Abbotsford golfer Adam Hadwin tied for third at the Web.com Tour stop in Mexico.

Abbotsford golfer Adam Hadwin tied for third at the Web.com Tour stop in Mexico.

Hadwin stays hot, ties for third at Web.com Tour event in Mexico

Adam Hadwin continued his season-opening roll on the Web.com Tour, finishing tied for third at the El Bosque Mexico Championship.

Adam Hadwin continued his season-opening roll on the Web.com Tour, finishing tied for third at the El Bosque Mexico Championship.

Hadwin wrapped up the event with a terrific four-under 68 during Sunday’s final round, which got him to -7 for the tournament and into a six-way tie for third, six strokes back of winner Carlos Ortiz.

The 26-year-old Abbotsford golfer earned $29,925, which boosted him from fourth to third on the tour’s money list with total earnings of $173,289.

The top 25 at season’s end earn PGA Tour cards for 2015, and Hadwin’s hot start has put him in terrific position – in 2013, the 25th-place finisher on the money list had $168,710.

Hadwin has made the cut at all six Web.com Tour events to date in 2014, highlighted by a trio of top-10 finishes, including a victory at the Chile Open and an eighth-place result at the Pacific Rubiales Colombia Championship.

Fellow Abbotsford golfer Nick Taylor missed the cut in Mexico – he opened with a one-under 71, but struggled to a seven-bogey, zero-birdie 79 in the second round. He’s 45th on the money list with earnings of $28,258.