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Brad Adamonis |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (42) / 1/16/1973
College: Miami University

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Brad Adamonis turned in a 3-under-par 35-34=69 at Crestview Country Club in Agawam, Massachusetts, in today's open qualifier for the Travelers Championship, and then survived a 6-for-3 playoff for a berth into the tournament proper.
The former PGA TOUR member from Providence traded four birdies with one bogey today. He hasn't pegged it in the big leagues since the 2013 Greenbrier Classic. In fact, the Travelers will be his first TOUR-sanctioned competition in 13 months (2014 Rex Hospital Classic on the Web.com Tour). Jun Hak Lee and David Pastore also carded 35-34=69s today. Both offset two bogeys with five birdies. They'll be making their PGA TOUR debuts, as will medalist Jean-Philip Cornellier, who shot 4-under 34-34=68 with five birdies against one bogey in the four-spotter. Josh Teater, who has conditional status, was among the trio eliminated in the playoff. The field at TPC River Highlands is now complete at 156. Jun 22 - 3:45 PM

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Brad Adamonis turned in a 1-over-par 38-35=73 at Dorado Beach Golf Club's Sugarcane Course in today's open qualifier for the Puerto Rico Open, six strokes too many to force a playoff for one of the four berths up for grabs.

The former PGA TOUR member sandwiched a pair of birdie-4s on his inward nine with three bogey-5s. He hasn't pegged it in PGA TOUR-sanctioned competition since missing the cut on the Web.com Tour last May. Other notables that failed at the open qualifier in Dorado, Puerto Rico, today include: 68--Mike Van Sickle ... 69--Russ Cochran ... 71--Bubba Dickerson; Kyle Thompson ... 72--Jonathan Moore ... 75--Matt Hill ... WD--Parker McLachlin; Cliff Kresge.
Source: PRGA.org
Mar 2 - 7:20 PM

Brad Adamonis turned in a 4-under-par 33-35=68 in today's open qualifier for the RBC Canadian Open at St. Raphael Golf Club in Île Bizard, Quebec, one stroke too high to force a playoff for a berth into the tournament proper.

Adamonis circled five birdies, but couldn't overcome his only bogey of the day at the par-4 second hole. The former PGA TOUR member was bidding to make his first start on the circuit since the 2013 Greenbrier Classic. Incidentally, he was one stroke outside the number at this year's Greenbrier OQ. Other notables that failed to qualify for the RBC Canadian Open today include: 69--Lee Janzen; Marc Turnesa ... 70--Frank Lickliter II ... 71--Will Strickler.
Mon, Jul 21, 2014 05:36:00 PM

Brad Adamonis signed for a 4-under-par 35-32=67 following his round in today's open qualifier for The Greenbrier Classic, one stroke too many to force a playoff for a berth into the tournament.

The former PGA TOUR member survived a playoff in last year's four-spotter at the Cobb Course at The Resort at Glade Springs in Daniels, West Virginia. He carded a 65 in regulation. Today he managed five birdies against one bogey. Other notables that failed to qualify include: 68--Frank Lickliter II ... 69--Tag Ridings; Eric Axley; Fran Quinn; Bubba Dickerson ... 70--Lee Janzen ... 71--David Gossett ... 73--Craig Kanada ... 74--Brady Watt ... 75--Bob Sowards ... 76--Drew Weaver.
Mon, Jun 30, 2014 04:16:00 PM

Brad Adamonis turned in a 71 at today's four-spotter for the OHL Classic at Mayakoba, one stroke too many to force a playoff for the final berth into the tournament proper.

Adamonis hasn't had status on the PGA TOUR since 2009. Likewise, it's been just over four years since his father passed away. He's played full-time on the Web.com Tour but hasn't logged a top 10 on either circuit since the '09 Bob Hope Classic. Other notables that failed to qualify at Iberostar Playa Paraíso Golf Club in Cancún, México, today include Bubba Dickerson and Jonathan Randolph, both of whom shot 74.
Mon, Nov 11, 2013 05:38:00 PM

Brad Adamonis survived a 3-for-2 playoff at today's open qualifier for this week's Greenbrier Classic.

The former PGA TOUR member completed regulation at The Resort at Glade Springs' Cobb Course in Daniels, W. Va., in 6-under-par 30-35=65. He and Ryan Blaum (32-33=65) outlasted Jamie Lovemark (32-33=65) to snag the final two berths. Daniel Obremski was the medalist at 9-under 32-30=62. Ryan Zylstra took runner-up honors at 7-under 32-32=64. The field at The Old White TPC is now complete at 156.
Mon, Jul 1, 2013 06:12:00 PM

Brad Adamonis was added to the field at this week's U.S. Open at Congressional.

Adamonis was the first alternate once Gary Woodland gained entry via the updated world ranking in the wee hours of this morning. Adamonis finished one stroke too high to crack the top 10 at the 36-hole sectional qualifier in Maryland on June 6. The former PGA TOUR member will be making his debut in this major.
Mon, Jun 13, 2011 10:19:00 AM

Brad Adamonis has been added to the published field of this week's Travelers Championship.

Adamonis received one of the final two sponsor exemptions into the tournament. The Rhode Island native lost his PGA TOUR card after an 0-for-2 start on a Minor Medical Extension. He's played the Nationwide Tour since, albeit with not much success.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Mon, Jun 21, 2010 11:16:00 AM

Brad Adamonis has been taken out of the field of the Mayakoba Golf Classic.

Adamonis had been playing on a Minor Medical Extension, but he used the last start of the extension last week and now doesn't have status on the PGA Tour.
Mon, Feb 15, 2010 11:44:00 AM

Brad Adamonis completed 54 holes of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am in 7-over-par 75-70-76=221 and missed the cut by 10 swings.

That will do it for Adamonis' Minor Medical Extension. He didn't come close in either allowed start this year, missing both cuts and finishing $328,712 short of qualifying for a promotion to the Major Medical category. He also came up short of securing conditional status by $120,539. He popped up in the field for next week's Mayakoba Golf Classic at Riviera Maya-Cancun without a sponsor exemption, so expect him to be removed from the field. As a non-winner well short of Veteran Membership, Adamonis will be relegated to full-time duty on the Nationwide Tour for the remainder of 2010.
Source: PGATour.com
Sun, Feb 14, 2010 03:38:00 PM

Brad Adamonis was added on Monday morning to the field of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.

Adamonis is using the last start of his Minor Medical Extension and he needs to earn $328,712 to upgrade his status to a Major Medical for the rest of the 2010 season. If he falls short, but earns $120,539 then he will be able to play under conditional status for the rest of the season.
Mon, Feb 8, 2010 11:32:00 AM

Brad Adamonis carded a pair fo 74s at the Farmers Insurance Open, missing the cut by six strokes.

Adamonis hit 29 GIR but required 68 putts this week. This leaves him with one start on his Minor Medical Extension to earn $328,712. Should he make it, it would elevate him to Major Medical status for the remainder of 2010. If he falls short but earns $120,539, he'll qualify for conditional status for the rest of the year. Short of that, the non-winner will be relegated to the Nationwide Tour, Monday qualifiers and a limited number of sponsor exemptions. He'll be contending for one of three spots at the Monday qualifier for next week's Northern Trust Open.
Fri, Jan 29, 2010 08:36:00 PM

Brad Adamonis was added on Tuesday to the field of the Farmers Insurance Open.

Adamonis is playing on the Minor Medical Extension this season and he has two starts to earn $328,712 to play out of the Major Medical category for the rest of the 2010 season.
Tue, Jan 26, 2010 01:46:00 PM

Brad Adamonis has been allowed two starts to earn $328,712 on a Minor Medical Extension for 2010.

A wrist injury forced Adamonis to miss two months of action in the late summer. It preceded the death of his father (October 10). The secondary goal for the golfer would be conditional status, which can be attained if he can pocket $120,539 during the extension. He is the ninth alternate for next week's Sony Open in Hawaii.
Source: PGATour.com
Fri, Jan 8, 2010 09:16:00 PM

Brad Adamonis followed his opening 66 with a 6-over-par 37-39=76 in the second round of the Frys.com Open, missing the cut by three strokes.

In the midst of a foot injury and losing his father, words simply cannot express the utter disppointment of today's travail. The bright side is that he still has a pair of events to climb from the 162nd spot on the money list to save his 2010 PGA Tour card. Others in peril of losing status that won't play the weekend in Scottsdale include Dean Wilson (1-over-par 141, 148th in earnings), Roland Thatcher (141, 115th), Jeff Maggert (141, 123rd), Todd Hamilton (142, 129th), Cliff Kresge (142, 143rd), Joe Ogilvie (143, 133rd), Eric Axley (144, 208th), Jeff Quinney (144, 113th), Kirk Triplett (144, 198th), David Duval (145, 121st) and Ken Duke (150, 157th).
Source: PGATour.com
Fri, Oct 23, 2009 09:44:00 PM