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“Jason Day sank a 12-foot birdie putt on the opening hole to help give him and fellow Australian Aaron Baddeley an early 1-up lead over Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar after four holes.”
“Australian Aaron Baddeley and another US player, Chris Kirk, were one shot behind after their respective third rounds of 66 and 69.”
“Baddeley's in the cross-hairs, no question about it...”
“While conceding that Fijian former world number one Vijay Singh was on his short-list, Norman touted world number 55 Robert Allenby and 56th-ranked Aaron Baddeley for their knowledge of local conditions.”
“His closest competitors in the field are Vijay Singh, Aaron Baddeley and Robert Allenby.”
“The new world No 1, Luke Donald, hit a 69 and, along with the Australian Aaron Baddeley 68, was among a group of six players bunched at five under.”
“There are two or three types of old person you're allowed to be," says Baddeley.”
“It's also about "challenging stereotypes of old age," says George Baddeley, who heads the competition's co-sponsors Silver Comedy, an organisation that runs comedy workshops for older people.”
“Norman will have plenty of choice for his two picks, with Senden and fellow Australians Robert Allenby and Aaron Baddeley likely to get serious consideration.”
“While Oosthuizen would have been a Cup rookie like Norman's other pick, Aaron Baddeley, Allenby has the type of experience you don't want.”
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