Saturday, February 19, 2011

Baddeley Leads After Northern Trust 3rd Round - Freddie, Na One Back

Aaron Baddeley did what my playing buddy Ken managed to do, ditched the Stack & Tilt. It paid off in spades today as Baddeley shot a -4, 67 to grab a one stroke lead over Fred Couples, (70), and Kevin Na, (67) at the Northern Trust Open. He looked like the Badds of old, striping drives, crisping irons. Couples was steady, if unremarkable, two birdies, one bogey, and a pantload of pars. Na notched an impressive seven birds on the way to his 67. Very much in the hunt was Vijay Singh after a strong 67, -8. At -6 and relevant tomorrow are Ryan Moore, John Senden, and Harrison Frazar. Frazar had the day's best round, 65. Corey Pavin, 76, and Phil Mickelson, 74, were today's crash and burners.       Final 3rd Round Scores

Tomorrow will decide the battle of the ages. Let's go Fred!

Swing hard, look up,

1 comment:

  1. Your decision to take the great game of golf. Let me save you endless frustration and expense and invites you to stop now .. while you still have your common sense. Just kidding .. just kidding. Since you're new to golf, there are some basic tips I can give you to make your introduction to the game much more fun, and I hope that you will return to the track for many years to come. Believe it or not, these proposals are not really related swing. While the swing is one or the most important aspects of golf for the beginning golfer, there are also important aspects that help steer you in the right direction for your game