• FORTINET CUP

    Detmer riding hot play into Quebec

    After three consecutive missed cuts, the Wake Forest grad has turned around his season

  • Lee Detmer polished off what would be his career-best PGA TOUR Canada finish at the Sotheby's International Realty Canada Ontario Open on Sunday, with a birdie on the 18th that earned him a tie for second, with Thomas Walsh and Cameron Sisk. Detmer picked up 208 Fortinet Cup points and moved from No. 60 in the rankings to 14th, cashing a check for $14,933.Lee Detmer polished off what would be his career-best PGA TOUR Canada finish at the Sotheby's International Realty Canada Ontario Open on Sunday, with a birdie on the 18th that earned him a tie for second, with Thomas Walsh and Cameron Sisk. Detmer picked up 208 Fortinet Cup points and moved from No. 60 in the rankings to 14th, cashing a check for $14,933.