It was a double win for Edmonton's Wil Bateman at Kitchener's Deer Ridge Golf Club on Sunday.
The 28-year-old won the Fortinet Cup Championship, and also claimed PGA Tour Canada's season-long points crown -- the Fortinet Cup.
Bateman finished the 72-hole tournament at 8-under, edging Jeffrey Kang by two strokes, collecting a $40,500 cheque and 600 Fortinet Cup points, enough to put him over the top.
“I don’t even know what to say,” Bateman said at the conclusion of the tournament. “Some things just go your way when you win.”
Finishing number one in the standings also means Bateman will receive an invite to play in the 2023 RBC Canadian Open.
You can check out the final leaderboard here.