Adam Hadwin is a Canadian personality who is a golfer by trade and plays on PGA Tour. He has earned several championships, including Web.com Tour, Canadian Tour, PGA Tour and others, totaling 12 wins since the start of his career. In the ongoing US Open Championship, he leads the board with a birdie from five of the last six holes.
Adam Hadwin early life
Adam Hadwin is approximately 35 years old due to his 1987 birth. He was born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, and grew up in Abbotsford, British Columbia, where he grew up playing golf and befriended another top young player, Nick Taylor. Adam’s father’s name is Gerry, who was also a professional golfer of his day and who competed on the Canadian PGA Tour in 1979. Growing up and playing golf during his education, he became a member of RCGA’s 2008 Canadian amateur men’s team. Adam attended the University of Louisville after getting a golf scholarship. So he went on to study business administration and earned the 2009 All-America Honorable Mention in golf.
Career of Adam Hadwin
Adam began rushing for professional life and soon after, he plunged into his golf games with the first Ledgeview Open win on the Vancouver Golf Tour (VGT). He won a total of four VGT Tours/Individual events in 2009, including several other appearances, along with the Golden Ear’s Open and the RBC Invitational Pro-am, becoming one of the top scorers by professionals, earning a good name and fame in Western Canada. † Shortly after beginning his professional career, Adam won the 2009 Gateway Tour Winter Series sponsorship event. Adam became part of the 2010 California Winter Qualifying School after competing in the 2010 Canadian Tour and earning highly qualified status in the gold industry. He has won several events and tours, including Rivermead Cup, the most prominent of which, when he appeared for the 2010 RBC Canadian Open at Toronto’s St. George’s Golf and Country Club. This was the first PGA Tour event he competed in and finished scoring 5 under par 279 and placed 37th on the list of the best golfers.
Adam Hadwin Biography
|Real name||Adam Hadwin|
|Date of birth||Nov 2, 1987|
|Age (from 2022)||34 years|
|Birthplace||Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Secondary school||University of Louisville|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 8” – in Centimeters – 173 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 73kg- in pounds – 160 pounds|
|Who is his wife?||Jessica Dawn Kippenberger|
Adam Hadwin is a happily married man and has his extended family in Canada which includes a wife named Jessica Dawn and a one-year-old daughter named Maddox. The couple is believed to be involved in a love marriage and they became friends during the Web.com Tour in Wichita, Kansas in 2014. Jessica Dawn has a degree in nursing and calls herself a graduate or qualified nurse. The couple switched marriage rituals after Adam’s breakthrough victory at the Valspar. Although the pair met on the Web.com Tour, Adam and Jessica are said to have met on a dating app called Tinder. They became friends, attended each other’s special events, and finally tied the knot to be together forever. It is also said that Adam and Jessica went through several ups and downs due to the two failed pregnancies and failed attempts to start their family. Then, finally, with the help of IVF, the couple welcomed their first child Maddox who came into the world on January 8, 2020.
Adam Hadwin Net worth
Adam Hadwin spent his winters from 2010 to 2011 playing for the Sunshine Tour of South Africa. He won his second Canadian Tour event in March 2011 with a record 66-66-62-69 and six winning strokes. That day, he returned home with a profit of $23,400. He then went on to win another $41,154 and returned home with the winning 39th place overall in golfers’ standings after appearing at the Congressional Country Club for the 2011 US Open. Hadwin again appeared in 2011 for the RBC Canadian Open which was held in Vancouver at the Shaughnessy Golf & Country Club. He went into the final lap and took second with one track lead and an overall score of 72-66-68. He managed a fourth-place finish after shooting 72 in the final round and winning the biggest prize of his life worth $228,800. On March 9, 2014, he again won his first Web.com Tour event, earning a total of $117,000, which was later placed on the first cash list. In March 2017, Adam won his first PGA Tour and returned home with total winnings of $1,134,000. Given the prize money and the history of his winnings, it’s clear that Adam must have a net worth of at least $5 million.