We recap the last week on tour where the Aramco Team Series returned and Matteo Manassero made it back into the winner's circle after 11 years

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 10th March

Here's who won:

LPGA Tour - The LPGA finished off their first Asian swing in China at the Blue Bay LPGA. This particular competition was last contested back in November 2018, where Gaby Lopez took home the title.

"I think that every single time you're in a place where you've played good and you have performed well, there is this kind of sort of calmness that comes with good memories, good feedback, just great I think just picturing yourself out there."

Lopez managed a tie for 12th, as the win and the week went to American Bailey Tardy. Tied for the lead at the start of the final day with Lydia Ko, who is looking for one more win to enter the LPGA Hall of Fame, and Sarah Schmelzel, Tardy would go on to shoot 65 and win her first LPGA Tour title by four shots.

Read the full final day report here.

This week the LPGA has a week off before returning to American soil and the Fir Hills Seri Pak Championship in Palos Verdes Estates, California.

LET - This week it was the first of the Aramco Team Series events, playing for the first time in Tampa, Florida. There were Team and Individual titles up for grabs, with the team component featuring an amateur who can contribute to the overall score.

This week, it was the amateur who played a crucial role in securing Team Roussin-Bouchard (Pauline Roussin-Bouchard, Celine Herbin, Meghan MacLaren and amateur LuJain Omar Khalil) the title. As they went down 18, Team Roussin-Bouchard were level on 27-under-par alongside Team Hull and Team Hewson – who were already in the clubhouse – and it all came down to Khalil’s putt on the last.

With a stroke on the final hole, the amateur was able to two-putt to win the Team competition and ensure captain Roussin-Bouchard defended her title. Read the full round-up here.

In the individual competition, which is decided on the third day, it was Alexandra Försterling who fired a final round of 67 (-5) to secure a three-shot victory. This was the German's third LET title and she now has three wins in her last 10 starts on the LET.

Read the full final day report here.

The LET now has a two-week break before heading to Australia for the Women’s NSW Open which takes place March 29-31 at Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club.

Epson Tour - Valery Plata gained her first professional victory at the Florida's Natural Charity Classic, on her third start on the Epson Tour. After finishing tied with Ana Belac, the Colombian made a birdie on the second play-off hole to secure the title.

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Valery Plata - image credit Epson Tour

"Starting the day, I knew I had to play well, like I've been playing the last couple of days. I just kind of focusing on my own thing, trying to make good swings and hit good shots,” said Plata. “I played pretty well throughout the day. A couple of mistakes here and there but a couple of bounce-backs as well, so it was kind of an up-and-down round."

This week it's the IOA Golf Classic presented by LPT Realty at Alaqua Country Club in Longwood, Florida.

Men's professional tour results

PGA Tour - It appears that a putter switch and a shift in mindset helped World Number one Scottie Scheffler get back to his dominating ways at this week's Arnold Palmer Invitational. The American put on a putting masterclass during the final round to shoot six-under-par and win his seventh PGA Tour title by five shots at 15-under-par.

Although consistency has been key to Scheffler's success over the last two years, his putting has been suffering. After the win, he spoke about his mindset this week:

"Keeping the mind as quiet as possible. Part of the problem is just trying too hard. It's frustrating to not have the best of myself, just because I know that I can putt really well. It's not like I've been a bad putter my whole career. I've just gone through a stretch where it's been tough.

"This week I did a really good job of not letting the misses get to me. Teddy did a really good job of keeping me in a good head space and we stayed positive out there and I hit a lot of good putts, a lot of good putts this week."

Scheffler is a long-time user of a blade style putter but used a mallet this week, when asked whether he would continue using it, he said:

"I like not having to line the ball up. I line this putter up well in the middle of the face. It's very good visually. And yeah, I try not to focus too much on the results, but my process was really good this week and the results so far are pretty tough to argue with, I would say."

The PGA Tour also had the Puerto Rico Open this week which was won by Brice Garnett on the fourth play-off hole against Erik Barnes. This was the 40-year-old's second win on the PGA Tour, and his first since the 2018 Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship.

This week is a big week and popular week for the PGA Tour as TPC Sawgrass hosts THE PLAYERS Championship.

DP World Tour - After 11 years of waiting Matteo Manassero finally returned to the winner's circle on the DP World Tour winning the Jonsson Workwear Open by three shots. This was the Italian's first DP World Tour victory since the 2013 BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.

The victory was made all the more impressive with Manassero carding seven birdies in his final round with four of them coming in the last four holes.

"This has been the best day of my life. It has been a crazy journey over the last couple of years, I knew I was getting on the right track but then you never know when this happens.

"Even coming down the 18th with a good score, you still have to do some more. Golf is a really difficult game but I'm so incredibly happy to be here holding this (trophy) right now."

The DP World Tour now has a week off before heading on its Asian Swing, starting with the Porsche Singapore Classic at Laguna National Golf Resort Club in Singapore.

LIV Golf - Abraham Ancer won the individual title at LIV Golf Hong Kong, where he beat Paul Case and Cameron Smith in a play-off. Ancer had started the day five shots clear, but a two-over-par final round brought Casey and Smith back into the mix. It only took one hole to decide the winner as the 33-year-old birdied the 18th, when replayed for the title.

Casey may not have got the individual prize but as part of Crushers GC, he took home the team prize with Captain Bryson DeChambeau, Charles Howell III and Anirban Lahiri winning by two shots to make it two team wins in two weeks.

LIV Golf now has a break until returning in Miami from April 5-7.

Shot of the week

Lydia Ko may not have got the win she was hoping for (she finished tied 4th) but she did put on a masterclass at times at the Blue Bay PGA.

In her second round she eagled the second hole and birdied the third and on her thrid round she birdied the second and eagled the third. See both eagle shots below...

Moment of the week

There's no doubt that the moment of the week has to go to Matteo Manassero, holing out on 18 to win his first DP World Tour title in 11 years. It's been quite the journey from youngest ever winner on the tour at 17 years and 188 days back in 2010 to where he is today.

Just another reason why we love this game 💗

It seems like it's going to be a quite week on tour this week with no LPGA, LET, DP World Tour or LIV Golf action, but don't you worry THE PLAYERS Championship will definitely be able to handle its week in the limelight.

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