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Adam Hadwin

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (29) / 11/2/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 155

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Adam Hadwin erased an early deficit to card a 4-under-par 31-37=68 during round one of the U.S. Open Championship, claiming a spot inside the top 10 on the live leaderboard.
Hadwin opened on the back nine and sputtered out of the starting gate. He swallowed bogeys at 12 and 13 but the fireworks started just before the turn at the par-5 18th. It was there he rolled in a 7'10" birdie putt to kickoff a run of six straight birdies. That would match the record for most consecutive birdies in a U.S. Open round (George Burns, 1982; Andy Dillard, 1992). Hadwin hadn't played in this event since 2013 and he arrived in a bit of slump, but none of that matters as he's now just three off the pace entering round two. Jun 15 - 8:33 PM

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World No. 47 Adam Hadwin makes final preparations for his third PLAYERS in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, and checks in at No. 6 in the FedExCup standings.

The 29-year-old broke through nine weeks ago with his first TOUR title at the Valspar in Palm Harbor, Florida, as the second- and third-round leader. He was also the 54-hole leader at the CareerBuilder by four, 71-69-59, settling for solo 2nd with 2-under 70. The Louisville alum chased the Valspar with solo 6th at Bay Hill, one of only two players that week to break par in all four rounds, joining champion Marc Leishman. In his last three, he posted T36 in his Masters debut, T22 at the RBC Heritage, and T72 (of 76) at the Valero, opening in 70-72 but misfiring with a wind-swept 82 and 74. This is the Canadian's third PLAYERS with a missed cut on debut in 2015 (75-74) and a T39 last year (70-70-74-73).
May 10 - 5:21 PM

World No. 51 Adam Hadwin turned in a 1-under-par 35-36=71 after the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to finish off his second appearance (T36/2016) on 8-under 280, good for solo 6th, three back of champion Marc Leishman, who shot 69 out of the penultimate twosome.

The 29-year-old was vying for his second TOUR title in 79 career starts, second in as many weeks after breaking through at the Valspar (as 54-hole leader). With rounds of 70-70-69-71, he was the only player, other than Leishman, to break par in all four rounds at Bay Hill. The Canadian began the finale in a two-way T6 on 7-under, four adrift of 54-hole co-leaders Kevin Kisner and Charley Hoffman. He had just one blemish, a 1-putt double bogey-6 at 15, slightly outpacing it with three birdies at Nos. 6 and 10, and a tap-in from five inches at the par-3 17th after nearly rolling in the ace, hitting the flag stick and bouncing out. The Jupiter, Florida, resident pelted 12 (of 14) fairways and was No. 1 for the week at 85.71 percent (48/56). He carded one eagle and 15 birdies and was also No. 1 in bogeys with just five, but ate a couple doubles as well. Hadwin is 10-for-11 on the season with six top 25s and four top 10s, and is 4th in the FedExCup standings.
Mar 19 - 8:08 PM

World No. 51 Adam Hadwin tossed up a 3-under-par 34-35=69 in the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational for a 54-hole total of 7-under 209, up four spots on the live leaderboard to T6.

The 29-year-old finished with eight straight pars, outpacing back-to-back bogeys at eight and nine with five birdies over his first 10 holes. For a third consecutive lap, he striped 12 (of 14) fairways and hit 13 greens in regulation, gaining 3.355 strokes tee-to-green, currently pacing the field in the latter with a cumulative 9.764. The Canadian circled holes 2-4, 6 and 10, four from inside of eight feet with a long of 24'9" at the par-3 second. He posted 1.769 putts per GIR and -0.524 SG: Putting, lowlighted by a pair of 3-putt bogeys from 30'8" and 28'4", respectively.
Mar 18 - 5:31 PM

Beginning off No. 10 tee, World No. 51 Adam Hadwin fashioned a 2-under-par 33-37=70 in the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational to reach 4-under 140, up three places on the live leaderboard to T5, three back of clubhouse leader Lucas Glover.

The 29-year-old doubled his final hole in R1 (par-4 18th) and opened with a 3-jack bogey at the par-4 10th from 30'4". He squared the par-4 14th (failed sand save) before getting on the board with birdie-4 at 16 (from 3'6"). The Canadian circled the par-4 first from 27'11" and completed his scoring with eagle-3 at four from 12'9". He pelted 12 (of 14) fairways -- for a second straight lap -- and digressed to 10 greens in regulation from 15 in R1. The Louisville alum still signed for positive numbers in all strokes gained categories, led by 2.096 SG: Tee-to-Green.
Mar 17 - 1:08 PM

Last week's breakout winner Adam Hadwin concocted a 2-under-par 35-35=70 to open his week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

The Canadian enters the week fresh off his first career PGA TOUR win. A letdown would be forgiven, but Hadwin is having none of that. He swallowed an opening bogey and a closing double bogey, but circled five birdies in between. The highlight of the round came at the par-4 fifth hole when Hadwin stiffed his 132-yard approach to 3 inches for a tap-in birdie. Like many in the field, the Canuck finished his round with a water ball at the par-4 18th, but he still find himself inside the top 10 on the live leaderboard.
Mar 16 - 5:45 PM

Second- and third-round leader Adam Hadwin orchestrated an even-par 36-35=71 in today's final round of the Valspar Championship to post 14-under 270, good for a 1-shot win over sponsor invite and playing competitor Patrick Cantlay, and his first PGA TOUR title in his 78th career start. UPDATE: Hadwin jumps 47 spots in the OWGR -- from 98th to a career-high 51st -- and qualifies for the WGC-Match Play in two weeks, his first WGC event.

This was the 29-year-old's third Valspar with a previous best of 71st in 2015 (68-75-75-76). He missed the cut last year (by three) on laps of 79-69. It was his 10th start of the season, fifth top 25 and third top 10, brushing aside a previous-best solo 2nd at the CareerBuilder five starts ago, where he was the 54-hole leader by one, buoyed by a third-round 59, and closed with 2-under 70. After opening in 68-64, the Canadian led by one at the midpoint, extending the lead to four with 67. He went out in even par, exchanging birdie-2 at eight with bogey-5 at six, still leading by three. Hadwin circled the 11th (from 15'4") and a 53-footer at 13, but watered his tee ball at 16, leading to double bogey-6, now tied. He secured the title with a couple of pars from the fringe, while Cantlay bogeyed the 18th. Among other goodies, the Louisville alum earns an invite to this year's Masters, his first.
Mar 12 - 6:18 PM

Overnight leader and World No. 98 Adam Hadwin painted a bogey-free 4-under-par 34-33=67 in today's third round of the Valspar Championship to reach the three-quarter mark on 14-under 199, tying the 54-hole scoring record at the Copperhead Course and good for a 4-shot lead over PGA TOUR rookie Patrick Cantlay.

This is the 29-year-old's second 54-hole lead/co-lead in his 78th career start. He held a 1-shot lead at the CareerBuilder in January, buoyed by his third-round 59, and closed with 2-under 70, but finished a career-best solo 2nd (by one) to Hudson Swafford, who shot 67. After opening in 68-64, the Canadian held a 1-shot lead over first-round leader and playing competitor Jim Herman. He found eight (of 13) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, gaining 2.679 strokes tee-to-green and 2.335 on the greens. Hadwin circled four birdies at Nos. 1, 7, 12 and 15, two from inside of seven feet, adding birdie bombs of 33'4" at the par-4 12th and 55'2" at the par-3 15th. He posted 1.667 putts per GIR and took 26 total putts.
Mar 11 - 5:57 PM

Adam Hadwin bombarded Innisbrook Resort's Copperhead Course with a 7-under-par 35-29=64 during the second round of the Valspar Championship, staking his claim as the clubhouse leader on 10-under 132 through 36 holes.

The Canadian started the week with a strong 3-under 68 to find himself T12 after round one. He circled six birdies in that opening round and added eight more today. The key was keeping the ball in front of him, splitting 11 (of 13) fairways to give him a clear path to target the flags. He did exactly that, landing 14 greens and then his putter also gained 3.381 strokes over the field, to boot. The flat stick was working in high volumes, splashing home six putts from the 6-to-13 foot range. Five of those came on his homeward nine, leading to six birdies in his final nine holes. Hadwin infamously shot '59' at the CareerBuilder Challenge earlier this season but he's still searching for his first PGA TOUR win.
Mar 10 - 4:55 PM

World No. 112 Adam Hadwin tossed up a 5-under-par 34-32=66 in today's final round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open to wrap up on 11-under 273, up 24 places to T11 with play still in progress.

This was the Canadian's third appearance and will better T17 last year (73-68-69-68). He arrived off T49 last week (Farmers) and a career-best solo 2nd the week prior (CareerBuilder) where he was the 54-hole leader by one after the 59, but closed in 2-under 70 to lose by one. The 29-year-old began the final frame this week T35 on 6-under (71-66-70) and squared one bogey-5 against six birdies, including a birdie-birdie finish. For the week, he totaled one eagle and 17 birdies against six bogeys and a double.
Feb 5 - 3:35 PM

Adam Hadwin pieced together a 5-under-par 32-34=66 during the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open, reaching 5-under 137 at the midpoint to claim a spot inside the top 20 on the live leaderboard.

The Canuck is known for his smooth putting stroke but it was all other facets that did the job today. He split 10 (of 14) fairways, landed 11 greens, and went 5-of-7 scrambling. Hadwin only converted one putt from outside six feet, an 18'11" birdie splash at the par-4 10th. He also picked up two strokes the unconventional route, holing out from 35 yards for eagle at the risk-reward, par-4 17th. Hadwin is proving he's not a one-trick pony as he currently ranks 76th in strokes gained putting but still enters the weekend inside the top 15.
Feb 3 - 2:46 PM

Taking on Torrey Pines North, World No. 111 Adam Hadwin pieced together a 1-under-par 35-36=71 in the second round of the Farmers Insurance Open to reach the midpoint on 7-under 137, good for the 36-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: With play completed, Hadwin is in a two-way T2, one back of 18- and 36-hole leader Justin Rose.

Beginning off No. 10 tee, the 29-year-old sandwiched back-to-back bogeys at 12 and 13 with birdies at 10 and 14 to turn even. He gave another back with bogey-5 at 2, but played his final seven holes in blemish-free 2-under, circling birdie-3 at seven and a 2-putt birdie at the par-5 ninth. The Canadian landed 10 (of 14) fairways and mustered just 10 greens in regulation, posting 1.700 putts per GIR. He was the 54-hole leader (by one) last week at the CareerBuilder but settled for a career-best solo 2nd with a closing 2-under 70.
Jan 27 - 6:21 PM

Adam Hadwin styled a 6-under-par 33-33=66 during round one of the Farmers Insurance Open, claiming an early spot inside the top five on the live leaderboard.

The Canadian twirled a remarkable 13-under 59 in round three of last week's CareerBuilder Challenge, and there was no letdown in today's opening round. Despite opening the week on the tougher South Course at Torrey Pines, Hadwin had no issue circling birdies (7) while swallowing just one bogey along his route. The 29-year-old had the scoring stick working from the start, splashing home a 13'11" birdie at the par-4 first hole. He would add four more putts from outside nine feet, gaining 2.932 strokes putting on the day at the time he walked off the course. He missed another five putts from inside 12 feet, so this round could have gone even lower. Regardless, Hadwin is playing inspired golf at the moment and he'll face the easier Torrey Pines North on Friday.
Jan 26 - 5:22 PM

Overnight leader and World No. 196 Adam Hadwin backed up with a 2-under-par 36-34=70 in the final round of the CareerBuilder Challenge for a 72-hole total of 19-under 269, down one spot to solo 2nd, one shy of champion Hudson Swafford, who shot 67.

The Canadian was chasing his first TOUR title in his 73rd career start, but settles for a career-best runner-up, eclipsing T4 at the 2011 RBC Canadian Open (as a non-member). It's also his best finish at the CBC in three tries, supplanting T6 last year. After opening in 71-69-59, the 29-year-old led by one over rookie Dominic Bozzelli and two clear of four players, including Swafford, who completed the final threesome. Protecting his first career 54-hole lead/co-lead, he dipped into a three-way tie at the turn, exchanging bogey-4 at four with birdie-4 at five. Hadwin circled the par-5 11th to move one clear, but missed birdie at 12 from 8'4" before squaring bogey-4 at 13. He birdied 16 and 17, the latter from 25'11", but needed birdie on 18 to tie Swafford and scrambled to a one-putt par (from 11'4") for the final margin.
Jan 22 - 6:37 PM

Playing La Quinta Country Club, World No. 196 Adam Hadwin fired a career-low bogey-free 13-under-par 29-30=59 in the third round of the CareerBuilder Challenge to post 17-under 199, up 48 places on the live leaderboard and good for the 54-hole clubhouse lead. UPDATE: With play completed, Hadwin leads by one over TOUR rookie Dominic Bozzelli and will be going for his first TOUR victory in his 73rd career start. His career best is T4 at the 2011 RBC Canadian Open as a non-member.

The Canadian is just the eighth player (ninth time) to shoot a sub-60 and just the fourth to accomplish it on a par-72 layout. It's easily a career best in his 240th career round, brushing aside 63 at the 2015 Shriners/R4. The 29-year-old was T3 here last year thru 54 holes (66-66-64) but closed in even-par 72 for T6. He began today's third frame T49 on 4-under (71-69) and peppered 12 (of 14) fairways, 15 greens in regulation, recording a stellar 1.267 putts per GIR and just 21 total putts. The Louisville alum circled 13 birdies, matching the TOUR's all-time record with Chip Beck (1991 Shriners). He connected six straight on Nos. 2-7 and five straight at 11-15, adding birdie-3s at 9 and 17. Hadwin got up-and-down for a par 4 at the last to match the tournament record with David Duval (1999/R4- Palmer Private).
Jan 21 - 5:56 PM