Aaron Baddeley to speak at Augusta Golf Breakfast

Australian golfer to share faith

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Pro golfer Aaron Baddeley will speak about his faith at this year’s Augusta Golf Breakfast, a Masters Week tradition.
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012 1:48 PM
Last updated 6:45 PM
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Pro golfer Aaron Baddeley will speak about his faith at this year’s Augusta Golf Breakfast, a Masters Week tradition.

The annual breakfast is sponsored by the Greater Augusta Fellowship of Christian Athletes and draws more than 1,000 participants to Warren Baptist Church for a free Southern-style breakfast buffet and Christian testimony from top names in golf.

Past speakers have included golfers Ben Crane, Larry Mize, Zach Johnson and Stewart Cink, and broadcaster Pat Summerall.

Baddeley, 30, has competed in the Masters Tournament six times. His best showing came in 2009, when he tied for 17th.

The Australian made news in 2000 when he received a rare invitation as a foreign amateur to play in the Masters. He missed the cut by one shot that year.

He has won three times on the PGA Tour, most recently the 2011 Northern Trust Open.

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David Parker 01/31/12 - 03:53 pm
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Saw his Sunday morning Easter

Saw his Sunday morning Easter dedication at The Heritage the year he won it. I'm not calling it but kinda interesting there.

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