Amazing, Aaron Baddeley getting his first Masters shot right in a woman’s lap

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Amazing, Aaron Baddeley getting his first Masters shot right in a woman’s lap

Post  Juice Mixta on Thu Apr 07, 2011 8:26 pm

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.

According to Golfweek's Sean Martin, the woman remained seated with the ball in her lap until Baddeley arrived. He then marked the ball's spot underneath her chair with a tee. She stood up, the ball dropped to the ground, and Baddeley then placed it at the tee to set up for his second shot. Talk about an awkward moment.

Source : yahoo.com

The little detour didn't prove a distraction, as Baddeley made par. However, the rest of the round didn't go quite so well; the Aussie dunked a ball on 12 and ended up +3. For such an interesting and promising start, he ended up playing ... Baddeley. (Sorry. So sorry.)
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