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Wil Bateman overcame a four-shot deficit to win the Fortinet Cup Championship by two strokes and in the process capture the season-long PGA Tour Canada points race. It was his second Tour win of the year and third of his career. Bateman started the week tied for second in the points chase but moved past Jake Knapp, who finished tied for 34th. By finishing number one in the standings, Bateman earns a full exemption on the Korn Ferry Tour next year as well as an invitation into the 2023 RBC Canadian Open. Bateman joins Mackenzie Hughes as the only Canadian players to win Player of the Year honours on the Canadian tour. …Étienne Papineau posted his second straight top 10 finish and third of the year and is one of four Canadians to have secured an exemption into the second stage of Korn Ferry Q-School.  Myles Creighton, Joey Savoie and Chris R. Wilson are the others who also qualified.

1Wil Bateman70-65-68-69-8
T5Étienne Papineau69-65-76-67-3
T17Myles Creighton70-70-68-72E
T25Chris Crisologo71-70-71-70+2
T25Sudarshan Yellamaraju72-72-68-70+2
T29Joey Savoie69-69-72-73+3
T47Brendan MacDougall71-69-72-79+11
T53Jared du Toit73-75-71-74+13
55Chris R. Wilson71-76-73-74+14


Max Homa chipped in from almost 33 feet for birdie on the final hole, then watched as Danny Willett three-putted from inside 4 feet to win the Fortinet Championship, the first event of the new PGA Tour season. It was Homa’s second straight win at this event and his third win in the last 12 months. …Nick Taylor posted his first top 10 result in almost 13 months. …Adam Svensson notched his second top 15 result in his last 20 starts.

T6Nick Taylor67-75-67-68-11
T12Adam Svensson68-71-67-73-9
T25Mackenzie Hughes70-71-68-72-7
T67Taylor Pendrith71-70-71-77+1
MCCorey Conners70-74 
MCMichael Gligic76-75 

NEXT EVENT: Presidents Cup (Sep 22)

CANADIANS ENTERED: Corey Conners, Taylor Pendrith


Andrea Lee recovered from two early bogeys with five birdies on the back nine to pull away and win the AmazingCre Portland Classic. It was the first career win for Lee, a former world No. 1 ranked amateur. Daniela Darquea of Ecuador finished runner up. Narin An final round 64 was the low round of the day and enabled her to climb up into a five-way tie for third. …Brooke Henderson notched her ninth top 10 finish of the year and third in her last six starts. …Alena Sharp’s final round 74 snapped a streak of nine straight sub-par rounds

T10Brooke Henderson68-70-69-67-14
T52Alena Sharp68-72-72-74-2
MCMaddie Szeryk73-74 

NEXT EVENT: Walmart NW Arkansas Championship  (Sep 23)

CANADIANS ENTERED: Maude-Aimee Leblanc, Alena Sharp, Maddie Szeryk (reserve)


Steve Stricker birdied the first playoff hole to defeat Robert Karlsson in the Sanford International. It was his second consecutive Champions Tour victory, having won The Ally Challenge two weeks ago while he didn’t play last week. It was Stricker’s third victory of the season, becoming the fifth player on the 50-and-older circuit with at least three victories this season. …Stephen Ames currently sits a career-high 6th in the Charles Schwab Cup standings. …Mike Weir posted his third top 30 finish in his last five starts

27Stephen Ames67-66-71-6
T28Mike Weir67-68-70-5

NEXT EVENT: PURE Insurance Championship (Sep 23)



Robert MacIntyre birdied the first playoff hole to defeat U.S. Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick to win the DS Automobiles Italian Open. It was MacIntyre’s second career win on the European Tour.  Victor Perez of France finished third, one stroke behind, after missing a birdie putt on 18. Second round leader Rory McIlroy started the final round one stroke back, but he double bogeyed the first hole and then found the water with his tee shot on the drivable 16th hole for bogey to finish fourth. There were no Canadians entered in the event.

NEXT EVENT: Cazoo Open de France (Sep 22)



Maria Torres shot a bogey-free round of 68 for a two stroke victory in the Guardian Championship. It was her first career win after missing the cut in each of her last six Tour starts. Celine Borge and Clariss Guce finished tied for second. There were no Canadians entered in the event.

NEXT EVENT: Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout (Sep 23)

CANADIANS ENTERED:  Selena Costabile, Megan Osland, Christina Foster (reserve), Brogan McKinnon (reserve), Nayan Calsin Murdoch (reserve), Valerie Tanguay (reserve), Josee Doyon (reserve), Hannah Hellyer (reserve)