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Golf Australia Express : GA Express 310
COVER STORY AARON BADDELEY The two-time Australian Open champion grew up with a father who worked for motorsport legend Mario Andretti. But Baddeley’s true passion was cricket. The Victorian eventually – at the age of 13 – put his cricket bat aside and started learning the game of golf, which included practising out of a home-made bunker in his backyard. But he is still a cricket enthusiast and remains friends with Ricky Ponting. “He [Ricky] loves his golf,” Baddeley said. “Obviously I love cricket and I’m always asking cricket questions of him, finding out new things that they’re doing and what not.” DAME LAURA DAVIES We get the feeling the World Golf Hall of Famer would be more than capable at any given sport – and she played soccer until she was 50 years old. But Britain’s most successful female golfer remains rather passionate about, of all things, darts. “I’ve just always played it and I’ve always had a dart board in the house,” said Davies, who has hit 180 twice and calls herself Laura ‘The Lazy’ Davies whenever she plays.
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