Adam Hadwin made the cut at the McGladrey Classic at Sea Island, Georgia on the weekend – his fifth made cut in five PGA Tour events this season – but he didn’t get the payday he was looking for.
The 23-year-old Abbotsford golfer struggled to a six-over 76 during Sunday’s final round, leaving him in 70th place at seven-over for the tournament.
Hadwin went into the event hoping to crack the top 125 on the PGA Tour money list, which would have earned him a tour card for next season.
His McGladrey finish was worth just $8,000, though, leaving him in 159th place on the money list at $440,752. He’ll attend the second round of PGA Q-School next month.
Regardless, the Canadian Tour regular has proven he can compete on the PGA Tour, with top-10 finishes at the RBC Canadian Open and the Frys.com Open to his credit this season.