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Golf Australia Express : Issue 10
AS A TEENAGER Aaron Baddeley was one of the most promising talents in world golf. At 18, he won the 1999 Australian Open as an amateur and then retained it in 2000 as a professional. He quickly developed a reputation as one of the game’s best putters and it’s a tag that remains with him today. After finishing the ’02 season 10th on the Nationwide money list, Baddeley gained a lucrative PGA Tour card. And although a couple of second place finishes during the next two seasons were a sign of his potential, Baddeley struggled for consistency. A devout Christian, Baddeley kept faith and in 2006 won his first PGA Tour title—the Verizon Heritage. And it looks like turning 30 agreed with Badds. To date, he is 18th on the PGA money list with more than US$2.5 million and in February \won his third PGA title, the Northern Trust Open. Overall, the boy born in the US and raised in Australia from the age of two has amassed career prizemoney of more than US$13.5 million. Now in anyone’s language, Badds is now doing quite goodly. LIST THE AARON BADDELEY Born 17 March, 1981