With a haymaker on the 71st hole and another at the last, Jon Rahm won the U.S. Open and claimed the first major championship of his career.
Garrick Higgo has been racking up wins overseas, and it took him almost no time at all to claim his first title on the PGA Tour.
Patrick Cantlay won the Memorial for the second time in three years, but the story of the weekend was the withdrawal of Jon Rahm. Len Hochberg weighs in on both golfers and more in his latest tournament review.
Jason Kokrak's putter has been hot all season, and he relied on the flat stick again en route to a victory at the Charles Schwab Championship and his second win in 20 starts.
Phil Mickelson wowed the crowd at Kiawah Island and became the oldest winner in major championship history. Len Hochberg breaks down Lefty's win and discusses where it leaves him among the best of all-time.
Thanks to a club change and four stellar rounds in a row, K.H. Lee took home the title at the AT&T Byron Nelson and claimed the first PGA Tour win of his career.
Rory McIlroy wasn't quite himself over the past few months, but he washed that all away over the weekend with his third career win at the Wells Fargo Championship.
After coming oh-so-close to his first PGA Tour title earlier this year, Sam Burns got another shot to convert Sunday at the Valspar Championship, and this time he did not falter.
The team comprised of Australians Marc Leishman and Cameron Smith took down all competitors and claimed the title on the 73rd hole at TPC Louisiana.
Stewart Cink and son Reagan were on the same page all week at Harbour Town, where the elder Cink claimed victory with his son on the bag for the second time this season.
With the weight of a nation behind him, Hideki Matsuyama did not waver and captured both the first green jacket and first major championship of his career.
With his first win in four years, Jordan Spieth left no doubt where he stands on the eve of the Masters.
Billy Horschel knocked it out of the park in Texas, outlasting 63 other golfers in the Match Play event to claim the first WGC title of his career.
Many tried to match Matt Jones' performance at The Honda Classic, but when it was all said and done he found himself in a class all to himself.
A weekend surge shot Justin Thomas up the leaderboard and helped him capture THE PLAYERS Championship for the first time in his career.
With a couple eye-popping drives, a couple steady rounds and a clutch putt at the last, Bryson DeChamebau wowed the crowd and owned the weekend at Arnie's Place.
Collin Morikawa took home the first WGC title of his career Sunday, and he joined some impressive company in the process.
With a steady Sunday and a par on the second playoff hole, Max Homa claimed his second career PGA Tour win -- and his first at the course he has been visiting for years.
Daniel Berger had no trouble putting a smile on his face after taking home the title at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Thanks to four steady rounds and a clutch shot on the penultimate hole, Brooks Koepka secured his first victory in nearly 19 months and reclaimed his spot among the Tour's elite.
Patrick Reed cruised to victory at the Farmers Insurance Open, but it wasn't his win that was being talked about afterward.
Si Woo Kim held off a Sunday surge from Patrick Cantlay and picked up the third win of his PGA Tour career.
With a birdie at the last, Kevin Na took home the Sony Open title and added his name to a star-studded list.
Harris English reigned over a top-tier field in Hawaii and claimed his first victory in eight years.
A huge weekend, punctuated by a birdie on the 72nd hole, helped Viktor Hovland claim his first career win in a full-field event.
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.