This week on the PGA Tour saw the Travelers Championship end with an epic playoff duel between jordan spieth and Daniel Berger. This week the world of golf also saw events take place on the European Tour, Champions Tour, and the LPGA Tour.

Spieth makes history with his 10th PGA Tour win

For most of the day, Jordan Spieth had struggled, especially on shorter putts. He then found himself in a playoff with fellow American Daniel Berger at the Travelers Championship after he had made 3 birdies in the last 6 holes. On the first playoff hole, Spieth's shot came up short and went into the bunker on the 18th hole just like it did in regulation.

Then the magic happened, as his bunker shot holed out for a birdie, with Berger missing his very long birdie putt.

This gave Spieth his tenth victory on the PGA Tour and his first since the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in February. It was also his second career wire-to-wire victory. With the win, he joined Tiger Woods as the only players to have at least 10 wins on the PGA Tour before their 24th birthday since World War II. Woods had 15 wins compared to Spieth's 10, though he has until July 27th to get more before he turns 24.

Fred Couples get his second victory of the season

Fred Couples rallied from being down two strokes entering the last round of the American Family Insurance Open to win for the second time this year on the Champions Tour.

He birdied 6 of the first 11 holes to shot a 6-under 66 for the day. He previously won the Chubb Classic in February and now has 13 wins on the Champions Tour to go with his 15 on the PGA Tour.

Andres Romero wins the BMW International Open

Argentina's Andres Romero managed to hold off Masters winner Sergio Garica, England's Richard Bland, and Germany's Thomas Detry by one-stroke to win the BMW International Open.

Romero shot a bogey-free, 7-under 65 to win the tournament that he was competing in on a sponsor's invite. This win was a big one for Romero, who had slipped to 837th in the world and had not won since the Zurich Classic of New Orleans in March 2008.

So Yeon Ryu gets her second victory this year

In the third round of the NW Arkansas Championship South Korean So Yeon Ryu shot a course record, 10-under 61 to take a commanding lead at the event.

She would hold onto that lead on Sunday, defeating fellow South Korean Amy Yang and Thai golfer Moriya Jutanugarn by two strokes. Her other victory came at the year's first major at the ANA Inspiration in April. She is the first player on the LPGA Tour with two victories this year.