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BELFOR renews partnership with Adam Hadwin

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Adam Hadwin (Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

BELFOR has announced that it will once again partner with PGA Tour rookie Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford, B.C.

BELFOR first partnered with the 2014 Web.com money list winner in 2009 when Hadwin was making the jump from amateur to professional.

Hadwin had a stellar 2014 campaign, capturing wins at the Web.com Tour’s Chile Classic and Chiquita Classic and securing full status on the PGA Tour for the 2014/2015 season. With four events already under his belt, Hadwin is making the most of his rookie season on the PGA Tour, having placed in the top-10 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas last month.

The financial burden of playing professional golf for a living often becomes a distraction for young golfers, as expenses for travel and tournament entry fees tend to outweigh what players earn from week to week. BELFOR’s support helped eliminate this distraction for Hadwin when he began his professional career.

“When BELFOR stepped up to support me in 2009, I was able to play with a level of security and confidence, knowing that I had the financial support I needed to go out and focus on winning at the professional level, a luxury most young pros do not have,” said Hadwin. “For this reason, I consider BELFOR a special part of my team and a major contributor to my success thus far. I can’t thank Sheldon, Will and the entire BELFOR team enough for the faith they put in me and I’m thrilled that they will be joining me on the PGA Tour.”

The renewed partnership, now in its sixth year, will continue to see the BELFOR logo positioned on Hadwin’s chest.

“Adam is a very driven, determined and talented young man who represents many of the core values that we represent corporately and individually,” said Will Cook, President of BELFOR Canada. “We are so incredibly proud of everything he has accomplished in his still very young career, and are equally proud to be associated with him professionally and personally. He represents the future of Canadian golf, and that future is very bright with Adam leading the charge.”