Adam Hadwin entered the 10th hole (No. 1) in round two of the RBC Heritage at even-par, and below the projected cut line of -1.
But after a bogey-free 5-under 31 on the final nine, which included three birdies and a chip-in eagle, the 29-year-old Canadian rocketed 58 spots up the leaderboard (T72 to T14).
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Hadwin made birdies 11, 12, and 13 to get to 3-under – safely above the cut line. But after his miraculous chip-in eagle on the final hole, the recent winner of the Valspar Championship is not only playing the weekend, he’s now in contention.
Credit: PGA Tour