We recap the last week on tour where there was no LPGA or LET action but still plenty to talk about as the next Major looms

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 5th May

Here's who won:

There was no LPGA Tour or LET action this week. Both return this coming week with LPGA in New Jersey for the Cognizant Founder Cup at Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton and the LET in South Korea for the second Aramco Team Series event of 2024.

Epson Tour - When the final round started at the 2024 Casino Del Sol Golf Classic, around 15 players were truly in contention to win the tournament. Rookies, veterans, and past champions were all vying to take home the fifth trophy of the season in Tucson, Ariz. That number quickly dwindled once Madison Young found her groove midway through her front nine. 

Young started her day tied for the lead, a position she has only been in once in her career. She settled her nerves early, making four straight pars to open her round. The next four holes for Young defined the outcome of the whole tournament. The 27-year-old played holes five to eight in six-under-par, going birdie-eagle-birdie-eagle to open up a five-shot lead heading into the back nine. 

As Young made her way to the 17th tee, she had a four-shot lead with just two holes to play. Adrenaline caused her to go long, making for a tricky up and down to try and save par. Unfortunately for Young, a misjudged chip resulted in her making a double bogey. With a two-shot cushion heading into the last hole, she had to avoid the water on the right side of the fairway, and that was precisely what she did. 

Knowing all she needed was a bogey to claim her first professional victory, Young bailed out left of the green, chipped on, and made a routine two-putt to take home the 2024 Casino Del Sol Golf Classic at 11-under-par.

The win jumped Young into the top 5 in the Race for the Card, the highest ranking in her career as she searches for her LPGA Tour card for the 2025 season. 

"It's kind of like a did that just happen moment? But it feels pretty good," explained Young. "I've had a lot more low moments than high moments. Obviously, it's my first win. The best way I can describe staying positive and moving on from the bad is really just truly moving on. Like you have to forget. You have to have a short-term memory out here. And I was pretty bad at that my first two years and I really let old emotions linger. And even though I finished double bogey-bogey, I still got the job done and feel good about it." 

The Epson Tour now heads to Scottsdale, Arizona for the Carlisle Arizona Women's Classic at TPC Scottsdale.

Men's professional tour results

PGA Tour - It was a maiden victory for Taylor Pendrith, who won The CJ Cup Byron Nelson by one shot over American Ben Kohles.

Throughout the final round Canadian Pendrith and Kohles exchanged the lead, whilst playing in a group with Jake Knapp. Pendrith had started the day with a two shot lead but by the 18th tee is was Kohles who had the advantage after two successive birdies on 16 and 17 took him one shot clear at 23-under-par into the final hole.

But things are never over until the final putt drops and with Pendrith finding birdie and Kohles unable to convert a five-foot putt for par, it was the 32-year-old Canadian who claimed the victory with Alex Noren in third at 21-under-par.

This week it's the Wells Fargo Championship and Myrtle Beach Classic on the PGA Tour.

DP World Tour - The Volvo China Open had to be shortened to a 54-hole tournament after Saturday's third round was cancelled due to thunder and lightning in the local area.

In the end, it was Spain's Adrian Otaegui who fired a brilliant final round of 65 to claim his fifth DP World Tour title, winning by one shot at 18-under-par.

The 31-year-old began the day five shots behind the in-form Sebastian Soderberg, whilst others where able to go low, Soderberg could only score an even par 72 and finished in a tie for third.

Otaegui's win also earns him a place at the next Major PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in two weeks after he finished in the top three of the Asian Swing rankings with Soderberg and Keita Nakajima.

The DP World Tour now has a week off before the PGA Championship.

LIV Golf - With just two weeks to go until his PGA Championship title defence, Brooks Koepka rose to the top of the leaderboard and became the first LIV player to win four individual titles, claiming the LIV Golf Singapore title.

Although the American says he feels good, he also knows there's still two weeks to go:

"For two weeks, a lot can change. Yeah, it does help, but at the same time, I've seen guys miss cuts and then go win and then win and then not compete the week after. It's all ebbs and flows."

Koepka held a three-shot lead going into the final round and shot a three-under-par 68 to end at 15-under-par and two shots clear of Cameron Smith at the Sentosa Golf Club.

It was a back-to-back victories for Australian team Ripper GC, who won by three shots over Sergio Garcia's Fireballs GC team.

There's now a month off before LIV Golf returns in Houston on June 7.

Shot of the week

This will definitely be one of the more unusual shots of the week but Jordan Spieth won shot of the week after hitting his tee shot on the par 4 16th hole wayward on Friday, the ball ricocheted off a spectator's elbow and back out into the fairway...

The spectator was rewarded with a ball and $20 for his services :/

Moment of the week

Sixteen-year-old English golfer Kris Kim, made his PGA Tour debut this week on a sponsor's invite at The CJ Cup Byron Nelson. The son of Ji-Hyun Suh who competed on the LPGA in the 1990s, not only became the fifth youngest player to make the cut in PGA Tour history, he also nearly got a hole-in-one on Saturday at the par 3 fourth hole...

Kim finished off the weekend with rounds of 70 and 73 to finish in 65th at six-under-par.

This week we're looking forward to seeing the return of top level women's golf, as attention switches to Nelly Korda as she goes in search of a sixth straight victory.

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