Adam Hadwin

Highlighted by his first victory on the PGA Tour at the Valspar Championship in 2017, Adam Hadwin’s career started at the age of 3, golfing under his father/coach in Abbottsford, British Columbia. Shortly after his college career at the University of Louisville, Hadwin gained professional status and began climbing the ranks all the way to 41st in the world in 2018. Since early 2017, Adam has remained in the top 100 rankings.

Joining the long list of Team RBC golfers, Adam Hadwin also prioritizes his charitable work when not on the course. After his brother was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease at an early age, Hadwin funneled his charitable efforts towards the C.H.I.L.D. Foundation in order to fund research for Crohn’s disease and other liver disorders. While on the course, Adam also finds ways to support this cause through his “Birdie for C.H.I.L.D.” program, which consists of a personal donation for each birdie he makes during play.