This past weekend on the PGA Tour saw the second leg of the FedEx Cup take place at the Dell Technologies Championship in Norton, Massachusetts. The cut would go from the top 100 remaining players down to the top 70. Last week's winner, Dustin Johnson, went into the event in first place in the standings. On the LPGA Tour, the Cambia Portland Classic was being held.

Thomas wins the Dell Technologies Championship

Going into the final round, Justin Thomas and Marc Leishman were tied for the lead at 12-under par, with Paul Casey one shot behind and Jordan Spieth two shots back.

By the time the leaders had finished the front nine, it was clear that the tournament would be a three-man race between Leishman, Thomas, and Spieth.

Leishman had shot 5-under on the front nine to hold a two-shot lead over Spieth and Thomas. However, tournaments are won on the back nine, which is when Thomas waited for Leishman and Spieth to fall apart. Leishman shot five over par on the back nine. Spieth took the lead after making birdie on 13 but then made two bogeys on the final five holes.

In contrast, Thomas shook off a bogey on 11 and made two birdies down the stretch to shoot one under on the back nine as he never made any key mistakes on the final seven holes. This was Thomas' first FedEx Cup tournament win, moving him up one shot to second in the standings.

It was also his fifth victory on the PGA Tour this season, making him only the fourth player (Woods, Spieth, Day) this decade to do that.

Stacy Lewis wins the Cambia Portland Classic

Stacy Lewis entered the day holding a three-shot lead over Moriya Jutanugarn and a four-shot lead over In Gee Chun. Jutanugarn would not be a factor in the final round as she shot an even-par 72 for the day.

Through the first nine holes, Lewis had shot 3-under par to keep her lead over Chun at four shots.

However, Chun then made three birdies over the next six holes to be only one behind Lewis with two holes to play, as Lewis had made par on each of those same six holes. Lewis would par the last two holes to hold at 20-under par, while Chun could not manage to make a birdie to tie her.

This victory is Lewis' 12th on the LPGA Tour and her first since winning the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship in June 2014. Lewis, a Houston native, donated her entire $195,000 winners check to relief efforts in the city. Her sponsor, KPGM, matched the amount, while her other sponsor, Marathon Oil, donated $1 million following the victory.