Adam Hadwin says he wants to compete for Canada in the next Olympic games.
In a recent interview with Bob Weeks from Golf Talk Canada, Hadwin expressed an interest in competing for his home country at the next Olympics in 2020 in Tokyo.
Hadwin mentioned that he has discussed the Olympics with Graham DeLaet and David Hearn and their experience competing for Canada at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
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“We have a huge contingent now of Canadians on the PGA Tour and guys playing well on the Web (.com Tour) coming up so I’m going to have to continue to play some good golf and hopefully in a couple of years for Tokyo I’m going to be on that list.”
Considering his recent play on the PGA Tour, Hadwin has to be considered the favourite to be one of the selections to represent Canada along with the likes of DeLaet, Ben Silverman, Mackenzie Hughes and Nick Taylor who are all competing on the PGA Tour along with Austin Connelly who competes on the European Tour.