Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan in 1987, Adam Hadwin grew up in Abbotsford, British Columbia where he played several sports with baseball being his favorite. Before long though, his love and talent for golf became apparent and he went on to play collegiately at Louisville University. After a successful college career he turned pro in 2009 and not long after won twice on the Mackenzie Tour, once in 2010 and again in 2011. He then moved on to the Web.com tour where again he took home victories at the 2014 Chile Classic and the 2014 Chiquita Classic which led him to the PGA Tour.
Now in his third season on the PGA Tour, Adam is finding his stride after firing a career defining 59 (13 under) at the Career Builder Challenge, becoming the first Canadian to do so. Coincidentally this was also Adam’s first round wearing Levelwear. After the milestone 59, Hadwin went on to finish runner-up at the Career Builder and is poised for his best season ever.
Adam’s charity is the C.H.I.L.D. Foundation which supports Crohn’s disease, an aliment his brother has. He loves trying new things in the kitchen and aspires to try skydiving, bungee jumping and visiting the Great Wall of China in his future.