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Posted: February 16, 2012
Pro V1x loyalist Aaron Baddeley, reigning champ of this week's Northern Trust Open, took a few minutes out of his busy schedule yesterday at Riviera to answer questions submitted by members of Team Titleist. Aaron covered a bunch of interesting topics and offered a couple quick tips for working on your short game.
Fun fact: Last year at Riviera, Aaron missed just 20 greens the entire
week (he led the field in G.I.R.). Of those 20 misses, he got
up-and-down with his Pro V1x golf ball 18 times.
Check out all his answers in the videos below...
Will E. asks... "What piece of advice have you got
for me in order to get my handicap down? Is golf ball choice important in order to do so?"
Matt R. asks... "Badds, you got up-and-down from
everywhere last year at Riviera. What types of drills do you do to work
on your short game?"
Brent W. asks... "Watching you at the Presidents Cup
last year, I thought you were the best putter out there. What are your
main focuses when you are putting? Both practicing and when you are
Kevin C. asks... "Are you excited to be paired
with Bubba Watson to start off the Northern Trust? I know you guys go
back-and-forth on Twitter and seem to be good friends."
Josh G. asks... "How do you go about preparing for
different courses in different parts of the world? There's so many
subtle differences that can make the difference between winning and
losing. Any advice would help."