The finale of PGA TOUR Canada concluded Sunday in Calgary, Alberta, with Hayden Springer winning for the second time this season.

Springer’s season-ending victory at the Fortinet Cup Championship meant he captured Player of the Year honors, and with that, immediately earned Korn Ferry Tour membership.

Springer started the week sitting fourth in the Fortinet Cup standings, but his Calgary championship saw him earn 600 points and leap all of Sam Choi, Davis Lamb and Canada’s Etienne Papineau for top spot.

Springer won by five shots after a 4-under 67 Sunday.

The Fortinet Cup Championship marked the final event of PGA TOUR Canada as we know it, as it becomes absorbed with PGA TOUR Latinoamerica into PGA TOUR Americas – set to begin play in February 2024.

See the full story here in a PGA Tour article.