We recap the last week on tour where Nelly Korda returned to the top of the world and an emotional victory on the PGA Tour

Here's a look back on what happened on tour last week. We'll be sharing the winners, shots and moments of the week.

Winner's circle - week ending 24th March

Here's who won:

LPGA Tour - The LPGA returned to American soil and the FIR HILLS SERI PAK Championship. Nelly Korda came out on top to claim back-to-back victories, seven weeks apart, to notch a 10th LPGA Tour win to her ever growing credentials. Also, like her victory at the LPGA Drive On Championship, it took a play-off for her to seal the win.

The American is now predicted to move back into the World Number One spot. Read the full final day round-up here.

The LPGA now moves to Arizona to play the inaugural Ford Championship presented by KCC at Seville Golf and Country Club in Gilbert.

LET - the LET was not in action this week but is now ready for two weeks in Australia, starting with the NSW Women's Open at Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club. This event is co-sanctioned with the WPGA Tour of Australasia.

Epson Tour - Briana Chacon took home the inaugural Atlantic Beach Classic title.

It was a week of firsts at the inaugural Atlantic Beach Classic, with Atlantic Beach Country Club hosting their first Epson Tour event, a first-time champion, and an Epson Tour rookie winning for the first time this season.

Briana Chacon hung around all week before finally making a splash coming down the stretch. The recent University of Oregon graduate never held a share of the lead all week until the last three holes of the event. She would finish her tournament birdie-par-birdie to finally grab the solo lead she had been chasing down all week.

"Words cannot really describe what I'm feeling," said Chacon. "I'm still shocked and just really surprised. But most of all, I'm super grateful and super thankful to be here."  

"I feel like I had a pretty solid round today. Nothing really major happened. I just feel like I hit the ball really well, I was pretty consistent off the tee," said Chacon. "I wasn't super consistent the first two days, but today, my driver really worked out well for me. I did a pretty good job of hitting a lot of greens, and I think for me, it just all came down to the putting and making clutch shots up towards the end."  

The Epson Tour now takes a break until April 26 where it returns in California for the IOA Championship Presented by Morongo Casino Resort & Spa.

Men's professional tour results

PGA Tour - It took 3058 days but Peter Malnati claimed his second PGA Tour title at the Valspar Championship. The American won be two shots on 12-under-par over fellow American Cameron Young.

After his win Malnati said: "I told myself I was going to do my best on every shot and that's what I did.

"You wonder if you're ever going to do it again because it's hard and in the nine years since my last win it's gotten a lot harder too.

"You look at the level of talent out here, guys coming out when they're 20-years-old and they're ready to play on this stage and they're so good. So to have this moment it just feels so amazing."

Not only did Malnati take home the distinctive Valspar Championship trophy, the 36-year-old also secured his place at the Masters which he will play for the first time.

"That will be amazing! But I think more of what hasn't sunk into me is this guarantees me, as this is my 10th season, it guarantees me that I'm going to have 12, at least."

This week the PGA Tour moves to Texas and the Texas Children's Houston Open at Memorial Park Golf Course in Houston.

DP World Tour - Two strong final rounds from Jesper Svensson (63) and Kiradech Aphibarnrat (64) saw the pair face-off in a play-off for the Singapore Classic title, after both finishing on 17-under-par.

It took three holes to finally separate them as Svensson tapped in for par on the par 5 18th hole, where Aphibarnrat could only make bogey.

This was the Swede's first DP World Tour title and something the 28-year-old has been waiting for:

"It's been a lot of good golf so it was nice to finally come out on top," Svensson said. "It's very hard to win so it's really nice.

"It's been a long journey. To win on my first season out here, I couldn't have dreamt of it. It's always been a dream to be a winner and to achieve it feels amazing."

The DP World Tour now moves to India and the Hero Indian Open ay DLF Golf and Country Club in New Delhi.

Shot of the week

Like the birds themselves, it's very rare to see an albatross, in fact since 1983, there have only been 138 on the PGA Tour (that's just over three a year). So, we have to give shot of the week to Robby Shelton, who on the final day at the Valspar Championship scored an albatross from 258 yards out on the Par 5 14th hole.

Shelton would go on to bogey the next hole and follow with another bogey on 18, to prove he is actually human and finish the week on two-under-par and in a share of 33rd.

Moment of the week

This interview with Valspar Championship winner Peter Malnati is our moment of the week. It's a great reminder of why as fans we love watching the professional play but also how to be the best, you need a strong support network at home...

We're looking forward to watching the inaugural Ford Championship this week and seeing the LET back in one of the destinations we know the players like the most. The Masters is now only two weeks away, so we're sure this will be grabbing a lot of headlines as the excitement levels build.

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