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Sahith Theegala birdied four of his first eight holes to build a comfortable lead before going on to win the Fortinet Championship by two strokes over S.H. Kim. It’s his first career win and he becomes the sixth player to make the tournament his maiden tour victory. Kim posted his career-best result on his 25th birthday. Cam Davis finished alone in third, his fourth top-10 finish in his last five starts. Justin Thomas finished fifth, his best tour result since finishing fourth back in February. He posted his worst round of the week – an even par 72 – in his final start before next week’s Ryder Cup. Two-time defending champion Max Homa was looking to become the first player to win the same event three straight years since 2009. …Mackenzie Hughes has just one top-20 finish in his last 11 starts.

T52Mackenzie Hughes72-67-74-70-5
MCTaylor Pendrith74-70 
MCMichael Gligic75-73 

NEXT EVENT: Ryder Cup (Sep. 29) 


Grayson Murray birdied four of his last five holes to win the Simmons Bank Open by three strokes and secure his return to the PGA Tour next year. It was his second win of the season and moved him up to No. 6 in the standings. He joins Chan Kim, Ben Kohles and Pierceson Coody as two-time winners on the Korn Ferry Tour this season. Mason Anderson, Carter Jenkins, and Jamie Lovemark all finished in a tie for second. …Roger Sloan sits 33rd in the standings just 14 points outside the Top 30. Wil Bateman is currently No. 62 on the list. The top 30 will earn PGA Tour cards for 2024.

T22Roger Sloan71-67-71-70-9
T48Ben Silverman70-71-73-70-4
T63Wil Bateman73-65-76-73-1

NEXT EVENT: Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship  (Sep 21)

CANADIANS ENTERED:  Wil Bateman, Ben Silverman, Roger Sloan, 


Steve Stricker made a 20-foot eagle putt on the 12th hole and then picked up a pair of late birdies to win the Sanford International by one stroke over K.J. Choi. It was his sixth win of the year – three of which have come in majors. The $300,000 winner’s cheque gives him over $3.9 million in earnings this year and sets the mark for the most money won in a single season on the Champions Tour. Stricker has not finished lower than eighth in any event this season. He is three wins shy of the record for most titles in a single season with five tournaments remaining. …Dennis Hendershott qualified for the tournament by winning the Tuesday qualifying event. 

77Dennis Hendershott75-73-75+13

NEXT EVENT: PURE Insurance Championship (Sep 22)

CANADIANS ENTERED:  Stephen Ames, Mike Weir


Ryan Fox overcame a three-shot deficit and a triple bogey start to his final round on his way to a one-shot victory over Aaron Rai and Tyrrell Hatton in the BMW PGA Championship. After a triple bogey seven on the third hole, Fox played the remainder of the round in eight-under-par including six birdies over the final nine holes. Rai and Hatton were both tied for the lead before Fox made a six-foot birdie putt on the final hole for his fourth career European title. Swedish rookie Ludvig Aberg, going for his second straight win, never recovered from an atrocious start and ended up finishing tied for 10th. All 12 players on the European Ryder Cup team made the cut and five finished in the top seven ahead of the event in two weeks’ time. …Aaron Cockerill has recorded 10 rounds of par or better in his last five tournaments

T61Aaron Cockerill68-74-71-74-1

NEXT EVENT: Cazoo Open de France (Sep 21)


Cydney Clanton birdied three of her last four holes for a two-shot victory in the Guardian Championship. It was the third career win on the development tour for the longtime LPGA member. Miranda Wang made four birdies over her last six holes to finish runner-up, allowing her to move up to No 11 in the Race for the Card with just three tournaments remaining. …Alena Sharp collected her eighth top-20 result of the season and sits 12th in the Race for the Card standings.

T18Alena Sharp73-66-68-9
MCSarah-Eve Rheaume71-73 
MCSelena Costabile76-71 

NEXT EVENT:  Murphy USA El Dorado Shootout (Sep 22)

CANADIANS ENTERED:  Alena Sharp, Selena Costabile, Sarah-Eve Rheaume (reserve), Brogan McKinnon (reserve), Brigitte Thibault (reserve), Megan Osland (reserve),


Kipp Popert birdied two of the final three holes on his way to a five-stroke victory over Tommaso Perrino at the G4D Tour @ BMW PGA Championship. It was the third straight win and eighth title of the season for the world No. 1 ranked golfer. Poppert started the day two strokes back of Perrino, who stumbled out of the gate in the final round with a pair of bogeys over his first seven holes. Consecutive bogey’s for the Italian on Nos. 14 and 15 gave Poppert a three-shot cushion, which he extended on his way to victory. Kurtis Barkley finished fifth, 12 shots off the pace. It marked the first time in six events this year that he has finished outside the top three.

5Kurtis Barkley77-78+11

NEXT EVENT: G4D Tour Season Finale (Nov 17)