Tour Pro Hadley Works in a Bojangles for a Day


Things haven’t gone great for 2014 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year Chesson Hadley on the course recently, but things haven’t so dire that he needs to start looking for a new job. However, Hadley, who won the 2014 Puerto Rico Open has a step up on fast food job hunters after spending a day working at a local Bojangles.

Hadley is a North Carolina native and Bojangles devotee, so his work at the chain restaurant was fun for all parties involved, although we doubt that Hadley will be hanging up the clubs for a career in chicken and biscuits.

WWAY3 TV in Wilmington had more information on Hadley’s day in the kitchen


The North Carolina native helped the Bojangles’ on South College Road bake up biscuits, before warming up for the Wells Fargo Championship later in the day.

“There is an art to making biscuits,” he said “I called it Bojangles’ science. There are ways to pick up the biscuits. You have to place the biscuits on the tray a certain way. There is a very precise way of doing this, and that’s why they’re so good.”

Hadley is one to know. He’s a longtime Bojangles’ fan.

“If I have eaten Bojangles’ a thousand times, which probably isn’t too far off, I’ve only gotten a 4-piece supreme dinner, a sausage and egg biscuit, a Cajun filet biscuit, or a country ham biscuit,” he said.

When it comes to the game, the professional golfer is excited to play in his home state.

“I’ve got tons of friends and family coming down. The weather looks like it’s going to be good, except for a little bit Friday morning. The course is in phenomenal shape and it’s just going to be a great week,” Hadley said.



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