Adam Hadwin can be pardoned for the initial round of the U.S. Open

The purported hardest test in golf - - allowing him an opportunity to breathe out.

Hadwin was home in Canada last week for his own public open

A significantly greater arrangement on the grounds

The pandemic had dropped the Canadian Open the past two years and the golf-fixated fans brought tremendous energy.

He has been invulnerable from the unending chat and hypothesis of the Saudi-supported rival association that consumed consideration the entire week at The Country Club.

Little miracle he strolled off Thursday with a 4-under 66 for his best score in 63 rounds at significant titles

A 1-shot lead over Rory McIlroy and four others at 67: Callum Tarren of England

David Lingmerth of Sweden, MJ Daffue of South Africa and Joel Dahmen.

Adam Hadwin is a Canadian professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. He has won once on the PGA Tour

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