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Photos: 2018 PGA TOUR Winners

In this post, we’ll keep track of the weekly winners during the 2017-2018 PGA Tour season, starting with Safeway Open in early October, and ending with the Tour Championship in late September – and we’ll even record the 2018 Ryder Cup winners to cap it off.


For a rundown of the final-round recaps of the 2018 PGA TOUR season, without the extra data, go here.


STEELE SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS SAFEWAY OPEN TITLE

What: Safeway Open
When: Oct. 8, 2017
Where: Silverado Resort, Napa (CA)
Winner: Brendan Steele
Winnings: $1.16M, 500 FedExCup, 26 OWGR

The Safeway Open may have meant the start to a new PGA Tour season, but after the first 2018 wrap-around season event, the Tour looks the exact same way it did after last year’s Safeway Open: with Brendan Steele on top. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Brendan Steele -15
2 Tony Finau -13
3 Phil Mickelson -12
3 Chesson Hadley -12
5 Graham DeLaet -11
5 Tyler Duncan -11


PEREZ CRUISES IN MALAYSIA, WINS CIMB CLASSIC BY 4

What: CIMB Classic
When: Oct. 15, 2017
Where: TPC Kuala Lumpur, Kuala (Malaysia)
Winner: Pat Perez
Winnings: $1.26M, 500 FedExCup, 48 OWGR

Pat Perez, the ultimate everyman, blitzed a talented field at the PGA Tour’s CIMB Classic in Malaysia, despite being what he referred to as “the last guy” that thought he would win the tournament. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Pat Perez -24
2 Keegan Bradley -20
3 Xander Schauffele -17
3 Sung Kang -17
5 Cameron Smith -16
5 Hideki Matsuyama -16


THOMAS EDGES LEISHMAN IN PLAYOFF, WINS THE CJ CUP

What: The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges
When: Oct. 22, 2017
Where: Nine Bridges GC, Jeju Island (Korea)
Winner: Justin Thomas
Winnings: $1.66M, 500 FedExCup, 50 OWGR

Reigning PGA Tour Player of the Year, and FedExCup Champion, Justin Thomas, again asserted himself as the current best golfer on the planet, triumphing over fatigue and capturing the title of the inaugural CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges on Jeju Island, South Korea – his first win of the new season, and his sixth title in his past 25 starts. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Justin Thomas -9
2 Marc Leishman -9
3 Cameron Smith -8
4 Whee Kim -6
5 Pat Perez -5
5 Jamie Lovemark -5
5 Brian Harman -5
5 Luke List -5
5 Scott Brown -5
5 Anirban Lahiri -5


ROSE RALLIES TO CAPTURE WGC-HSBC CHAMPIONS

What: WGC-HSBC Champions
When: Oct. 29, 2017
Where: Sheshan CC, Shanghai (China)
Winner: Justin Rose
Winnings: $1.66M, 550 FedExCup, 64 OWGR

Aided enormously by Dustin Johnson’s shocking birdie-free 5-over 77 in the blustery final round of the WGC-HSBC Champions, the first WGC event of the new season was captured by Justin Rose, another former U.S. Open winner, who shot a 5-under 67 to incredibly erase an eight-shot deficit and win by two strokes over Johnson, Henrik Stenson, and Brooks Koepka. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Justin Rose -14
2 Henrik Stenson -12
2 Brooks Koepka -12
2 Dustin Johnson -12
5 Rafa Cabrera-Bello -8
5 Peter Uihlein -8
5 Kyle Stanley -8


ARMOUR CAPTURES FIRST CAREER TITLE AT SANDERSON FARMS

What: Sanderson Farms Championship
When: Oct. 29, 2017
Where: CC of Jackson, Jackson (MS)
Winner: Ryan Armour
Winnings: $774K, 300 FedExCup, 24 OWGR

Ryan Armour posted a 4-under par 68 on Sunday, finishing off a wire to wire lead, to capture his first career PGA Tour title at the Sanderson Farms Championship. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Ryan Armour -19
2 Chesson Hadley -14
3 Jonathan Randolph -12
4 Smylie Kaufman -10
4 Brian Stuard -10
4 Scott Strohmeyer -10


CANTLAY EMERGES, WINS SHRINERS ON SECOND PLAYOFF HOLE

What: Shriners Hospitals for Children Open
When: Nov. 5, 2017
Where: TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas (NV)
Winner: Patrick Cantlay
Winnings: $1.22M, 500 FedExCup, 30 OWGR

With a final-round 4-under 67, 25-year-old Patrick Cantlay came from five shots back after 54 holes to complete one of the PGA Tour’s great comeback stories: a playoff triumph at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas, his first career PGA Tour victory. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Patrick Cantlay -9
2 Alex Cejka -9
2 Whee Kim -9
4 Patton Kizzire -8
4 J.T. Poston -8
4 Chesson Hadley -8


KIZZIRE EDGES FOWLER, WINS OHL CLASSIC

What: OHL Classic at Mayakoba
When: Nov. 12, 2017
Where: Mayakoba, Playa del Carmen (MX)
Winner: Patton Kizzire
Winnings: $1.28M, 500 FedExCup, 32 OWGR

World No. 236 Patton Kizzire, who on a marathon 36-hole Sunday found his way out front, and refused to relent down the stretch, going bogey-free over the final 21 holes to reach 19-under and best Rickie Fowler by one. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Patton Kizzire -19
2 Rickie Fowler -18
3 Si Woo Kim -15
4 Charles Howell III -14
4 Martin Piller -14


AUSTIN COOK WINS RSM CLASSIC, FIRST CAREER TITLE

What: The RSM Classic
When: Nov. 19, 2017
Where: Sea Island, St Simons Island (GA)
Winner: Austin Cook
Winnings: $1.28M, 500 FedExCup, 30 OWGR

PGA Tour Rookie Austin Cook, was able to do what so many other inexperienced players have been unable to do in his position in the past: transmuting a first career 54-hole lead into a first career victory. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Austin Cook -21
2 J.J. Spaun -17
3 Brian Gay -16
4 Brian Harman -14
4 Kevin Kisner -14
4 Andrew Landry -14
4 Chris Kirk -14


FOWLER FIRES 61, WINS HERO WORLD CHALLENGE

What: Hero World Challenge
When: Dec. 10, 2017
Where: Albany GC, New Providence (Bahamas)
Winner: Rickie Fowler
Winnings: $1.00M, 0 FedExCup, 48 OWGR

Decked out in his typical ostentatious bright-orange Sunday wardrobe, 28-year-old Rickie Fowler began his day with seven-consecutive birdies, taking amazingly little time to close a daunting seven-stroke 54-hole deficit, and shooting an 11-under-par 61 to win the Hero by four strokes over Charley Hoffman, who had been the leader by five with 18 holes to play. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Rickie Fowler -18
2 Charley Hoffman -14
3 Tommy Fleetwood -12
3 Jordan Spieth -12
5 Justin Rose -11
5 Hideki Matusyama -11
5 Patrick Reed -11


DJ BLOWS AWAY FIELD OF CHAMPIONS AT KAPALUA

Dustin Johnson

What: Sentry Tournament of Champions
When: Jan. 7, 2018
Where: Plantation, Kapalua (HI)
Winner: Dustin Johnson
Winnings: $1.26M, 500 FedExCup, 56 OWGR

Dustin Johnson carded an 8-under 65 on Sunday to win the 2018 Sentry Tournament of Champions by eight strokes over Jon Rahm. The title is the 17th of Johnson’s PGA Tour career, and second at Kapalua’s Plantation Course, having also won in 2013. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Dustin Johnson -24
2 Jon Rahm -16
3 Brian Harman -15
4 Hideki Matsuyama -14
4 Pat Perez -14
4 Rickie Fowler -14


PATTON KIZZIRE CAPTURES SONY OPEN IN PLAYOFF

What: Sony Open
When: Jan. 14, 2018
Where: Waialae CC, Honolulu (HI)
Winner: Patton Kizzire
Winnings: $1.12M, 500 FedExCup, 48 OWGR

Patton Kizzire carded a 2-under 68 on Sunday and beat James Hahn on the sixth sudden-death playoff hole to capture the 2018 Sony Open at Waialae Country Club. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Patton Kizzire -17
2 James Hahn -17
3 Tom Hoge -16
4 Webb Simpson -15
4 Brian Harman -15
4 Brian Stuard -15


RAHM WINS CAREERBUILDER CHALLENGE IN OT

What: CareerBuilder Challenge
When: Jan. 21, 2018
Where: PGA West, La Quinta (CA)
Winner: Jon Rahm
Winnings: $1.06M, 500 FedExCup, 40 OWGR

Jon Rahm fired a bogey-free 5-under 67 at the Stadium Course, and beat Andrew Landry on the fourth playoff hole to win the CareerBuilder Challenge. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Jon Rahm -22
2 Andrew Landry -22
3 Martin Piller -20
3 John Huh -20
3 Adam Hadwin -20


DAY EDGES NOREN ON SIXTH EXTRA HOLE TO WIN FARMERS INSURANCE OPEN

What: Farmers Insurance Open
When: Jan. 28, 2018
Where: Torrey Pines (South), La Jolla (CA)
Winner: Jason Day
Winnings: $1.24M, 500 FedExCup, 54 OWGR

Keeping up with what is hot and trendy, the Farmers Insurance Open outdid both, needing Monday to determine its winner, with Jason Day outdueling Alex Noren on a sixth extra hole, the morning after the two matched shot for shot into the darkness at famed Torrey Pines. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Jason Day -10
2 Alex Noren -10
2 Ryan Palmer -10
4 J.B. Holmes -9
5 Keegan Bradley -8


WOODLAND CAPTURES WM PHOENIX OPEN IN PLAYOFF

What: Waste Management Phoenix Open
When: Feb. 4, 2018
Where: TPC Scottsdale (Stadium), Scottsdale (AZ)
Winner: Gary Woodland
Winnings: $1.24M, 500 FedExCup, 60 OWGR

Coming into the week, the past three PGA Tour events had been decided in playoffs, and the two most recent Waste Management Phoenix Opens had also gone to extra holes, so it was not terribly shocking on Sunday that Gary Woodland needed overtime to secure the title at TPC Scottsdale. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Gary Woodland -18
2 Chez Reavie -18
3 Brendan Steele -15
3 Ollie Schniederjans -15
5 Phil Mickelson -14
5 Bryson DeChambeau -14
5 Chesson Hadley -14
5 Matt Kuchar -14


POTTER JR. HOLDS OFF STARS TO WIN PEBBLE BEACH PRO-AM

What: AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am
When: Feb. 11, 2018
Where: Pebble Beach Golf Links, Pebble Beach (CA)
Winner: Ted Potter Jr.
Winnings: $1.33M, 500 FedExCup, 54 OWGR

In the end, it was Ted Potter Jr. on top of the leaderboard, shooting a final-round 3-under 69, and winning by three strokes over the intimidating quartet of Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Chez Reavie, and four-time Pebble Beach champion Phil Mickelson. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Ted Potter Jr. -17
T2 Phil Mickelson -14
T2 Chez Reavie -14
T2 Jason Day -14
T2 Dustin Johnson -14


BUBBA WATSON WINS GENESIS OPEN, BREAKS SLUMP

What: Genesis Open
When: Feb. 18, 2018
Where: Riviera Country Club, Pacific Palisades (CA)
Winner: Bubba Watson
Winnings: $1.26M, 500 FedExCup, 62 OWGR

Being mired in a long slump that had him contemplating retirement – and seemingly distracted by celebrity duties – was not enough to keep Bubba Watson from history, as the enigmatic, long-hitting lefty added a 10th win to his career resume, winning by two strokes at the Genesis Open. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Bubba Watson -12
2 Kevin Na -10
2 Tony Finau -10
4 Scott Stallings -9
4 Patrick Cantlay -9


JUSTIN THOMAS GRINDS OUT WIN AT THE HONDA CLASSIC

What: Honda Classic
When: Feb. 25, 2018
Where: PGA National, Palm Beach Gardens (FL)
Winner: Justin Thomas
Winnings: $1.18M, 500 FedExCup, 54 OWGR

With a birdie on the first playoff hole at famed PGA National, Justin Thomas edged Luke List to capture the Honda Classic. After a season where he won five times, and took a major title – the PGA Championship, Thomas had little to prove coming into the new season, but the world No. 3 was able to notch his second win of the year with the triumph at PGA National. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Justin Thomas -8
2 Luke List -8
3 Alex Noren -7
4 Tommy Fleetwood -6
5 Byeong Hun-An -4
5 Webb Simpson -4


MICKELSON EDGES THOMAS IN PLAYOFF TO WIN WGC-MEXICO CHAMPIONSHIP

What: WGC-Mexico Championship
When: Mar. 4, 2018
Where: Club de Golf Chapultepec, Mexico City (MX)
Winner: Phil Mickelson
Winnings: $1.8M, 550 FedExCup, 72 OWGR

Phil Mickelson is again a winner on the PGA Tour. A par on the first playoff hole meant career victory No. 43 for Mickelson, which came off the strength of an impressive final round 5-under 66 to reach 16 under for the week. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Phil Mickelson -16
2 Justin Thomas -16
3 Tyrrell Hatton -15
3 Rafa Cabrera-Bello -15
5 Brian Harman -13
5 Kiradech Aphibarnrat -13


PAUL CASEY ENDS WINLESS DROUGHT WITH VICTORY AT VALSPAR CHAMPIONSHIP

Paul Casey Wins Valspar Championship

What: Valspar Championship
When: Mar. 11, 2018
Where: Innisbrook (Copperhead), Palm Harbor (FL)
Winner: Paul Casey
Winnings: $1.1M, 500 FedExCup, 52 OWGR

Paul Casey shot a 6-under 65 on Sunday to capture the 2018 Valspar Championship, ending a nearly nine-year winless drought on the PGA Tour. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Paul Casey -10
2 Patrick Reed -9
3 Tiger Woods -9
3 Sergio Garcia -8
5 Rory Sabbatini -7
5 Justin Rose -7


RORY ERUPTS ON BACK NINE TO WIN ARNOLD PALMER INVITATIONAL

Rory McIlroy Wins 2018 Arnold Palmer Invitational
Credit: Getty Images

What: Arnold Palmer Invitational
When: Mar. 18, 2018
Where: Bay Hill Club and Lodge, Orlando (FL)
Winner: Rory McIlroy
Winnings: $1.6M, 500 FedExCup, 58 OWGR

As it turns out, Rory McIlroy is still Rory McIlroy. It was not quite the comeback story that the massive crowds at the Arnold Palmer Invitational were hoping for, but a fascinating tale still unfolded at Bay Hill Club and Lodge as a reinvigorated McIlroy birdied five of the last six holes to win by three strokes over Bryson DeChambeau. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Rory McIlroy -18
2 Bryson DeChambeau -15
3 Justin Rose -14
4 Henrik Stenson -13
5 Tiger Woods -10
5 Ryan Moore -10


BUBBA CRUSHES KISNER IN FINALE TO WIN WGC-DELL MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP

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What: WGC-Dell Match Play Championship
When: Mar. 25, 2018
Where: Austin Country Club, Austin (TX)
Winner: Bubba Watson
Winnings: $1.7M, 550 FedExCup, 74 OWGR

Bubba Watson absolutely obliterated a hot Kevin Kisner 7&6 in the closing match to take the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Read Recap

FINAL MATCHES

SEMI FINAL MATCHES
Bubba Thomas (35) defeated Justin Thomas (2), 3 & 2
Kevin Kisner (32) defeated Alex Noren (13), 1 Up (19 holes)

CONSOLATION MATCH
Alex Noren (13) defeated Justin Thomas (2), 3 & 2

CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Bubba Watson (35) defeated Kevin Kisner (32), 7 and 6


BRICE GARNETT GOES WIRE TO WIRE TO CAPTURE INAUGURAL DOMINICAN EVENT

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What: Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship
When: Mar. 25, 2018
Where: Corales Course, Punta Cana (D.R.)
Winner: Brice Garnett
Winnings: $540k, 300 FedExCup, 24 OWGR

Brice Garnett posted a 2-under par 70 on Sunday to capture the inaugural Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship by four strokes. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Brice Garnett -18
2 Keith Mitchell -14
3 Kelly Kraft -13
4 Denny McCarthy -12
5 K.J. Choi -11
5 Xin-jun Zhang -11
5 Paul Dunne -11
5 Andrew Putnam -11
5 Harris English -11
5 Seung-su Han -11
5 Seamus Power -11
5 Tom Lovelady -11


POULTER PUNCHES TICKET TO MASTERS WITH WIN IN HOUSTON

Ian Poulter
Credit: Getty Images/Stacy Revere

What: Houston Open
When: Apr. 1, 2018
Where: Golf Club of Houston, Humble (TX)
Winner: Ian Poulter
Winnings: $1.2M, 500 FedExCup, 48 OWGR

Ian Poulter shot a final-round 67 to reach 19-under par, and then beat Beau Hossler on the first hole of sudden death to win the 2018 Houston Open. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Ian Poulter -19
2 Beau Hossler -19
3 Jordan Spieth -16
3 Emiliano Grillo -16
5 Sam Ryder -15


REED HOLDS OFF FOWLER, SPIETH TO WIN MASTERS

Credit: Getty Images/Jamie Squire

What: The Masters
When: Apr. 8, 2018
Where: Augusta National Golf Club, Augusta (GA)
Winner: Patrick Reed
Winnings: $1.98M, 600 FedExCup, 100 OWGR

Starting the day at 14-under-par with a three-stroke advantage, Patrick Reed was not quite as brilliant as he had been in the opening three rounds, but he was good enough. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Patrick Reed -15
2 Rickie Fowler -14
3 Jordan Spieth -13
4 Jon Rahm -11
5 Cameron Smith -9
5 Bubba Watson -9
5 Henrik Stenson -9
5 Rory McIlroy -9


KODAIRA WINS RBC HERITAGE IN PLAYOFF

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What: RBC Heritage
When: Apr. 15, 2018
Where: Harbour Town Golf Links, Hilton Head (SC)
Winner: Satoshi Kodaira
Winnings: $1.2M, 500 FedExCup, 52 OWGR

Satoshi Kodaira shot a 5-under 66 to capture the clubhouse lead, and then saw contenders Si Woo Kim, Luke List, and 54-hole leader Ian Poulter falter on the back nine. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Satoshi Kodaira -12
2 Si Woo Kim -12
3 Luke List -11
4 Bryson DeChambeau -11
5 Billy Horschel -10
5 Webb Simpson -10


LANDRY WINS MAIDEN TITLE AT VALERO TEXAS OPEN

Credit: Getty Images/Tom Pennington

What: Valero Texas Open
When: Apr. 22, 2018
Where: TPC San Antonio, San Antonio (TX)
Winner: Andrew Landry
Winnings: $1.2M, 500 FedExCup, 40 OWGR

Andrew Landry shot a 68 on Sunday at TPC San Antonio to reach 12-under par and win the 2018 Valero Texas Open. The 30-year old Landry signed for card comprised of 12 pars, one bogey, and five birdies – highlighted by three-straight out of the gate – en route to a 4-under par 68. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Andrew Landry -17
2 Trey Mullinax -15
2 Sean O’Hair -15
4 Jimmy Walker -14
5 Zach Johnson -13


HORSCHEL, PIERCY CAPTURE THE ZURICH CLASSIC

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What: Zurich Classic of New Orleans
When: Apr. 29, 2018
Where: TPC Louisiana, Avondale (LA)
Winner: Billy Horschel, Scott Piercy
Winnings: $1M, 400 FedExCup, 0 OWGR

Reaching 22-under for the four days, Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy completed an impressive week that included a Saturday 61, to hold off a compelling leaderboard and capture the Zurich Classic by one stroke over the team of Jason Dufner and Pat Perez. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Billy Horschel, Scott Piercy -22
2 Jason Dufner, Pat Perez -21
2 Charl Schwartzel, Louis Oosthuizen -20
4 Chris Paisley, Tommy Fleetwood -19
4 Brice Garnett, Chesson Hadley -19


DAY WINS WELLS FARGO CHAMPIONSHIP

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What: Wells Fargo Championship
When: May 6, 2018
Where: Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte (NC)
Winner: Jason Day
Winnings: $1.4M, 500 FedExCup, 60 OWGR

Jason Day fired a final-round 69 at Quail Hollow Club to win the Wells Fargo Championship by two strokes. Day entered Sunday with a two-shot lead and that’s exactly where he ended up, aided greatly by going 2 under through the Green Mile that comprise hole Nos. 16-18. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Jason Day-12
2 Aaron Wise -10
2 Nick Watney -10
4 Bryson DeChambeau -8
5 Phil Mickelson -7
5 Paul Casey -7
5 Peter Uihlein -7


SIMPSON CRUISES TO WIN AT THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP

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What: THE PLAYERS Championship
When: May 13, 2018
Where: TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach (FL)
Winner: Webb Simpson
Winnings: $1.9M, 600 FedExCup, 80 OWGR

Webb Simpson’s final round 1-over 73 was the worst final round of anyone who finished in the top 40 at TPC Sawgrass, but with a 7-stroke lead to begin the day, it was near flawless prevent defense. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Webb Simpson -18
2 Charl Schwartzel -14
2 Jimmy Walker -14
2 Xander Schauffele -14
5 Jason Day -13
5 Jason Dufner -13


AARON WISE WINS MAIDEN VICTORY AT BYRON NELSON

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What: AT&T Byron Nelson
When: May 20, 2018
Where: Trinity Forest Golf Club, Dallas (TX)
Winner: Aaron Wise
Winnings: $1.4M, 500 FedExCup, 34 OWGR

When Aaron Wise smashed his way to the 2016 NCAA Division I Individual Championship as a 19-year-old at the University of Oregon, success at the highest levels felt inevitable. Two years later, the precocious Wise is a PGA Tour Champion. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Aaron Wise -23
2 Marc Leishman -20
3 Branden Grace -19
3 J.J. Spaun -19
3 Keith Mitchell -19


JUSTIN ROSE CAPTURES FORT WORTH INVITATIONAL TITLE

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What: Fort Worth Invitational
When: May 27, 2018
Where: Colonial CC, Ft. Worth (TX)
Winner: Justin Rose
Winnings: $1.3M, 500 FedExCup, 56 OWGR

Justin Rose shot a 6-under 64 on an atypically windless Sunday in Fort Worth, allowing him to reach 20-under for the week, and clip Brooks Koepka by three shots for his ninth career PGA Tour victory. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Justin Rose -20
2 Brooks Koepka -17
3 Emiliano Grillo -16
4 Kevin Na -14
5 Kevin Tway -10
5 Jon Rahm -10
5 Louis Oosthuizen -10


BRYSON DECHAMBEAU WINS THE MEMORIAL IN PLAYOFF

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What: The Memorial
When: June 3, 2018
Where: Muirfield Village GC, Dublin, (OH)
Winner: Bryson DeChambeau
Winnings: $1.6M, 500 FedExCup, 70 OWGR

A few months after taking solo-second at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Bryson DeChambeau emerged victorious from a three-man playoff at The Memorial Tournament, an event most famous for being the brainchild of PGA Tour and professional sports legend Jack Nicklaus. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Bryson DeChambeau -15
2 Byeong Hun An -15
2 Kyle Stanley -15
4 Patrick Cantlay -14
5 Peter Uihlein -13


D.J. CAPS WIN AT FEDEX ST JUDE CLASSIC WITH WALK-OFF HOLE OUT

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What: FedEx St. Jude Classic
When: June 10, 2018
Where: TPC Southwind, Memphis (TN)
Winner: Dustin Johnson
Winnings: $1.2M, 500 FedExCup, 36 OWGR

It is difficult to go into the U.S. Open on a better note than Dustin Johnson just did. A walk-off eagle-2 from 171 yards on the 72nd hole put an incredible finishing touch to a final-round 4-under 66, and a six-stroke rout at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Dustin Johnson -19
2 Andrew Putnam -13
3 J.B. Holmes -9
4 Richy Werenski -8
4 Stewart Cink -8


BROOKS KOEPKA CLAIMS SECOND-CONSECUTIVE U.S. OPEN

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What: U.S. Open
When: June 17, 2018
Where: Shinnecock Hills GC, Southampton (NY)
Winner: Brooks Koepka
Winnings: $2.1M, 600 FedExCup, 100 OWGR

Brooks Koepka shot a final-round 2-under 68 to join Curtis Strange as the only two people alive on planet earth to repeat as U.S. Open Champion, overcoming an all-time great major championship round from England’s Tommy Fleetwood to win by one stroke in his championship defense. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1 Brooks Koepka +1
2 Tommy Fleetwood +2
3 Dustin Johnson +3
4 Patrick Reed +4
5 Tony Finau +5


BUBBA WATSON CAPTURES THIRD TRAVELERS TITLE WITH SUNDAY 63

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What: Travelers Championship
When: June 24, 2018
Where: TPC River Highlands, Cromwell (CT)
Winner: Bubba Watson
Winnings: $1.2M, 500 FedExCup, 58 OWGR

Six strokes behind to start the final round at the Travelers Championship, Bubba Watson knew he needed something spectacular to win. Watson himself said that he thought he would need a 60, a score that has not been shot on Tour this season. He shot a 63, but that was enough. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1. Bubba Watson -17
2. Stewart Cink -14
2. Beau Hossler -14
2. J.B. Holmes -14
2. Paul Casey -14


MOLINARI WINS QUICKEN LOANS NATIONAL IN A BLOWOUT

Francesco Molinari of Italy celebrates with the trophy after winning the Quicken Loans National at TPC Potomac on July 1, 2018 in Potomac, Maryland. Credit: Getty Images/Rob Carr

What: Quicken Loans National
When: July 1, 2018
Where: TPC Potomac, Potomac (MD)
Winner: Francesco Molinari
Winnings: $1.3M, 500 FedExCup, 34 OWGR

It might not have been the strongest field, but Francesco Molinari closed like a champion at TPC Potomac, firing a bogey-free 8-under 62 to capture his maiden title on the PGA Tour. The European Tour star transmuted a 54-hole co-lead into an 8-shot romp at the Quicken Loans National. Read Recap

FINAL TOP 5

1. Francesco Molinari -21
2. Ryan Armour -13
2. Sung-hoon Kang -12
4. Tiger Woods -11
4. Abraham Ancer -1

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