Despite all of the majors and the FedEx Cup being over, this week saw the biannual Presidents Cup take place as the United States took on the International Team. Meanwhile, on the European Tour, the British Masters was being played. The LPGA Tour traveled to New Zealand to play the New Zealand Women's Open.

No drama at the Presidents Cup

There would be no drama going into the final Sunday at the 12th Presidents Cup. The United States entered the day with a commanding 14 1/2 to 3 1/2 lead over the International Team, only needing one point to win the event.

The victory came early as Daniel Berger beat Si Woo Kim in the fourth match of the day and the American team ended up winning the event 19 to 11.

This is the seventh consecutive time that the United States has won the Presidents Cup, while also increasing their all-time record to 10-1-1. Phil Mickelson also made history yesterday, as he recorded his 25th victory at the event, breaking the record previously held by Tiger Woods.

Paul Dunne wins the British Masters

The field was packed going into the final Sunday at the British Masters, as Robert Karlsson held a one-shot lead at -12 under par. Right behind him were Paul Dunne, Richie Ramsay and a trio of Brits in Ian Poulter, Tyrrell Hatton, and Graeme Storm.

There were also five more golfers at -10 under and four at -9 under.

Rory McIlroy, who was one of those sitting at -10 under show a -7 under 63 to finish the day at -17 under par. This put him one shot ahead of Karlsson, who finished in solo third place. However, it was the 24-year-old Dunne who would claim the victory, his first on the European Tour.

He shot the lowest round of the tournament, a -9 under 61, to win the event by three strokes with a score of -20 under par.

Brooke Henderson claims the NZ Open

Going into the final round at the McKayson New Zealand Women's Open Belen Mozo led the event at -15 under par, holding a one-shot lead over Brooke Henderson. After that Brittany Lincicome and Jing Yan were sitting in third place four shots off of the lead.

The final round of the tournament got suspended because of bad weather conditions on the final day due to gale force winds and rain. However, it resumed early Monday morning local time and Brooke Henderson held on to the lead that she built to win the event.

She shot a -3 under 69 to finish at -17 under par, five shots ahead of Jing Yan. Third-round leader Belen Mozo shot a +6 over 78 to finish in a tie for fifth place. This was Henderson's fifth career LPGA Tour victory and second of the season.