Despite being only 26-years-old, Adrian Meronk will likely go down in history as the ‘godfather of Polish golf’.
He is the first Polish player in history to earn a European Tour card, and in doing so, he assembled what was arguably the most consistent campaign on the Road to Mallorca in 2019.
Known for his ball striking and course management skills, Meronk recorded an astounding ten top ten finishes, more than any other player, to finish the season as the Road to Mallorca Number Five.
Hanging around the top of tournament leaderboards on a weekly basis eventually yielded a win for Meronk, who wrote his name into the record books when he became the first Polish player to win a Challenge Tour event by claiming the 57˚ Open de Portugal @ Morgado Golf Resort by two shots, which combined with his consistent year-long performances to virtually lock up his European Tour card.
If the Polish trailblazer continues with the well-worn routines he has honed over his three seasons on the Challenge Tour, he will certainly be mixing it up with the best in the world.