Adam was born in the UK before moving to Spain at the age 12. Growing up Adam was a golf fanatic, and a true student of his craft. His dedication to the sport saw him turn pro at the age of 22. Through Adam’s golfing aptitude he has toured the globe and played in countless competitions. Along his journey Adam was dubbed Adam ’Super’ Sagar, a result of his unique dress style on the course. Adam matches his hat, belt, clothing colours and club headcovers to his superhero choice of the day. So far 2019 has been of to a good start.
Early 2019 was a real test for Adam, he had to ensure he was in peak physical condition for the tournaments he would be competing in this year. In doing so, Adam spent a lot of time in the gym and at his local golf course. To begin Adam’s intense schedule, he flew out to Jordan and Ajman to partake in the Mena Tour to play in the first two events. Between events Adam was jetting to Dubai to meet with his development coaches, utilises their expertise and knowledge to improve his game. The main agenda for these two events were to get some competitive practice before the PGA Tour – China Series in Guangzhou commenced. After a long stretch of respectable tournaments and extensive travel in the PGA Tour– China Series, Adam felt both mentally and physically drained due to difficulties acclimating to the surrounding environment e.g. food, climate, ect.
After returning home, Adam reflected on his past performances. Before returning to this training regime; ensuring sufficient nutrition, allocated gym sessions and practice on his local courses. Upon reflection Adam made the executive decision not to return to Asia and focus his energy on Europe.
Adam’s first PGAEuroPro tour event was the IFX Payment Championship at Brocket Hall. He struggled through the first round, yet Adam did a great job turning it around to make the cut. Both George & Krishan attended the event and were inspired by Adams performance. Adam displayed great craftsmanship and creativity across the course and placed towards the middle of the pack.
Adam will continue to compete in both the EuroPro and Andalusian events. As the year progresses Adam will enter the British Open Qualifier as well as the European Q School. We will continue to support and follow Adam’s journey whilst providing unique insights.
Stay tuned for the exciting year ahead.