We recap the last week on tour where Anthony Kim stole all the headlines but wasn't able to match his performance to the hype

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 3rd March

Here's who won:

LPGA Tour - In only her second appearance on the LPGA Tour this season (and the second since she got married to fellow pro golfer Jarryd Felton), it was win number four for Australia's Hannah Green.

The 27-year-old finished in style, with birdies on the final three holes, including a 27ft putt on the last, to win by one shot over Celine Boutier.

“I didn't hole many putts from long range today until obviously the last couple holes. But I made a really good birdie on 16 and was able to 2-putt there. Kind of gave the first putt a little too much and then made a 5-footer for birdie. That was nice. I could then see the leaderboard on 17, and made a putt there,” said Green, who now joins Karrie Webb as the second Aussie to win the event. “I knew I needed to at least birdie the last to win by one. So as soon as that putt went in, I was like, oh, my God, I've won.”

Read the full final day report here.

This week the LPGA is in China for the Blue Bay LPGA.

PGA Tour - It was a Monday finish at the Cognizant Classic due to weather delays. In the end, it was Austin Eckroat who was able to hold his lead, scoring a final round 67 to claim a breakthrough PGA Tour victory, winning by three shots over Erik van Rooyen and Min Woo Lee.

"I'm just really happy," Eckroat told Golf Channel. "I'm happy with how I played the Bear Trap - it's not a fun finish whenever you have to hold onto the lead! I'm just really happy with how I handled it."

With the win, the 25-year-old has secured his place at The Players Championship in two weeks and The Masters, where he will play for the first time. 

This week the PGA Tour moves to Bay Hill for one of its signature (and most popular) events, the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard.

DP World Tour - A double bogey on the par 3 17th hole from 22-year-old Robin "Tiger" Williams proved costly as the South African saw his two-shot lead slip away, whilst American Jordan Gumberg carded a bogey-free four-under-par 68, to see both finish on 12-under-par. 

Both parred the first extra hole before Gumberg holed a 15ft putt for birdie on the second play-off hole to win his first DP World Tour title at the co-sanctioned SDC Championship.

The 28-year-old was a surprise winner, coming into the event ranked 669th in the world:

"It was a solid round of golf and I'm just so thankful to be standing here. It means everything.

"I never got this far in my dreams, so I am lost for words. It was what we practise for, all the long hours, it makes it worthwhile."

The DP World Tour stays in South Africa for the Jonsson Workwear Open.

LIV Golf - It's two wins in three starts on this year's LIV Golf tour for Joaquin Niemann. A final round 66 gave him a four shot victory over South African duo Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel. For winning the event, the Chilean golfer earned $4m, which brought his total to $8,162,000 in three LIV events this year.

In the team competition, Crushers GC led by Bryson DeChambeau beat Oosthuizen's Stinger GC by four shots at 38-under-par.

The big story of the week was the return Anthony Kim to the professional golf scene after 12 years. Playing as a wildcard, it was not surprising to see Kim struggle, finishing last on 16-over-par, 11 shots behind the nearest player. Just a good marketing opportunity for LIV Golf, or a real comeback... watch this space.

Shot of the week

I know there were a lot of impressive shots this week, Patty Tavatanakit chipping for fun and Ariya Jutanugarn holing out for eagle from the fairway on the final on Sunday, to name a few. But this week it has to go to Hannah Green, who showed so much grit and focus to birdie the last three holes at the HSBC Women's World Championship.

This putt on the last for birdie and to win was just brilliant!

Moment of the week

Continuing on a very similar theme and remaining on the 18th hole of the Tanjong Course at Sentosa Golf Club, the moment of the week goes to Andrea Lee's reaction to Hannah Green's putt dropping for her fourth LPGA Tour win.

Pure, unadulterated love for the game 💗

This week the LET returns and it's the first of the Aramco Team Series events, this time we're in Tampa at the Feather Sound Country Club, whilst the LPGA travels to China and the PGA Tour hosts one of its signature events, the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard.

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