Hadwin holds off Cantlay for Valspar title

Posted March 13, 2017

Canadian Adam Hadwin survived a late wobble to claim his first PGA Tour title at the Valspar Championship in Florida.

Hadwin shot an even-par round in the final round to finish the tournament at 14 under.

Well, the golf gods made up for it at the 13th hole.

Hadwin sank a one-foot tap-in for the victory after Cantlay bogeyed the par-four 18th, failing to get up-and-down from a greenside bunker.

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Hadwin dropped a shot at the sixth after missing a five footer, but birdied the eighth from 11 feet, picked up another shot at the long 11th and drained a 53-foot putt on 13 before his wayward tee shot on the 16th nearly proved costly. But Hadwin steadied his nerve, closed with a pair of pars and now has his first career win - and first Masters invite - two months after shooting a 59 at the CareerBuilder Challenge. A closing bogey allowed Hadwin to seal the win with a short par putt.

Speaking with Global News, Hadwin credited his fiancé with helping him focus on the course and deal with the inevitable frustration that comes with playing on the PGA Tour.

Tony Finau produced the round of the day, a flawless seven-birdie 64 propelling him to 11 under and outright fifth, while defending champion Charl Schwartzel birdied the last two holes to cap a 68 and finish five shots behind the champion.