Abbotsford's Adam Hadwin failed to secure his PGA Tour card for 2013, finishing in a tie for 32nd place at the gruelling six-round event in La Quinta, Calif. on Monday.
Hadwin carded 68 - his fourth straight 68, to finish at 15-under. The top 26 finishers earned their 2013 card.
Hadwin finished two strokes back of the PGA Tour card cut and will play once again next season on the Web.com Tour.
"It is frustrating, there's no doubt," Hadwin said late Monday. "But what can you do?
Last month, after a dramatic climb during the Web.com tour championship, Hadwin came close on the tour money list to earning his PGA card.
"It's just one of those things," he said. "Besides the lacklustre start [when he shot 74 and 71], I played pretty good golf. I came up one shot short at the [Web.com] tour championship and two shots short here. I can't say much more. I gave it all I could. It's certainly not from lack of effort, that's for sure."