Baddeley wins for The Field

2011 PGA Northern Trust Open Results Aaron Baddeley

PACIFIC PALISADES, CA (TheSpread) – Aaron Baddeley picked up his first win in four years as the PGA veteran won the 2011 Northern Trust Open on Sunday by two strokes.

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Baddeley shot a 2-under 69 on Sunday to best Vijay Singh by two shots. Baddeley finished the tournament at 12-under par while Singh came in at 10-under following a 69 on Sunday.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book Sportsbook.com, Baddeley was part of The Field that had 10/1 odds to win the tournament, meaning a $100 wager on Baddeley will pay out an additional $1,000.

The sentimental favorite to win on Sunday was Fred Couples, who entered the day in contention, but shot a 2-over 73 to fall back to -7 for the tournament.

2011 PGA Northern Trust Open Top 10 Results

1 Aaron Baddeley -12 (272)

2 Vijay Singh -10 (274)

3 Kevin Na -9 (275)

T4 Robert Allenby -8 (276)

T4 Jimmy Walker -8 (276)

T4 Ryan Moore -8 (276)

T7 K.J. Choi -7 (277)

T7 Fred Couples -7 (277)

T9 J.J. Henry -6 (278)

T9 David Duval -6 (278)

T9 Justin Rose -6 (278)

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