It was another big week for Jon Rahm, who picked up his fourth worldwide win in four months at The American Express.
Thanks to a stellar final round, Si Woo Kim surged up the leaderboard and claimed victory at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Jon Rahm was nowhere near the lead early in Sunday's final round, but he found another gear and wound up with the win in the first PGA Tour event of the new year.
One season wrapped up Sunday and a portion of another did as well, and two golfers -- including Jon Rahm -- went out on a high note.
Tony Finau took charge Friday in Houston, and when it was all said and done, he found himself in the winner's circle for the fifth time in his career.
Russell Henley failed to reach the winner's circle five straight times when holding a 54-hole lead, but he found himself in the same position Sunday, and this time around he sealed the deal.
He was not in control the entire way, but when the final putt was sunk, Seamus Power claimed victory at the Butterfield Bermuda Championship.
A red-hot Rory McIlroy kept both Congaree Golf Club and an impressive list of challengers at bay picked up his third win in five months.
Thanks to four rounds in the 60s and a steady putter, Keegan Bradley broke a four-year winless drought at the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP.
Rising star Tom Kim picked up his second PGA Tour win over the weekend -- and joined some impressive company in the process.
It had been nearly six years since Mackenzie Hughes found himself in the winner's circle, but with a little extra motivation, that's exactly where he wound up at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Len Hochberg looks back at the U.S. Team's latest victory over the International Team in the Presidents Cup and grades the 24 golfers that took part.
The cards were stacked against him late on Sunday, but when it was all said and done, Max Homa walked away with a season-opening win for the second year in a row.
Thanks to a stellar Sunday showing, Rory McIlroy took down the top-ranked player in the world and won the TOUR Championship for a record third time.
Thanks to a late birdie on Sunday afternoon, Patrick Cantlay defended his title at the BMW Championship and won his third playoff event in two years.
It was not the prettiest of finishes, but when the final putt dropped, Will Zalatoris walked away with the FedEx St. Jude Championship and the first PGA Tour victory of his career.
20-year-old Joohyung Kim picked up his first PGA Tour win at the Wyndham Championship, and that was not the only prize he walked away with.
After picking up his first win of the season the week before, Tony Finau tore up Detroit Golf Club and wound up in the winner's circle for the second time in as many starts.
He needed some help, but when it was all said and done at the 3M Open, Tony Finau walked away with his first win of the season and the third PGA Tour victory over his career.
Thanks to a Sunday surge on the back nine at storied St. Andrews, Cameron Smith took down the 150th Open Championship and picked up the first major championship of his career.
It was another week, another win for Xander Schauffele, who wound up in the winner's circle for the third time in seven starts.
Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night could prevent J.T. Poston from going wire-to-wire at the John Deere Classic and picking up his first win since 2019.
Thanks to four rounds in the 60s and a late turn of events, Xander Schauffele picked up his first solo victory since 2019.
It took a while for Matt Fitzpatrick to win his first tournament stateside, but with a stellar Sunday at the U.S. Open, he claimed both his first PGA Tour victory -- and his first career major championship.
With a stellar final round in Canada, Rory McIlroy picked up his second victory of the season and surpassed “someone else” on the PGA Tour’s Career Wins list.
Thanks to his easy win at the Memorial, Billy Horschel now ranks higher in the OWGR than he ever has before.
The Charles Schwab Challenge came down to a playoff between two of the hottest golfers going, and when it was all said and done, Sam Burns emerged with his third victory of the season.
Justin Thomas surged up the leaderboard like a locomotive on Sunday afternoon, and when it was all said and done he walked away with the Wanamaker Trophy for the second time in his career.
K.H. Lee held off a formidable list of challengers and took home the trophy at the AT&T Byron Nelson for a second straight year.
Those invested in Max Homa reaped the rewards, as he picked up his third victory since the start of 2021 at the Wells Fargo Championship.