We recap the last week on tour where Jin & Ronic finished off a fun week on the LPGA and Alice Hewson returned to the LET winner's circle

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 30th June

Here's who won:

LPGA Tour - It was a fun week on the LPGA, where players get to pair up for one of the tour's only pairs events. With team names and high spirits, there is also some serious golf involved. The leaderboard remained tight throughout the event, but in the end it was team Jin & Ronic who rose to the top to claim the Dow Championship. Atthaya Thitikul and Ruoning Yin, won on their first time of playing together.

Read the full final day round-up here.

The LPGA now has a week off before moving to Europe and the fourth women's Major of the season, the Amundi Evian Championship.

LET - With one of the most iconic trophies in golf, the VP Swiss Bank Ladies Open took place at Golfpark Holzhausern. During the final round, it was England's Alice Hewson who put a great round together, a six-under-par 65 jumped her to the top of the leaderboard and the clubhouse lead. She was joined by India's Tvesa Malik and both headed into the play-off. It only took one hole to decide and with a clutch birdie, Hewson won her second LET title - taking home the coveted cow trophy and winner's cheque.

Read the full final day round-up here and watch highlights here.

The LET now moves to England and the third Aramco Team series event of 2024 at Centurion Club just outside London.

Epson Tour - Kathleen Scavo won the Dream First Bank Charity Classic in a six hole play-off

The final round of the Dream First Bank Charity Classic got off to a later start than scheduled, with severe weather rolling through Garden City, Kansas, early in the morning, pushing back the start time by two and a half hours. Once play started, and everyone was on the course, two players immediately separated themselves from the rest of the field, turning a once crowded leaderboard into a two-horse race. Daniela Iacobelli and Kathleen Scavo traded birdies all day, rolling in a combined 12 birdies on the day, all before entering a six hole play-off, where Scavo eventually came out victorious, claiming her first Epson Tour victory.

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Kathleen Scavo - image credit Epson Tour

The play-off, like the play in regulation, was back and forth. Both players had multiple opportunities to win the tournament, but no putts were falling. The pair traded pars for the first five play-off holes before a mishit approach by Iacobelli left her with a difficult chip around a tree and over a bunker. The veteran knew she needed to give herself a look at par, with Scavo just off the green to the left, looking at a routine up-and-down opportunity. Iacobelli delivered, getting the ball to check up just before rolling into the first cut, but she left herself with a downhill sliding putt from about 12 feet. Scavo did not hit her best chip but was able to get the ball within 8 feet, with the same line she missed in regulation to get into the play-off. Iacobelli's putt missed on the high side and there would be no mistake for the second time for Scavo, who stepped up and rolled in her par to capture her first Epson Tour victory.

"It definitely was disappointing to bogey the last hole, but I thought about my whole day and how great I played, and it just happened to be the last hole that I stumbled," explained Scavo. "D (Daniela Iacobelli) played fantastic today. I mean, it was amazing to see how, you know, how neck and neck we were. But hats off to D for how well she played today. I mean, it feels amazing to finally get a win."

The Epson Tour will return to play July 12-14 for the second playing of the Hartford HealthCare Women's Championship in Milford, Conn., at Great River Golf Club

The Epson Tour now has a week off before returning for the second playing of the Hartford HealthCare Women's Championship at Great River Golf Club in Milford, Connecticut.

Men's professional tour results

PGA Tour - Cam Davis now have two PGA Tour victories to his name, with both of his PGA Tour wins coming at the Rocket Mortgage Classic, three years apart.

With a closing round of 70, the Australian set the clubhouse lead at 18-under-par. At the time it didn't feel like it would be enough but other contenders failed to convert birdie opportunities to either win or force a play-off.

Akshay Bhatia was in search of his third PGA Tour victory, he left his 32 foot birdie putt to win outright short by four feet and then missed his par putt to go into a play-off. Ultimately finishing one shot behind Davis.

Australian Min Woo Lee had three birdies on 14, 15 and 17 to share the lead but a bogey at the last also dropped him one shot behind. American Davis Thompson left his birdie attempt short on 18 to tie the lead.

Completing the four-way tie for second was England's Aaron Rai, after not being able to find another birdie on the final four holes.

"I wouldn't wish what happened to Akshay on anyone but I've done a lot of grinding to try and get myself out of a hole and to just all of a sudden do that, it's pretty good."

This week the PGA Tour will be in Illinois for the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run.

DP World Tour - It was a return to the winner's circle for a popular figure on the DP World Tour, Marcel Siem beat Tom McKibbin in a play-off at the Italian Open. In only his fourth event since hip surgery, the German won his sixth DP World Tour event.

With a tie at 10-under-par, Siem and McKibbin headed back down 18 and in the end it was Siem who was able to convert his birdie putt to claim the victory.

"Holing that putt on 18 was one (of) the coolest moments in golf for me and doing it again in a playoff was fantastic."

The DP World Tour now moves to Germany and the BMW International Open.

Shot of the week

This week it should be called shots of the week. It's hard to imagine but on both the Par 3 4th and Par 3 5th hole at Newport Country Club on Friday, Frank Bensel Jr. hit his tee shots, with the same club and got back-to-back holes in one!

It was during the second round of the U.S. Senior Open, that the American achieved this never seen before feat. Althought it's highly unusual to have two par 3s in a row, it is really quite amazing that with his six iron on the 173 yard fourth hole and 202 yard fifth hole, he went 1, 1.

Unfortunately, Bensel would go on to miss the cut at nine-over-par, but he definitely has a story that may just last a lifetime.

Moment of the week

We have to give the moment of the week to Marcel Siem, his story of losing his card, coming back up through the Challenge Tour and now recovering from hip surgery to win. His celebrations were pretty special too...

This week we're without LPGA action but the slight lull is almost welcome as we head into a busy few weeks in professional golf, with another back-to-back Major weeks pending.

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