There are a few half dozen Canadian execs on the PGA Tour, and they’re a tight-knit bunch. That a lot was evident finally summer time’s RBC Canadian Open, when Nick Taylor grew to become the primary Canadian to win their nation’s nationwide open since 1954.
Taylor drained a 72-footer for eagle on the fourth playoff gap at Oakdale Golf and Nation Membership to beat Tommy Fleetwood and win final June, and when the unlikely successful putt dropped the celebration was on. Some Canadian execs have been amongst those that stormed the inexperienced, however one — Adam Hadwin, sporting denims, a hoodie and black hat — wasn’t wearing his typical golf gear and apparently blended in nicely with the spectators. A safety guard will need to have thought so too, as he tackled Hadwin to the bottom.
Hadwin has been a superb sport in regards to the incident, and it was even motivation for his household’s Halloween costumes.
He’s additionally apparently realized from it, too. Quick ahead to Sunday on the WM Phoenix Open, and Taylor was closing in on his fourth profession PGA Tour victory. He shot a final-round 65 after which went birdie-birdie in a playoff to beat Charley Hoffman.
Hadwin was noticed close to the inexperienced ready to see if Taylor might shut it out (in an outfit just like what he wore on the RBC Canadian Open), however he didn’t rush the inexperienced with Champagne like he did final summer time.
“No, not this time,” Hadwin stated. “I realized my lesson.”
“It was paying homage to the Canadian Open a bit bit,” Taylor stated afterward. “Loads of snowbirds down right here, lots of people come all the way down to this event that I do know, even on the West Coast and throughout Canada. The help was unbelievable. It was fairly enjoyable to be round, so it was enjoyable all week.”
As for Hadwin?
“He dodged safety this time,” Taylor stated, “so it’s good.”