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So close but yet so far, a couple inches here, a tiny more aggressive there. What could have been during the 3M Open’s final day on Sunday.
The re-emergence of a local golfer on the circuit may have given University of Louisville fans a renewed enthusiasm for PGA competition during the summer months.
Adam Hadwin, a former UofL golfer, has actually been on the PGA circuit since he went professional in 2009. He’s 31 years old and a native of Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan, Canada. His father Gerry is a golf club professional who joined the Canadian PGA in 1979.
Hadwin raised his game to a new level over the weekend, finishing fourth with in the 3M Open at Blaine, Minn. He was 18-under-par for the tournament, finishing three strokes behind Michael Wolff at -21 and Bryan DeChambeau and Collin Morikawa, who tied for second at -20.
He was among the leaders all four days, starting off with a seven-under-par 67 in the opening round. For the tournament, he had 26 birdies and eight bogies. Hadwin won a total of $307,000 for his fourth place finish, according to UofL stats guru Kelly Dickey.
He has participated in 25 PGA events this year, including the PGA Open at Harding Park at San Francisco in May. He was in a five-way tie for 29th in that one, finishing with a 5-over-par. He also has competed twice in the Masters and twice in the U.S. Open.
His previous best finish was a 14-under-par win in 2017 in the Valspar Championship, a PGA event at the Innisbrook Resort near Tampa in 2017. He took home $1,134,000 that day.