Adam Hadwin attempts to qualify for Omega Hills World Cup in Haikou
Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford will be back under the spotlight this week as he attempts to qualify for golf's $7.5 million Omega Hills World Cup at the Blackstone Course in Haikou City, China.
Hadwin, currently the highest ranked Canadian in the Official World Golf Rankings at 221st worldwide, and the poster child for the sport in his native land, will join Merritt's Roger Sloan beginning Thursday at the World Cup qualifier in Venezuela.
Meanwhile, Nick Taylor of Abbotsford has advanced through to the next round of qualifying school for the European Tour after firing a sevenunder par 65 on Sept. 16 in Austria.
He finished the 72-hole event with a combined score of 14-under par, good enough for sixth place and a spot in the second stage of qualifying, which takes place Dec. 2 to 5 in Spain.
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