Canada’s Myles Creighton wins on Latinoamerica Tour to take top spot in standings

BOGOTA – Myles Creighton, native of Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada, has achieved his first-ever victory on the PGA Tour Latinoamerica.

Finishing at 19 under, Creighton emerged victorious by a single stroke in the Inter Rapidisimo Golf Championship on Sunday.

Austin Hitt of the United States secured second place, finishing at 18 under.

On Monday, Creighton is anticipated to ascend to the top position in the Totalplay Cup standings.

The Latinoamérica Tour still has two more events scheduled for this season.

The golfer who concludes the Totalplay Cup standings in first place earns exempt status on the second-tier of the Korn Ferry Tour.

Players ranking from 2nd to 5th in the third-tier Latinoamérica Tour standings will obtain conditional status on the Korn Ferry Tour for the following season.

Additionally, the top five players in the Totalplay Cup standings receive an exemption into the final stage of the 2023 PGA Tour Q-School.