at the Presidents Cup, Tiger Woods was his former dominating self.
It took Aaron Baddeley about 24 hours to turn wrong into right at the Presidents Cup. And in the same pressure-packed situation on the 18th hole at Royal Melbourne.
Baddeley's errant shot with a driver on the final hole in the alternate-shot foursomes Thursday cost the Internationals a win. Leading 1-up, his partner and fellow Australian Jason Day was forced to hit Baddeley...
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November 18, 2011
I figured I'd toss this up in case anyone wanted to see it. Aaron Baddeley and Jason Day were 1-up in their match on Thursday at the Presidents Cup with the 18th hole to play. The Internationals needed the full point. And then Badds took a swing. Here's the video. I'm sorry you have to watch it.
Ahead 2-up with two holes to play, it was the match that Australians Aaron Baddeley and Jason Day should have won for the International team at the Presidents Cup.