Adam Hadwin had a rough day shooting an eight-over 80 in the final round of the U.S. Open to fall into a tie for 60th place.
Hadwin had a very tough stretch in the middle of his round where he made three straight double-bogeys. It just simply wasn't his week as he was outside the top-55 in both SG: Tee-to-green and SG: Putting. Hadwin is still in the midst of his best season having made 16 of 18 cuts and posted four top-10 finishes. He has just one finish inside the top-25 in his last seven starts, however. Hadwin will look to get back on track at the Travelers Championship this week.
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Adam Hadwin closed with a two-under 70 to finish in a tie for 30th at THE PLAYERS Championship.
Hadwin probably had a sour taste in his mouth after making a double-bogey on the 72nd hole, removing his name from the top 25. He ranked 36th in strokes gained: putting and 34th in strokes gained: tee-to-green for the week. Hadwin was also impressive from the bunkers as he got the ball up-and-down 8-of-10 times, which was second in the field. He has been one of the best players on Tour this season as he ranks sixth in the FedExCup standings and 16th in strokes gained: total. Hadwin will not play at this week's AT&T Byron Nelson.
Adam Hadwin carded a two-over 74 on Sunday at the Valero Texas Open to finish 10-over and tied for 72nd.
Hadwin's week at TPC San Antonio was ruined by a third-round 82 that sent him barreling down the leaderboard after entering the weekend at two-under-par. He carded a terribly whopping 45 on the front nine alone Saturday, while a 37 on the back somewhat limited the damage. Hadwin has notched three top-25s in his previous four starts entering the week, so he'll look to get back to that upon his return to tournament action in a couple weeks.
Adam Hadwin shot a two-under 69 in the final round of the RBC Heritage to finish in a tie for 22nd place.
Hadwin put on a ball striking clinic this week as he finished first in strokes gained tee-to-green. He was just unable to convert on the greens enough to really be in contention as he was 70th in strokes gained putting. His balky putter this week should be just an anomaly as he is 18th in strokes gained putting for the season. It's been a breakout season thus far as he has missed just one cut in 13 starts and owns seven top-25's and four top-10's. He has also shot a 59 en route to finishing second at the CareerBuilder Challenge and notched his first career win at the Valspar Championship. He will look to keep things rolling at the Valero Texas Open this week.
Adam Hadwin shot a two-under 70 in the final round of the Masters to finish in a tie for 36th place.
He made just six pars on Sunday to go along with seven birdies and five bogeys. Hadwin has had an excellent year through the first major of the season. After opening the season with a missed cut, Hadwin has made his next 11 cuts including four top-10's and six top-25 finishes. It was his first career victory at the Valspar Championship that earned him an invitation to play at the Masters. Hadwin will tee it up this week at the RBC Heritage.