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Gambler wins big on Henrik Stenson, Aaron Baddeley parlay

Henrik Stenson was arguably the best golfer in the world to never win a major prior to his dominating performance at The Open Championship over the weekend. Betting on him to break through and end the drought would not have been all that insane. But betting on Stenson to win the Open and Aaron Baddeley to win the Barbasol Championship would be just plain lunacy, right? Tell that...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 19, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Highlights | Aaron Baddeley's walk off win in playoff at Barbasol

In the final round of the 2016 Barbasol Championship, Aaron Baddeley battled back and forth with Si Woo Kim but ultimately slammed it shut with a 24-foot birdie on the fifth playoff hole to earn his fourth PGA TOUR title.
July 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Aaron Baddeley sinks hole-in-one on par-4, counts as birdie

Aaron Baddeley became just the second golfer in PGA Tour history to register a hole-in-one on a par-4 yesterday while playing in the first round of the Valero Texas Open. Believe it or not, the incredible shot only counted as a birdie. When Baddeley teed up his first shot at the 17th hole, he pulled...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Aaron Baddeley ‘aces’ par-14 17th at Valero Texas Open for a … birdie?

Aaron Baddeley managed to ace the par-4 17th on a blustery Thursday at TPC San Antonio during the first round of the Texas Open, but walked away with a birdie instead of scoring an incredibly-rare double-eagle, otherwise known as an albatross. Why? Because Baddeley’s first tee shot on the 336-yard 17th resulted in an unplayable...Read More The post Aaron Baddeley ‘aces’ par-14 17th...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
March 27, 2015  |  Discuss

MC's weigh heavy on blue-collar guys

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 said. Clearly happy for...
Via FOX Sports
July 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Aaron Baddeley puts his first Masters shot right in a woman’s lap

It didn't take long for The Masters to give us its first moment that'll get us banned from Augusta National forever if we don't play it correctly. Aaron Baddeley teed off at 8:51 a.m., part of a pairing that included Vijay Singh and Tim Clark. Baddeley's tee shot lofted up, up, drifted left ... and ended up landing in a woman's lap. Yes, really. The "loose impendiment" and "playable...
Via Devil Ball Golf
April 07, 2011  |  Discuss

The resurgence of Aaron Baddeley

Back in 2007, Aaron Baddeley was on the short list of elite Australians set to take over the PGA Tour. He had won his first PGA Tour title in 2006, edging Jim Furyk at Harbour Town, and followed that up with another win in 2007. He found himself in the hunt at the U.S. Open that same year before a final round 80 dropped him out of contention.Still, it looked like Baddeley would be...
Via Devil Ball Golf
April 18, 2010  |  Discuss

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