Team Canada

Adam Svensson turns professional

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Adam Svensson (Golf Canada/ Bernard Brault)

Toronto – Canadian golfer Adam Svensson, winner of his last nine of 14 Division II collegiate starts, has turned professional and signed with SportBox Entertainment Group for worldwide management and marketing representation.

Svensson has inked deals with Acushnet/Titleist, J.Lindeberg and Freedom 55 Financial. He will also continue to be supported by Golf Canada’s through the Young Pro Squad program.

“After winning my last two starts, my gut was telling me it was the right time to make the move and turn professional,” said Svensson. “I feel my game is ready to be pushed to the next level and I am excited to challenge and better myself against the best players in professional golf.”

In addition to nine collegiate wins, the product of Surrey, B.C. is a two-time NCAA First Team All-American, 2013/14 Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year, and was named the 2012/13 Phil Mickelson Award recipient as most outstanding freshman.

Svensson will focus his efforts on PGA Tour Canada and Tour events in 2015.

The Barry University alum spent two years on Golf Canada’s National Men’s Amateur Team following four years on the National Development Squad. He will once again transition his involvement with Golf Canada’s National Team program, becoming a member of the Team Canada Young Pro Squad.