We recap the last week on tour where Nelly Korda made it three in a row, whilst Scottie Scheffler couldn't make it a World Number One double and Mariajo Uribe had the story of the week

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 31st March

Here's who won:

LPGA Tour - Chasing a third victory in a row, Nelly Korda turned her game up a gear on the final day of the inaugural Ford Championship presented by KCC, shooting a bogey-free 65 to jump to the top of the leaderboard. The win was her 11th LPGA Tour victory and cemented her current position as World Number One.

The American didn't require a play-off for this win but showed some great form in what were tough Sunday conditions. Read the full final day round-up here.

The LPGA now moves to Las Vegas to play the T-Mobile Match Play presented by MGM Rewards at Shadow Creek.

LET - Two of the most popular weeks on the LET are when they travel to Australia. First up was the NSW Women's Open at Magenta Shores Golf & Country Club, an event that is co-sanctioned with the WPGA Tour of Australasia.

The winner this week was Mariajo Uribe. Maybe not a household name but the story of her victory this week is pretty special. The Columbian explained on Friday:

“I mean this is my last year, I am retiring after the Paris Olympics. I just need to make points.”

In what is to be her swan song year, she is making the most of it and by securing the win in Australia, she picked her first professional title in nearly 13 years. Read the full final day round-up here.

This week the LET staying in Australia for the Australian Women's Classic at Bonville Golf Resort.

Men's professional tour results

PGA Tour - It wasn't to be a World Number one double three-peat on the PGA Tour and the LPGA, as Scottie Scheffler came up one shot short at the Texas Children's Houston Open. The American had to settle for a share of second with defending champion Tony Finau, Thomas Detry, Taylor Moore and Alejandro Tosti.

There was a five-way tie heading into the final round and in the end it was Germany's Stephan Jaeger who claimed his first PGA Tour title, after last winning on the Korn Ferry Tour three years ago.

It came down to the final hole, with a par being enough card a three-under-par 67, whilst Scheffler came close to forcing a play-off but missed a birdie putt from about six feet.

As well as securing his first PGA Tour title, the 34-year-old will also be making his first trip down Magnolia Lane, when he tees it up at The Masters next week.

This week the PGA Tour it's the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio (Oaks Course), a warm up to The Masters.

DP World Tour - It was a first time victory on the DP World Tour last week at the Hero Indian Open, in only his 11th start Japan's Keita Nakajima proved a popular winner.

The 23-year-old had a four shot lead heading into the final day and that was how it would finish but at one point he had extended the lead to nine shots. After three and half rounds of good golf, he needed the big buffer as he faltered on the way in with a double and three bogeys.

Nakajima finished on 17-under-par, four shots ahead of India's Veer Ahlawat, Swede Sebastian Soderberg and American Johannes Veerman.

The Japanese player is one of the rising stars of the game and has his eyes on the PGA Tour. In his first full season on the Japan Golf Tour he won the order of merit and also spent 87 weeks at the top of the world amateur rankings before turning professional.

The DP World Tour now has a week break before the first Major of the season at The Masters looms large.

Shot of the week

King of golf tips Padraig Harrington showed everyone how it is done when his drive went into the trees at Memorial Park at the Texas Children's Houston Open on Thursday. Harrington got out a wood, knelt down and easily go the ball out. He punched the under-the-tree shot 120 yards into the fairway. From there, the Irishman missed the green with his approach, but then got up and down to save an adventurous par.

Moment of the week

Not a moment that happened on the golf course this week but we want to say congratulations to Jon Rahm and his wife Kelley who announced that they are expecting baby number three this year. Could this be a momentum builder heading into his Masters defence?

This week we'll see the Augusta National Women's Amateur, which will give us our first glimpse of the Augusta National fairways and azaleas ahead of The Masters. Adding in, Match play action on the LPGA and another popular week down in Australia, they'll be plenty to keep our eyes on.

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