This past week in golf saw both the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour head overseas for their events. The PGA Tour went out to Jeju Island, South Korea for the inaugural event of The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges. Meanwhile, the LPGA Tour was in New Taipei City, Taiwan for the Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship. On the European Tour, the Andalucia Valderrama Masters was taking place in Sotogrande, San Roque in southern Spain.

Justin Thomas continues winning ways

Going into the final round at The CJ Cup @ Nine Bridges, Scott Brown and Justin Thomas were tied for the lead at 9-under-par, with a pack of players just behind them.

Anirban Lahiri and Marc Leishman were both two-shots back of the lead, while Lucas Glover, Whee Kim, and Cameron Smith were three-shots behind.

Smith shot 2-under-par, finishing the day with the clubhouse lead at 8-under-par. He did not hold that for long, as his playing partner Leishman made birdie on the last hole to finish at 9-under after having bogeyed the 17th. This left Thomas, who had also bogeyed the 17th, needing a birdie on the 18th to force a sudden death-playoff playoff.

Both men made par replaying the 18th to force a second playoff hole. They then replaced the 18th, as Thomas prevailed by making birdie while Leishman bogeyed after finding the water. This win officially wraps up an amazing year for the 24-year-old.

Since winning the CIMB Classic last October 23rd, Thomas has won six PGA Tour events, including the 99th PGA Championship, while also winning the FedEx Cup and being named Player of the Year.

Garcia wins again on home soil

Entering the last day at the Andalucia Valderrama Masters, tournament host Sergio Garcia held a one-shot lead over Daniel Brooks at 8-under-par.

Joost Luiten was in solo third at 6-under, with Scott Jamieson and Jamie Donaldson one-shot behind him. Interestingly enough, Garcia was awarded Honorary Life Membership of the European Tour on Saturday.

The event ended up being a two-man race between Garcia and Luiten. Luiten shot a 5-under 66 on the day, to get into the clubhouse at 11-under-par.

However, Sergio birdie the 17th to enter the final hole with a one-shot lead and made par to finish at 12-under with a 67 for the day. This gave Garcia his 14th win on the European Tour and it was the sixth time he has won on home soil.

Eun-Hee Ji wins for the first time in eight years

Eun-Hee Ji held a massive led going into Sunday following the third round of the Swinging Skirts LPGA Taiwan Championship. She was at 10-under-par, six shots ahead of Lydia Ko and Jenny Shin. Ji did not let up on the final day either as she shot a 7-under-par 65. She finished the tournament at 17-under par, five shots ahead of Ko. This is the third time the 31-year-old has won on the LPGA Tour. It was also her first win of any kind since won the U.S.

Women's Open on July 12th, 2009.