Adam Hadwin received a brutal roast by the USGA at the US Open this week.
It all began last Sunday during the final round of the RBC Canadian Open.
As Hadwin watched anxiously from the side of the green, his good friend Nick Taylor holed a 72-foot eagle putt to become the first Canadian to win the tournament in nearly 70 years.
Hadwin, who grew up playing at the same golf course in Abbotsford, B.C. as Taylor, rushed onto the green with many other inside-the-ropes personnel to congratulate Taylor on the historic achievement.
He began spraying Taylor with a bottle of champagne.
Unfortunately, a security guard didn't recognize Hadwin, and mistook him for a fan invading the green.
It resulted in a highlight-reel moment where the security guard tackles Hadwin to the ground.
Security is TOIGHT at the Canadian Open pic.twitter.com/6cS38bQiYk— Kayla Grey (@Kayla_Grey) June 11, 2023
Thankfully, Hadwin survived the tackle and made the trip out west to the US Open.
But the next day, when Hadwin arrived at his locker at the Los Angeles Country Club, there was a surprise waiting for him.
The USGA, who runs the US Open, had left a safety vest and helmet in the Canadian's locker with a note that said:
Now, it looks like the USGA had another joke up their sleeve ready for Hadwin, this one a little harsher than the first.
After shooting an even-par 70 for the first round of the major on Thursday, Hadwin had another surprise waiting for him.
This time, the USGA left a box of Just for Men mustache and beard dye in his locker along with a note that said:
In a tweet, Hadwin responded to the USGA, saying:
Here's Hadwin's post: