We recap the last week on tour where Shannon Tan made history and rowdy crowds grabbed all the headlines 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 11th February
Here's who won:
Ladies European Tour - the 2024 season got underway this week in Kenya at the Magical Kenya Ladies Open. A unique event on the LET schedule which sees the players sharing the fairways with wildlife, such as giraffes and zebras.
Making the week even more memorable was Shannon Tan, the 19-year-old rookie became the first player from Singapore to win on the LET. Coming into the final day in a tie for the lead, the young player pulled away from the rest of the field to win by four shots. Read the full round-up here.
This week it's the biggest event on the LET outside of the Majors at the Saudi Ladies International.
PGA Tour - It was a raucous week in Arizona at the WM Phoenix Open. Known for the 'loudest hole in golf' with the par 3 16th hole, it's always a pretty rowdy affair. But this year it went to new levels with spectator gates having to be closed earlier than planned, alcohol sales being halted and a fan running onto the 16th green and jumping into a bunker.
The exuberant nature of the crowd spilled out onto the rest of the course which saw Billy Horschel and Ryder Cup captain Zach Johnson lose their cool with spectators.
Sunday turned into a marathon day as some players were yet to finish their third rounds due to play being suspended due to darkness. Canadian Nick Taylor held a one shot lead at 13-under-par, but had only completed six holes of his round on Saturday.
As the fourth round got underway, Scottie Scheffler, who was looking to claim a three-peat, made four birdies in the first five holes to climb up the leaderboard. However, he just had too much to do, whilst the likes of veteran Charley Hoffman and Taylor maintained their good form.
Whilst it looked like Hoffman could take control, Taylor birdied three of his final four holes to force a play-off.
Both players birdied the first play-off hole, whilst on the second Hoffman left his birdie attempt short and Taylor was able to hole his 11 foot putt to win his fourth PGA Tour title.
This week, it's The Genesis Invitational at The Riviera Country Club.
DP World Tour - Japan's Rikuya Hoshino claimed his first DP World Tour title at the Qatar Masters after shooting a four-under-par final round.
The victory made up for his play-off loss to Joaquin Niemann at the ISPS Handa Australian Open in December.
The 27-year-old holed a par putt from five feet on the final hole on Sunday, which was enough to hold off his playing partner Frenchman Ugo Coussard, who made birdie at the last to finish in second place.
The DP World Tour has a week off before returning for the Magical Kenya Open.
LIV Golf - With excitement building for the Super Bowl between Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas, LIV Golf rolled into town.
To avoid clashing with the Super Bowl, the tournament finished on Saturday. In the individual competition, it was Dustin Johnson who won a third LIV title. A birdie on 17 and a final hole par was enough to beat Peter Uihlein and Talor Gooch by one shot on 12-under-par.
In the team competition, Gooch, Jason Kokrak and Graeme McDowell led Brooks Koepka's Smash GC to a seven-shot victory over Johnson's 4Aces GC.
WPGA Tour of Australasia - The Webex Player Series Sydney saw Kazuma Kobori, brother of LET star Momoka Kobori, claim his third title of the series at Caste Hill Country Club. He claimed victory after coming into the final round sharing the lead with three other players.
LPGA player Jenny Shin, who was playing ahead of making her 2024 LPGA season debut at the Honda LPGA Thailand in two weeks, finished one shot behind taking second place.
Shot of the week
This week our shot of the week goes to Jordan Spieth during his opening round at the WM Phoenix Open, where he was able to make birdie from this position:
Moment of the week
Moment of the week has to go to Cristobal Del Solar who shot a history making 57 on the Korn Ferry Tour - the lowest score ever in a PGA TOUR-sanctioned event.
There is still no LPGA action this week but a number of LPGA stars will be playing in the Saudi Ladies International in Riyadh, the likes of Lexi Thompson, Leona Maguire and Gemma Dryburgh. A big week for women's golf with a prize fund of $5 million, the biggest outside of Majors and the LPGA season ending CME Group Tour Championship.
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