This week saw the PGA Tour's playoff in the remaining players quest to win the FedEx Cup take a week off but that does not mean that nothing was going on this past weekend in golf. On the LPGA Tour, the inaugural Indy Women in Tech Championship took place and saw Lexi Thompson finally get her second victory of the year.

Thompson wins inaugural event in Indianapolis

Lexi Thompson seized the lead with two consecutive days of basically error free golf on Thursday and Friday, as she jumped out to the lead with a 63 and followed it up with a 66. However, she was tied with Lydia Ko entering the final day on Saturday at 15-under par, with Candie Kung one shot back.

The Indy Women in Tech Championship is only three days as it is the last of three 54 hole events on the LPGA Tour.

Through the first eight holes, Thompson and Ko were tied at 16-under, as Kang would not be a factor since she shot a 2-over 74. Thompson then made two birdies in a row to take a two shot lead.

She would then bogey the 11th but Ko would double bogey to offset that. Thompson then played the last six holes 3-under par, while Ko was only one under. She ended up with six birdies for a final round 4-under 68, as Thompson bested Ko by four shots.

Special Indy 500 style victory

By being the inaugural winner of the Indy Women in Tech Championship, Lexi Thompson became the first winner of the Waterford crystal trophy and the champions' wreath, which she was awarded on the 18th green.

She then was driven the short distance to the Indianapolis 500 Speedway, which is tied into the Peter and Alice Dye designed Brickyard Crossing golf course as the course itself weaves around and even inside the famed racecourse.

Thompson then celebrated like a traditional Indianapolis 500 winner would by kissing the famed bricks and sipping some milk before pouring the rest on herself, saying “Here goes the outfit.” She then took a victory lap around the track in a Corvette Stingray.

For Thompson, this was her second LPGA Tour victory this year making her one of only four women (In-Kyung Kim, Sung Hyun Park, So Yeon Ryu) and the first American player to do so this year. She is the first American to win twice in a season since 2015 when she and Cristie Kerr did so.

It was also her ninth career victory on the LPGA Tour, which comes following a lot of close calls with more wins, as she has been the runner up five times this year, including two playoff losses.

Next up for Thompson and everyone else is the year's last major, The Evian Championship.