The Australians also lost the 17th when Baddeley missed a 10-foot putt forpar.On Friday, Baddeley hit ping g15driver for sale off the 18th tee in fourballs, then watched asDay hit his ball into trouble. This time, Baddeley made a 4-foot putt to savepar and save him and Day from another late collapse, beating Tiger Woods andJohnson 1-up.Day said the win over Woods and Johnson was even sweeter considering thetough conditions at Royal Melbourne - slick, rock-hard greens brought on by astrong northerly wind. ``It's very tiring and very hot out there, but Badds played wonderfulgolf,'' Day said. ``It was very gusty and I'm just glad I had him as a teammatetoday.''And on Saturday too. After play ended Friday, International captain GregNorman selected his young guns to take on the veteran - and unbeaten - Americanpairing of Phil Mickelson and Jim Furyk in Saturday morning's foursomes.``I think he will remember that match, he will remember the putt,'' Norman said. ``Hewill remember the second shot he hit using ping g15irons into the 18thgreen. He completely eliminated any negative thought that he had there from theprevious day. So now he knows he can do it.''Norman said Baddeley's comeback gave the Internationalteam, which trails 7-5 after two days, a big boost.``We are extremely proud of the way Aaron Baddeley bounced back fromyesterday,'' Norman said.``I know he was kind of gut-wrenched a little bit by what happened on the 18th,but to see what he did ... did him a world of good, did the team a world ofgood. We've got a huge amount of confidence in the room right now.''