Adam Hadwin made headlines this year for getting tackled to the ground by an over-zealous security guard after the Canadian Open, but this consistent operator is a great golfer in his own right.
Videos of Hadwin grappling with a guard in the wake of Nick Taylor's Canadian Open victory went viral - Hadwin was keen to celebrate with his friend Taylor, but was bundled away having been mistaken for an intrusive member of the public.
Fortunately, no serious injury was sustained by Hadwin and he has been able to continue his solid PGA Tour career.
Having turned professional in 2009, shortly after leaving college, Hadwin won twice on the Canadian Tour to showcase his talent. Then in 2014, he won twice on the Korn Ferry Tour.
A PGA Tour breakthrough - and his lone PGA Tour title to date - came at the 2017 Valspar Championship, as he edged Patrick Cantlay by a shot to triumph.
Hadwin, who finished seventh in last year's US Open, reached a career-high of 41st in the world rankings after the 2018 Masters.
He is one of only a handful of players who has carded a sub-60 round on the PGA Tour - a 59 at the 2017 CareerBuilder Challenge.
|Birthplace||Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan|
|Date of Birth||November 2nd, 1987|
|College||University of Louisville|
|Pro wins||12 (1 PGA Tour title)|
|Career earnings||$19,297,965 (PGA Tour only)|
2017 - Valspar Championship
Hadwin is from Moose Jaw - the fourth-largest city in Saskatchewan. He relocated to Abbotsford, which is closer to the United States border.
Hadwin has banked almost $20m in prize money on the PGA Tour alone.
Estimates as to the net worth of Hadwin vary between $5m and $10m.
Joe Cruz is Hadwin's long-time caddie.
Cruz has been on the bag for most of Hadwin's greatest moments, including his 2017 Valspar Championship triumph and both of his Presidents Cup appearances.
Hadwin uses Callaway clubs. He signed a deal with Callaway in 2011 and has remained loyal to the brand ever since.
Hadwin has played in two Presidents Cups - 2017 and 2019 - and he was on the losing side on both occasions. Despite his team's defeat, he did manage to help earn some points.
He paired up with Hideki Matsuyama to claim a half against Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed in 2017.
Then in 2019 Hadwin joined forces with Sungjae Im to beat Patrick Cantlay and Xander Schauffele in the opening fourballs at Royal Melbourne, following up with a half against Bryson DeChambeau in the singles.
Hadwin seems likely to tee up in the Fortinet Championship in California in the middle of September.
He did not qualify for the Tour Championship, so is in the midst of a long break.