Robert Streb had to fend off a number of competitors in Sunday's final round, but when it was all said and done he took home the title at The RSM Classic for the second time in his career.
Neither Augusta National nor the field provided much resistance against a locked-in Dustin Johnson, who shot the lowest score in Masters history and claimed the second major championship of his career.
Carlos Ortiz had never won a PGA Tour event before Sunday, but a final-round 65 helped him hold off several notable names and pick up his first victory.
Brian Gay scored one for the veterans on Sunday, outlasting all competitors of any age to secure his first win on Tour since 2013.
Patrick Cantlay couldn't stop making birdies until late in Sunday's round, but by that point he had tallied enough to earn his first PGA Tour victory in over a year.
It turns out the best bets last week were on Jason Kokrak, who took advantage of familiar surroundings to pick up the first PGA Tour victory of his career.
Birdies and eagles were the name of the game in Las Vegas, and Martin Laird made enough of them -- including a birdie on his final hole -- to emerge victorious in a three-man playoff.
Sergio Garcia may not have been looking at his golf ball when he hit his final shot in Mississippi, but there's no doubt he saw it drop in the cup as he earned his first PGA Tour victory since 2017.
Hudson Swafford generated little buzz heading into last week's event in the Dominican Republic, but he overcame all competitors -- and a pesky bee -- to pick up his second career win on the PGA Tour.
Neither the field nor vaunted Winged Foot could slow down Bryson DeChambeau, who shot par or better four straight days en route to his first major championship.
Stewart Cink had not won a tournament in over 10 years, but a big weekend helped him take down all competitors and take home the trophy in the first event of the 2020-21 season.
Dustin Johnson ended Monday's final round in the same spot on the leaderboard he opened at, earning him the first FedExCup trophy of his career.
There has been no lack of excitement since PGA Tour play resumed in June, and Jon Rahm made sure that didn't change Sunday, sinking a long putt in extra holes to capture the biggest win of his career.
Dustin Johnson strutted his stuff at TPC Boston, finishing an eye-popping 30-under-par and winning the PGA Tour's first playoff event by a whopping 11 strokes.
Jim Herman came out of nowhere to win the Wyndham Championship and secure a spot in the FedExCup Playoffs.
With not one, but two shots for the ages, Collin Morikawa emerged from the pack and won his first major at the PGA Championship.
A late-Sunday surge gave Justin Thomas both the title in Tennessee and the top spot in the Official World Golf Ranking.
It had been a while since Michael Thompson claimed victory, but thanks to a steady string of subpar rounds he took home the title Sunday in Minnesota.
Len Hochberg recaps Jon Rahm's domination at the Memorial, which vaulted him to No. 1 in the world rankings.
Collin Morikawa lost in a playoff last month in the first PGA Tour event since March, but the opposite came true Sunday, as he took down Justin Thomas in extra holes to notch his second career win.
Bryson DeChambeau made headlines all weekend in Detroit, but when it was all said and done he was the golfer taking home the trophy.
Dustin Johnson was relatively quiet the last few months, but he made plenty of noise over the weekend by taking home the title at the Travelers Championship.
Welcome to Colonial, home of the Good Berger! With a playoff win in the PGA's first event in three months, Daniel Berger is well on his way to having a nice summer.
Len Hochberg details Tyrrell Hatton’s victory at Bay Hill, where, under difficult conditions, Hatton beat out a strong field to move to 22nd in the OWGR.
Twenty-one-year-old Sungjae Im won his first PGA tour event Sunday, shooting a 4 under 66 to grab the win by one stroke over Mackenzie Hughes.
Len Hochberg describes Patrick Reed’s smart and steady play to win over current and former top-five golfers by one stroke on Sunday at Chapultepec.
In his first start of 2020, Adam Scott was victorious at Riviera golf course Sunday, which moves him to No. 7 in the world.
Nick Taylor won his second tournament in 160 starts and jumps to 101st in the OWGR with the victory over Kevin Streelman, Phil Mickelson and Jason Day.
Webb Simpson caught Tony Finau on the 72nd hole then beat him in on the first playoff hole to deny Finau his first big career win.
Marc Leishman came from four shots off the lead with an incredible display on the greens, to win the Farmers Insurance Open Sunday by one stroke over Jon Rahm.