Adrian Meronk born 31.05.1993 in Germany is a professional golfer who plays on the European Tour. From 2012 to 2016 he attended East Tennessee State University. In his amateur career he represented Poland in the Eisenhower Trophy in 2012, 2014 and 2016. Adrian has got a chance also to play for Europe in the Arnold Palmer Cup in 2015 and 2016, being part of the winning team in 2016. In his professional career he played in the Challenge Tour in 2017 and was runner-up in the Ras Al Khaimah Golf Challenge.
Meronk had a good start to the 2019 Challenge Tour season. He was tied for 7th place in his first two events and then solo 3rd in the D+D Real Czech Challenge. In September he had his first Challenge Tour win in the Open de Portugal, finishing two strokes ahead of Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez. He finished the 2019 season 5th in the Challenge Tour Order of Merit to gain a place on the 2020 European Tour. Adrian held the 54-hole lead at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in November 2020 and finished second after playing outstanding golf during the 4 days event.
Adrian, competed in a major championship on the PGA Tour in 2021. He took part in the 121st edition of the U.S Open at Torrey Pines in La Jolla, California and became the first Poland native to participate in this major event.
Meronk started the 2022 Season very well. He came T4 in Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic, the Rolex Series Tournament.
He was also part of the leader group in Ras al Kaimah Classic. The event took place only one week after the Desert Classic where Meronk finished on the 6th position.
Adrian showed his incredible golf skills during the Commerce Bank Qatar Masters in March 2022 in Doha. He managed to keep low scores in all 4 days and completed the tournament in top 3.
In April he came T3 in Catalunya Championship tournament, which is part of the DP World Tour, after which he moved to 112nd position in the World Ranking.
Just a month later he finished third in the Dutch Open and claim a precious spot in The 150th Open at St Andrews, Scotland in July. The win helped him to move into the top 10 of DP World Tour Rankings and become no.96 in the World.
2017 – Ras Al Khaimah Golf Challenge – 2nd
2019 – Open de Portugal – Winner
2020 – Alfred Dunhill Championship – 2nd
2021 – Tenerife Open – 3rd
2021 – Bettered British Masters hosted by Danny Willett – 3rd
2021 – DS Automobiles Italian Open – 2nd
2022 – Commercial Bank Qatar Masters – 3rd
2022 – Catalunya Championship – 3rd
2022 – Dutch Open – 3rd