After missing the cut at the Rust-Oleum Championship, Adam Schenk has posted four straight top-five performances. Starting with a T4 at the Air Capital Classic Supporting Wichita’s Youth, the 25-year-old from Vincennes, Ind., won the Lincoln Land Charity Championship in a four-man playoff the next week. Schenk then headed to Nashville where he carded a second-round 64, followed by 68-70 on the weekend for a T5. Finally, at the LECOM Health Challenge, the former Purdue standout posted a final-round 65 for his second straight T5. Schenk secured his PGA TOUR card in Tennessee, but has his sights sets on No. 1 and is currently No. 7 on the money list. His scoring average in the last four events is 67.63.
Meet Adam at Beyond the Fairways Breakfast Ball on July 25. This is a benefit for The First Tee of Greater Kansas City.