Adam Hadwin's eventful week isn't quite over just yet.
The Canadian has been the center of multiple stories over the past seven days, dating back to last week's final round of the RBC Canadian Open.
After Abbotsford, B.C.'s Nick Taylor holed a 72-foot eagle putt to win the tournament - the first Canadian to do so in 69 years - Hadwin rushed the green to spray his good friend with champagne.
Unfortunately, a security guard didn't recognise the PGA Tour winner, and tackled Hadwin to the ground in an epic take-down that quickly went viral.
Security is TOIGHT at the Canadian Open pic.twitter.com/6cS38bQiYk— Kayla Grey (@Kayla_Grey) June 11, 2023
Thankfully, Hadwin was OK and made the trip to Los Angeles Country Club for this week's US Open.
But when he arrived, the USGA had a hilarious surprise waiting for him at his locker: a safety vest and helmet with a note referencing Sunday's tackle.
Then, after his first round on Thursday, the USGA had another trick up their sleeve. This time, the 35-year-old found a box of Just for Men mustache and beard dye waiting for him at his locker.
This surprise also came with a note that said:
On Saturday, Hadwin made news again, but this time without the help of the USGA.
According to a tweet by The Fried Egg founder Andy Johnson, Hadwin chucked his club into a bush during his third round.
But moments later, Hadwin then had to take the tough walk to go and retrieve the club he'd just thrown.
Adam Hadwin chucked a club in a bush today and had to go retrieve it. pic.twitter.com/WFanfx9b3x— Andy Johnson (@AndyTFE) June 17, 2023
However, Hadwin did clarify later on Twitter that he didn't have to retrieve his club, but he didn't think it'd be fair to send his caddie to do it.
I didn’t have to, but being the good Canadian kid I am, I didn’t think it was fair to send my caddy. https://t.co/BRus5iJIvX— adam hadwin (@ahadwingolf) June 17, 2023
Hadwin ended up shooting a 4-over 74 on Saturday and was tied for 55th at 6-over par after 54 holes.