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Rebuilt Swing Pays Dividends for Baddeley

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The win, which was the third of Baddeley's career, validated the work he has been doing with Dale Lynch in an attempt to take his swing away from the stack-and-tilt method and back to the way he played as a teen. He played with total confidence on Sunday, too, as he turned back challenges from some of the game's most experienced players.

"As tough as the last two years were, I knew what I was working towards," Baddeley explained. "... Even though I got frustrated at times and discouraged at times, I knew my end goal, so I was able to be patient. That was the key. I had to be patient because I knew my game has been there for a while, I just haven't got the scores on the board.

"I really feel like there was a lot of character that was being built over the last...

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