There’s something so appealing about a golfer sizing up a shot, stepping into it and pulling the trigger without any hesitation. Playing fast oozes confidence, and in a game where it’s easy to fear the misses, it’s refreshing when somebody seems unbothered about things going wrong.
Aaron Baddeley, one of the best putters in PGA Tour history, embodies the miss-it-quick philosophy — except he doesn’t actually miss all that often. Once he sets up to the ball on the greens, he takes just one quick look at the hole and zero practice swings, before hitting the putt.
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