Aaron Baddeley is an American-Australian professional golf player. He was born on March 17, 1981 at Lebanon, New Hampshire, United States. However, by the age of 2, he and his family moved back to Australia. He currently holds a dual American and Australian citizenship, but he represents Australia in professional golf.

Baddeley was first introduced to golf at the age of 8 by his grandmother, Jean Baddeley. By the time he was in his late teens, he was already considered as one of the most promising talents in the golfing world. In fact, Baddeley was the youngest player ever to have represented Australia at the Eisenhower Trophy. In 1999, He won the Holden Australian Open and went on to retain his title the following year.

Born Mar 17, 1981
Nationality Australia Australia

By 2000, Baddeley turned pro. He went on to win the 2001 Greg Norman Holden International and the 2007 Mastercard Masters (also co-sanctioned by the European Tour).

2002 was a year marked by Baddeley’s playing on the second tier of the Nationwide Tour in the United States. He earned tenth place on the money list to earn a PGA Tour card for 2003. Over the years, he had second place finishes on the PGA Tour (2003), Sony Open in Hawaii, and Chrysler Classic of Tucson (2004). In 2007, he finally reached the Top 50 in the world when he finished his second PGA Tour. A few months later, he made his debut at the Top 20.

All throughout his professional life, Baddeley has 2 PGA Tours, and 4 PGA Tour of Australasia wins. He believes that if he did not come to be a professional golfer, he would have wanted to be the best fitness trainer in the world.

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    Claire N.

    He wouldn't Be a trainer he Would be a pretcher! Get your facts right.

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