Aaron Baddeley has been a great ambassador for Adams Golf the past few years. He’s a three-time PGA Tour winner, the last coming in 2011 at the Northern Trust Open, and he’s also been a fan favorite ever since his PGA Tour career began back in 2000 after a very successful stint on the PGA Tour of Australiasia.

Aaron, also known as “Badds”, is coming off a 2012 season with 3 Top 10 finishes and a total of 6 Top 25 finishes – his best result came at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am where he finished solo fourth place.

He’s starting the 2013 season with a bigger family after welcoming a baby boy into the world in November. Badds and his family, which now includes his two young daughters, son and wife Richelle, reside in Scottsdale, Arizona.

VIDEO: Get To Know Badds … he talks about 2013, on and off the course

Easy Million (Part 1) – Aaron Baddeley picks up an extra 10 Yards with the new SUPER LS Driver in Phoenix

During a golf clinic at the Wigwam Golf Resort outside of Phoenix, Arizona, Aaron Baddeley was unexpectedly “ambushed” by the Adams Golf team. It was our first opportunity to put the new SUPER LS Driver in Badds’ hands and we wanted to see what he thought. As we interrupted his session with the audience, we put him through an “Easy Million” challenge with his gamer driver (Speedline Fast12 LS) and the new SUPER LS.

The results were outstanding and even surprised Badds. His ball speed increased and his carry distance climbed from 311 with the Fast 12 LS to 321 with the SUPER LS … a gain of 10 yards. For a tour pro, that’s an exceptional difference of yardage and ball speed.

Watch this video and see Badds have fun with the “Easy Million” challenge and gain 10 yards with the new SUPER LS Driver – Part 2 coming soon…

Easy Million (Part 2) – Aaron Baddeley picks up an extra 25 Yards with the new SUPER LS Hybrids in Palm Springs

In this video, Badds completes his “Easy Million” challenge at Palm Springs prior to the start of the Humana Challenge. Badds is testing his 3-iron, 5-wood and 3-wood against the new SUPER LS hybrids and gains 25 yards of extra distance with the SUPER clubs. That 25 is added to the 10 yards of distance Badds gained with the SUPER LS driver back in November at the Wigwam Golf Resort (seen in Part 1 video). Through both testing sessions with the new SUPER product, Badds added 35 extra yards to “Easy Million”.

Get to know Aaron Baddeley

Follow him on Twitter: www.twitter.com/AaronBadds

Three-time winner on the PGA Tour: 2011 Northern Trust Open, 2007 FBR Open, 2006 Verizon Heritage.

Has joint U.S. and Australian citizenship and was raised in Australia from the age of two, after being born in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

He represents Australia in international golf competition, including being a member of the International Team in the 2011 President’s Cup.

Widely known as one of the best putters on Tour

Introduced to golf at age 8 by his grandmother, Jean Baddeley.