We recap the last week on tour where Bronte Law returned to winning ways and Patty Tavatanakit won for a second week in a row

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 25th February

Here's who won:

Ladies European Tour - England’s Bronte Law fired a phenomenal final round of 64 (-9) to come from behind and clinch a three-shot victory on a low scoring final day in Morocco at the Lalla Meryem Cup. This was Law's first win since taking the individual title at the Aramco Team Series - London in 2022.

The 28-year-old credited the work she had done in the off season had helped her to victory.

Read the full final day report here.

This week the LET has a week off and will return with the first Aramco Team Series event of the year.

LPGA Tour - After three weeks off, the LPGA started its Asian swing with the Honda LPGA Thailand. Like buses, you wait for one and then two come at once! That's what it must feel like for Patty Tavatanakit who, until last week, had not won on tour since her first (Major) victory at the Chevron Championship in 2021.

At the LET's Aramco Saudi Ladies International, the 24-year-old went wire-to-wire to win and this week only differed that she held or shared the lead from the second round. After her victory last week, she said:

“It’s been a long time since I’ve played this good,” she said. “It’s very emotional, I’m very emotional right now with how I have overcome that and looking back it was just one day at a time, keep working hard."

After starting the final round with a three-shot lead, she ultimately shot a five-under-par 67 to finish -21 to win by one shot. Read the full final day report here.

This week the LPGA is in Singapore for the HSBC Women's World Championship.

PGA Tour - American rookie Jake Knapp secured his first PGA Tour victory at the Mexico Open, winning by two shots at 19-under-par.

The 29-year-old took a four shot lead into the final round, but it was clear to see that he was struggling with his nerves, as the lead disappeared.

"Didn't necessarily have my best stuff today, that's for sure," Knapp told Golf Channel. "Knew it was nerve-wracking, knew it was going to be tough. It would have been nice to hit driver better and hit it a little bit better, but was super pumped on how I played in the finishing stretch."

A close-range birdie at the par-five 14th put Knapp's two shots clear and with three pars following he secured victory and places in The Players, The Masters, PGA Championship and the five remaining PGA Tour Signature Events.

This week the PGA Tour moves to Florida and the Cognizant Classic at PGA National.

DP World Tour - After losing his tour card in 2023, Darius van Driel had to come through Q-School to play this season. All the hard work was worth the effort as the Dutchman secured a breakthrough victory at the Magical Kenya Open.

A four-under-par (67) final round was enough to win by two shots at 14-under-par, with Nacho Elvira and England's Joe Dean in second.

"It is a dream come true. I kept my emotions cool all round, but after that last putt it is all coming out."

The DP World Tour moves to South Africa for the SDC Championship.

WPGA Tour of Australasia - The Athena returned for the fourth time, where Peninsula Kingwood Country Golf Club hosted the unique two-day event. 
The Athena is golf done differently and is a way to showcase Australia's best young women golfers, while bringing young fans closer to the game. Across the weekend, 12 golfers faced a series of challenges which sit outside the traditional stroke play format of a golf tournament. On the first day, the field contested nine skills-based challenges, accruing points along the way, with the top eight qualifiers making their way through to the match play play-offs on Sunday. 

In the end, it was Kelsey Bennett who blitzed her way through the Sunday match-play finals to be crowned - literally - The Athena champion.

The 24-year-old from New South Wales saved her best game for the Sunday matches, going -1, -1 and Even in her three four-hole matches.

"I just felt like I knew exactly where the ball was going to go the whole time, so yeah, it's a good feeling," Bennett said, drenched in champagne.

Next up is The Navigate Advisors Wagga Wagga CC Pro-am.

Sunshine Ladies Tour - India’s Tvesa Malik claimed her first professional win on foreign soil as she kept the ball on the fairways and putted well to win the SuperSport Ladies Challenge presented by Sun International by three shots at the Lost City Golf Club on Friday.

Malik began the final round as co-leader with 2022 SuperSport Ladies Challenge champion Paula Reto, and the 28-year-old produced the sort of controlled golf required on the last day to clinch titles. Malik made just two bogeys, one on each nine, but collected three birdies to post a one-under-par 71 and finish on nine-under-par overall.

“I just wanted to focus today and not get too wrapped up in every shot being do-or-die. I just tried to stay stable mentally and not stress too much about making birdies. I am thrilled and relieved to have my first pro win outside India.”

The Sunshine Ladies Tour has a week off before the Sunshine Ladies Tour Invitational at Blue Valley Golf Estate.

Shot of the week

This week our shot of the week goes to Albane Valenzuela, who holed out for eagle from the fairway on the par 4 fifth hole during the final round of the Honda LPGA Thailand. After this hole, Valenzuela would go on to make six birdies on the back nine to shoot the round of the week (63) and force Tavatanakit to make birdie on the last to win.

Moment of the week

With a birdie on the final hole of the second round at the Magical Kenya Open, Ronald Rugumayo made history. The 31-year-old became the first player from Uganda to make a cut on the DP World Tour. This feel good moment was shared and celebrated across social media.

"Everything I'm doing is for my country. I would feel great in the future to see more players from Uganda doing better than I'm doing."

This week Tavatanakit will be going for a third straight victory and LIV Golf in back in Jeddah with the return of Anthony Kim after 12 years.

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