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Adam Hadwin |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (27) / 11/2/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'9' / 155
College: University of Louisville

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Adam Hadwin spun a bogey-free 8-under-par 30-33=63 in the final round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Hadwin's last lap around TPC Summerlin featured eight birdies, with four of those falling from longer than 12 feet. He started his birdie binge with a 12'1" putt on the par-4 fourth, while other highlights fell from 12'3" on the par-3 fifth, 13 feet on the par-4 seventh and 42'2" on the par-5 13th. The Canuck landed an impressive 17 GIR, while also gaining over two strokes with the putter. This surpasses his 64 in the 2011 Frys.com Open as the lowest round of his young career. To put that into perspective, this was just his 49th PGA TOUR round. While he is the clubhouse leader at 13-under 271, the low numbers expected by the final pairings will make it difficult for him to do any better than a backdoor top 10. Oct 19 - 3:56 PM

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Adam Hadwin toured TPC Summerlin with a bogey-free, 4-under-par 33-34=67 in his opening round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

The PGA TOUR rookie went 2-for-2 in scrambling and rolled in four birdies, including respective gems from 23'8" and 43'3" at Nos. 7 and 17. He was perfect inside 10 feet and came to rest just three strokes adrift of the overnight twosome atop the leaderboard. Hadwin is already looking to avenge last week's fade at Silverado. After sitting five shots off the 36-hole lead, he blew up on the weekend and finished T53.
Oct 16 - 9:50 PM

Adam Hadwin arrived at the halfway point of the Frys.com Open in 5-under-par 70-69=139 and sits five strokes off the 36-hole clubhouse lead.

Hadwin has exchanged nine birdies with four bogeys thus far at Silverado. Three of today's six birdies disappeared from outside 12 feet; two dropped in from just outside 17 feet. Through 36 hole, he's split 22 (of 28) fairways and hit 26 greens in regulation, so the PGA TOUR rookie has done a great job of avoiding pitfalls.
Oct 10 - 4:53 PM

With a four-way share of seventh place at the Web.com Tour Championship, Adam Hadwin surpassed Carlos Ortiz atop the circuit's money list.

Hadwin entered the season finale ranked second and $15,736 back of Ortiz, who missed the cut in Florida to open the door for the Canadian. Hadwin banked $30,125.00 at Dye's Valley Course at TPC Sawgrass. (Justin Thomas finished in third, $34,133 adrift of Ortiz.) As a result of today's success, Hadwin will be exempt from the reshuffle on the PGA TOUR in 2014-15. He'll also receive an exemption to compete in THE PLAYERS over on the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass. While Ortiz didn't win the money title, he'll also be exempt from the reshuffle for winning three times this season, but does not get an invite to compete in THE PLAYERS.
Sep 21 - 5:03 PM

Adam Hadwin spun a 4-under-par 34-34=68 in the final round of the Chiquita Classic to claim his second Web.com Tour win of the season.

The Canadian circled five birdies to just one bogey on his last lap around River Run CC to post 18-under 270, two strokes clear of runner-up John Peterson. Hadwin finished the week inside the top 10 in driving distance, greens in regulation and putting average. His performance is an extension to what has already been a spectacular season. Not only does he already own a win at the Chile Classic, he also has two other top-three finishes on his ledger in 2014. The 26-year-old now has his sights firmly set on topping the Web.com Tour Finals money list in order to be fully exempt from the reshuffle on the PGA TOUR in 2014-15 and receive an exemption into THE PLAYERS. A third win wouldn't grant the tee time at TPC Sawgrass, but it would also guarantee status exempt from the reshuffle.
Sep 7 - 4:05 PM

Adam Hadwin spun a bogey-free 9-under-par 33-30=63 in the opening round of the Chiquita Classic to take the overnight lead.

Play was suspended due to darkness, but there is nobody within shouting distance of the Canuck. His nine birdies and nine pars represented a course record at River Run CC, with six of those birdies coming in succession to begin the back nine. As one would expect, Hadwin had everything working. He missed just two fairways and three GIR, while compiling a 1.47 putting average. He has already secured his 2014-15 PGA TOUR card via the Web.com Tour regular season money list, and is now playing for position in the opening reshuffle. The ultimate goal, however, is to finish first in earnings during the Web.com Tour Finals as the leading money earner will be exempt from the reshuffle in 2014-15 and receive an exemption into THE PLAYERS.
Sep 4 - 8:44 PM

Adam Hadwin enters the inaugural Nova Scotia Open as the highest-ranked Canadian in the field.

The 355th-ranked player in the world won the Chile Classic early in the season and sits sixth on the Web.com Tour money list. He's essentially assured himself of a 2014-15 PGA TOUR card already. His last three starts leading up to this are a T8 in the Cleveland Open, a missed cut at the Air Capital Classic and a T19 at the United Leasing Championship last week. While he will have the local crowd supporting him, he will also have the pressure of playing in his native Canada.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jul 1 - 10:08 PM

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

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