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Adam Hadwin |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (26) / 11/2/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 155
College: University of Louisville

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Adam Hadwin converted his 54-hole lead in the Chile Classic into his first Web.com Tour victory with a final-round 3-under-par 35-34=69.
It wasn't easy, as he needed four birdies in the final six holes to make the magic happen. Overall, he circled five birdies and squared two bogeys in his final lap around Price of Wales Country Club. His 16-under 272 was one stroke better than Alistair Presnell. Hadwin began the week eighth on the Web.com Tour money list, and has now taken over the top spot. He is virtually assured of finishing the season inside the top 25 and earning a PGA TOUR card. Mar 9 - 7:07 PM

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Adam Hadwin spun a 5-under-par 33-34=67 in the third round of the Chile Classic to a take a one-stroke lead at 13-under 203.

The Canadian circled six birdies to just one bogey on his lap around Price of Wales Country Club. He took full advantage of the par 5s, grabbing birdies on each of the four. He has just four bogeys on the week, which is tied for fifth fewest. While he's never a winner on the Web.com Tour, he did enter in solid from off a T8 at the Pacific Rubiales Colombia Classic.
Mar 8 - 8:29 PM

Adam Hadwin turned in a 3-under-par 39-30=69 at El Camino Country Club in Oceanside, Calif., in today's open qualifiers for the Farmers Insurance Open, three swings too many to force a playoff for a berth into the tournament proper.

After navigating last year's four-spotter, Hadwin withdrew before Monday's final round to travel to Arizona for the OQ at the WM Phoenix Open. Alas, he shot 79 to finish T104. Today he traded two birdies with two bogeys and a double going out before circling five birdies coming in. That kind of roller-coaster ride won't cut it in most track meets. Other notables that failed to qualify include: 68--Eric Axley; Steve Allan; Stephen Gangluff; Jason Allred; Martin Piller ... 69--Duffy Waldorf; Andres Gonzales; Jeff Gove; J.J. Killeen; Si Woo Kim ... 70--Tag Ridings; Frank Lickliter II; Mark Hensby; Colt Knost; Luke List; Tyler Aldridge ... 71--Cameron Beckman; Arjun Atwal; Henrik Norlander ... 72--Michael Letzig; Kyle Reifers ... 73--Jason Gore; Brad Adamonis ... 74--Doug LaBelle II; Ben Kohles; Vaughn Taylor; Rod Pampling; Cliff Kresge ... 75--Peter Tomasulo ... 76--James Nitties ... 78--Scott McCarron; Lee Janzen.
Jan 20 - 11:36 PM

Adam Hadwin has experienced his share of success at the RBC Canadian Open in his brief career and is back again this season.

If we've learned anything this year, it's that there are more than one way to earn a PGA TOUR card. Jordan Spieth proved that. Hadwin nearly did the same in 2011 when he earned $440,752 as a non-member due in large part to a strong week in Canada. Hedging his bets, he also comes in at 53 on the current Web.com Tour money list.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Tue, Jul 23, 2013 11:22:00 PM

Adam Hadwin turned in a 39-40=79 for his score at McCormick Ranch Golf Club's Pine Course at the open qualifier for this week's Waste Management Phoenix Open, nine strokes too high to join the playoff for two spots.

Well, he give himself a chance. Remember that he withdrew from the Farmers with only three holes to play so he didn't miss his tee time at Monday's OQ. Other notables that failed to qualify include: 69--Andres Gonzales ... 70--Vaughn Taylor; Russell Knox; Tim Petrovic; Cameron Beckman; Kirk Triplett ... 71--Heath Slocum; Gary Christian; Kent Jones; Ronnie Black; Troy Merritt; James Nitties; Martin Piller ... 72--Robert Streb; Darron Stiles; Billy Mayfair; Brendon Todd; Michael Allen; Frank Lickliter II; Alex Cejka; Danny Lee; Jason Allred; Brad Elder ... 73--David Duval; Sung Kang; Todd Demsey; Alex Aragon ... 74--Shawn Stefani; Lee Williams; Morgan Hoffmann; Jeff Gove; Chris Smith; Patrick Cantlay ... 75--Eric Axley; Cliff Kresge; Stephen Gangluff ... 76--Donald Constable; Ted Purdy; Craig Barlow; Jeff Quinney; Bio Kim ... 77--Marc Turnesa; Jamie Lovemark ... 78--Lee Janzen ... 79--Chris Baryla.
Tue, Jan 29, 2013 12:42:00 PM

Adam Hadwin elected not to return to Torrey Pines today to complete his final round.

He was 12-over-par on his round and had three holes to play to post, but at 5-over through 69 holes, he he was flirting with last place of the 87 that made the cut. Instead, he'll make the quick trip to Arizona to compete in today's open qualifier for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. He has a 1:45 p.m. tee time (Mountain Standard Time) on the Pine Course McCormick Ranch Golf Club in Scottsdale. The Canadian forfeited a small five-figure check with today's decision, but he also passed up on potentially valuable non-member FedExCup points.
Mon, Jan 28, 2013 02:26:00 PM

Adam Hadwin posted a 3-under-par 36-33=69 in the third round of the Farmers Insurance Open, becoming the first to reach to clubhouse at 7-under 209.

The Canadian was one of four Monday qualifiers to start the week and immediately jumped into contention with an opening 66 in his only round on the North Course. He gave back two shots to par in the second round, but his four birdies and one bogey in the third round got him back on track. He will regroup quickly and start the final round shortly. If he can finish inside the top 10, he would gain entry into the upcoming Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Sun, Jan 27, 2013 03:20:00 PM

Adam Hadwin spun a bogey-free, 6-under-par 34-32=66 at Torrey Pines North in his opening round of the Farmers Insurance Open.

Hadwin picked up where he left off from Monday's open qualifier where he converted 11 birdies (at El Camino Country Club). He dropped in six more today, including two on par 5s, to finish one back of the clubhouse lead.
Thu, Jan 24, 2013 05:31:00 PM

With an 8-under-par 35-29=64, Adam Hadwin co-medaled at today's open qualifier for the Farmers Insurance Open at El Camino Country Club in Oceanside, Calif.

The Canadian drilled 11 birdies to carry one bogey and one double. He started his loop with birdies at 10 and 11, and then picked off three consecutive beginning at the 15th hole. After making the turn, he rolled his sixth birdie in at the second hole, and then ran the table from the fifth hole into the clubhouse. Mark Baker shared medalist honors at 8-under 32-32=64 thanks to an eagle and seven birdies against just one bogey. Former PGA TOUR member Brad Adamonis (6-under 33-33=66; 9 birdies, 1 bogey, 1 double) and Michael McCabe (6-under 36-30=66; 1 eagle, 6 birdies, 2 bogeys) filled the other two berths into the tournament proper.
Mon, Jan 21, 2013 08:48:00 PM

Adam Hadwin turned in a 4-under-par 32-34=66 for his opening round of the RBC Canadian Open, finishing four strokes back of the clubhouse lead.

Hadwin earned status on the Web.com Tour this season by virtue of a tremendous effort as a non-member in PGA TOUR events in 2011. Alas, he's only 55th in earnings on the developmental circuit. He's forgoing a start on that tour this week for his first of the year with the big boys. It was a great day overall as the native Canuck hit 14 greens and poured in seven birdies. Four from that set dropped in from beyond 13 feet, including rolls of 16'8" and 16'5" at the second and eighth holes, respectively. He also poured in a par save from 15'3" at 6.
Thu, Jul 26, 2012 06:51:00 PM

Adam Hadwin signed for a 2-under-par 33-35=68 following his opening round of The McGladrey Classic.

Without a sponsor exemption at next week's season finale at Disney World, the Canadian upstart will need no worse than a three-way T6 or solo seventh this week to secure an exemption into the final stage of Q School via Special Temporary Membership. He'll need to putt better to get the job done. Hadwin split 12 (of 14) fairways and hit 17 greens but needed 33 putts today. He circled three birdies including a conversion of 15'6" at the 11th hole, but his primary highlight was a bogey save of 24'3" at the seventh. He's five strokes back of the overnight co-leaders.
Thu, Oct 13, 2011 06:39:00 PM

Adam Hadwin was added to the published field of this week's McGladrey Classic.

With his T7 at the Frys.com Open, the Canadian has earned $432,752 as a non-member. That would rank 145th on the official money list. He's about $170K short of the 125th position. If he can sneak inside the top 125 and remain there following next week's season finale at Disney World, Hadwin will be fully exempt on the PGA TOUR next year. If he falls short but remains inside the top 150, he'll be exempt into the final stage of Q School.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Mon, Oct 10, 2011 10:15:00 AM

Shortly before Jim Renner posted a 62, Adam Hadwin matched the old course record at CordeValle in his third round of the Frys.com Open with a 7-under-par 34-30=64, finishing with a share of the 54-hole clubhouse lead at 10-under 203.

In just three starts on the PGA TOUR this year, the 24-year-old Canadian has earned $302,440 as a non-member, a total that would place him 165th on the official money list. This week, he's circled two eagles and 12 birdies. His first eagle was a hole-out from 100 yards to end his opening-round 71 at the par-4 18th hole. After opening today's round with a bogey, he sandwiched an eagle-3 at the par-5 15th with six birdies including conversions of 12'5" and 13'5" at the seventh and 10th holes. At the time he signed his card today, he led the field in distance off the tee at 295.3 yards; holes six and 14 are used for measurement.
Sat, Oct 8, 2011 07:37:00 PM

Adam Hadwin has been added to the published field of this week's Greenbrier Classic.

Hadwin's share of fourth place secured the top-10 exemption reserved for professionals. He's now 3-for-3 in PGA TOUR events -- the last two Canadian Opens and the U.S. Open at Congressional last month.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Mon, Jul 25, 2011 10:31:00 AM

Adam Hadwin carded a third round of of 2-under-par 68 and is a stroke off the lead at the RBC Canadian Open.

Hadwin came out red hot with three birdies in his first four holes to take a one-stroke lead, however bogeys at the fifth and eighth holes dropped him back into a tie for the lead, and at the turn he found himself two strokes back after Chad Campbell converted an 11-foot eagle putt at the par-5 seventh hole. On the back nine, Hadwin stayed close to the top of the leaderboard, as Campbell had a back nine meltdown, and he pulled himself within a stroke of the lead with an 11-foot birdie at the par-4 16th hole. On Sunday, the British Columbia native will be looking for his first title on the PGA TOUR and to be the first Canadian to win his national open since 1954.
Sat, Jul 23, 2011 06:32:00 PM