Last weekend was a busy one in the world of golf, as the LPGA Tour played its third major of the season, while the Champions Tour played its four major. There was also the final events on the PGA Tour and European Tour before the third major of the year, the Open Championship.

Park's first major victory

Sung Hyun Park shot a 5-under, 67 to eventually pull away from amateur Hye-Jin Choi and win the U.S. Women's Open by two-strokes at 11-under par. This not only gave the 23-year-old rookie her first major victory, but it was also her first ever victory on the LPGA Tour. It was redemption for Park, who last year at this event hit it in the water on the 18th hole, denying her a chance to be part of the playoff.

McCarron stuns Langer at Senior Players

Scott McCarron shot a bogey-free, 6-under 66 at the Senior Players Championship to stun defending champion Bernhard Langer. Langer entered the 17th hole one-shot ahead of McCarron as he was vying for his third major of the year and his fourth straight Senior Players. However, Langer hit it in the water and missed a 4-footer. Following this double-bogey his 6-foot birdie putt on the 18th to force a playoff lipped out. This was McCarron's first major victory on the Champions Tour and his second of the season.

DeChambeau rallies to win John Deere Classic

Bryson DeChambeau overcame a four-shot deficit in a high scoring and bunched up the leaderboard at the John Deere Classic to win his first PGA Tour event and earn a spot in the Open Championship.

He shot a 6-under 65 on the final day, including birding four of the final six hole to beat Patrick Rodgers by one-stroke at 18-under par. DeChambeau made a clutch 14-foot birdie on the last, while Rodgers bogeyed the 17th and failed to birdie the 18th to force a playoff. With this victory, DeChambeau is the 10th first-time winner on the PGA Tour this season.

Cabrera Bello wins Scottish Open in playoff

Rafael Cabrera Bello came storming up the leaderboard on Sunday at the Scottish Open, shooting an 8-under 64, which was a new course record. However, all he could do was watch as all 24-year-old Callum Shinkwin had to do was make par on the par-5 18th. Shinkwin then hit a bad second shot, bungled his chip and left his putt shot for par.

This forced a playoff. In the playoff, Cabrera Bello hit an amazing approach shot and two-putt for birdie. Shinkwin had a chance to extend it, but his birdie putt came up short. This victory was Cabrera Bello's first since February 2012 at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.