We recap the last week on tour where Nelly Korda made it four in a row and Akshay Bhatia fought hard to gain his place at the Masters

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 7th April

Here's who won:

LPGA Tour - The hottest player on the planet right now has to be Nelly Korda, after she recorded her fourth win in a row, winning back-to-back for the last three weeks to add to the first title of the year in January.

It was the T-Mobile Match Play presented by MGM Rewards, where Korda battled back in the third round stroke play to make it into the top eight. After two rounds of match play, Korda faced Leona Maguire in the Championship Match.

With stiff competition and references to a preview of the Solheim Cup, it was Korda who managed to take control of the match, going up early and maintaining her lead, Maguire fought back briefly but it was the American who took the spoils and a 12th LPGA title, winning 4&3. Read the full final day report here.

The LPGA has a week off before heading to The Woodlands in Texas for the women's first Major of the year, The Chevron Championship.

LET - It was an unfortunate end to what should have been a glorious second week for the LET in Australia.

Following multiple course inspections on Sunday, it was decided that due to heavy rainfall on Saturday night the final round of the Australian Women’s Classic – Presented by Pacific Pay Resort Studio could not be completed at Bonville Golf Resort.

As a result of the tournament only being 18 holes, the tournament cannot be classed an official LET tournament so points will not be allocated to the Order of Merit and prize money will be unofficial.

It was decided that the three players, Nicole Broch Estrup, Pei-Ying Tsai and Jess Whitting, tied at the top of the leaderboard at the end of 18 holes would be declared joint winners. Read the full report here.

The LET now has a week off as the tour heads to South Africa and the co-sanctioned Joburg Ladies Open
at Modderfontein Golf Club with the Sunshine Ladies Tour.

Sunshine Ladies Tour - South African Casandra Alexander played "flawless golf" to shot a final round six-under-par 66 to finish on 12-under-par and win by four shots at the Absa Ladies Invitational at Serengeti Estates on Saturday.

The 24-year-old started the day tied for the leas with fellow South African Kiera Floyd, but Alexander went out in 34 before adding and eagle and two birdies on the back nine for a convincing victory.

“It was definitely very close to flawless golf. I played unbelievably well and I am really happy,” Alexander said after her fifth Sunshine Ladies Tour title. “I had one or two drops early on which was maybe a bit of nerves, but I must have had 10 15-foot putts and I just couldn’t miss the first few.

“So I just tried to give myself birdie opportunities and I did manage to sink a few more. I played smart, but still aggressively and had a hot putter. Everything was solid, I hit my irons really well.” Read the full final day round-up here.

Next up is the Jabra Ladies Classic at Glendower Golf Club on 10-12th April.

Men's professional tour results

PGA Tour - With one last spot up for grabs at The Masters, there was a big incentive for one of the players not already in the field to shine this week. Step forward Akshay Bhatia, the American held his nerve and sealed a wire-to-wire victory at the Valero Texas Open, his second PGA Tour victory.

It wasn't an easy win as the 22-year-old had to fend off a charge from fellow American Denny McCarthy, who shot nine-under-par, which included eight birdies in nine holes on the back nine with seven of those in the last seven holes, to end up tied with Bhatia after 72 holes.

Both players finished on 20-under-par, with their nearest contender Rory McIlroy, nine shots back on 11-under-par.

McCarthy's birdie run came to an end at just the wrong time as he found water with his third shot on the first play-off hole and Bhatia was able to make birdie to secure the title and his first trip to the Masters. though, secured victory on the first play-off hole with a birdie as McCarthy's charge came to an end when he found the water with his third shot.

This week it's all about The Masters, we don't need to say anything more than that!

LIV Golf - Back in action this week to warm up some of the players for the Masters. The individual title went to South African Dean Burmester who saved par on the second play-off hole to defeat Sergio Garcia and win LIV Golf Miami at Trump National Doral, securing his first LIV victory.

In the team competition, Jon Rahm made a crucial birdie putt on his last hole of the day, to help his team, Legion XIII, claim a one-shot victory over Bubba Watson's RangeGoats GC. This was Legion XIII's second win of their inaugural season in LIV Golf.

Rahm now heads to Augusta National to defend his Masters title.

Shot of the week

One of the most bizarre shots we have ever seen was Jordan Spieth on Saturday, where he hit his thrid shot on 18 onto the top of the clubhouse at TPC San Antonio in order to get free relief. That he did but he would then go on to three putt for a double bogey. A very odd watch.

Although inventive, we're not giving the shot of the week to Speith, instead it goes to Ludvig Åberg, who broke his driver whilst teeing off the 17th at TPC San Antonio on Saturday but still managed to find the green on the par-4.

After the round, Åberg said: “It was odd, it was bizarre. I’ve never experienced anything like that, not even in practice or anything, I’ve never seen it before, so I was just in shock.

“I’m glad the ball stayed in bounds because I really don’t know what could have happened. Somehow it made it all the way to the green, I don’t know how.

“At the end of the day, I feel like I put a pretty good swing on it. Which is all that matters.”

Moment of the week

Can you forgive us for two non-tour moments in two weeks? We couldn't not mention the moment when England's Lottie Woad became the first European player to win the Augusta National Women's Amateur. The event is played at Augusta National and will see tour players there this week, so it sort of counts, right?!

There might as well be no other golf on this week, as all eyes will be on Augusta National to see whether Jon Rahm can defend his Masters title, whilst the LIV/PGA tour chatter rubbles on.

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