PGA Tour: RBC Canadian Open
Hamilton Golf & Country Club, Ontario, May 30 – June 2

Robert MacIntyre achieved a significant milestone by securing his first PGA Tour victory at the RBC Canadian Open, with his father, Dougie, as his caddie. The Ryder Cup player triumphed by one stroke over Ben Griffin, fulfilling a lifelong dream.

“This is surreal. I can’t believe it,” said MacIntyre. “Playing golf for a living has always been my dream, and winning on the PGA Tour was the ultimate goal. To do this with my dad by my side is beyond words. He’s the one who taught me how to play golf.” His father stepped in as caddie on short notice, making the victory even more special.

DP World Tour: European Open
Green Eagle Golf Courses, Winsen, May 30 – June 2

Laurie Canter ended a 13-year wait for his first professional title by winning the European Open. The 34-year-old Brit, who has over 200 professional starts to his name, led the final day in challenging conditions, holding off strong performances from Bernd Wiesberger and Thriston Lawrence.

“It’s fantastic, but it will take some time to sink in. This isn’t just any victory; it’s something I’ll remember for the rest of my life,” an emotional Canter said after his final round of 72 (-1). Jannik De Bruyn was the top German finisher.

US Women’s Open
Lancaster Country Club, Pennsylvania, May 30 – June 2

The final round of the US Women’s Open unfolded as anticipated, with high scores and few low ones. The leaders at the start of the day struggled to maintain their form. Major champion Minjee Lee, Solheim Cup star Andrea Lee, and Thai qualifier Wichanee Meechai all fell short of their previous performances.

Yuka Saso, however, claimed her second US Women’s Open title. The Japanese golfer started strong with an early birdie and, despite a four-putt and double-bogey on the sixth hole, remained unfazed. Saso’s resilience from her 2021 victory at the Olympic Club in San Francisco shone through.

Ladies European Tour: Dormy Open
Allerum Golf Club, Sweden, May 31 – June 2

Helen Briem once again showcased her exceptional talent. The top junior from Germany impressed with an 11th place finish at the Amundi German Masters powered by VcG. She went even further at the Dormy Open.

Briem’s final round was sensational, with nine birdies, including four consecutive ones from the 15th hole, and only one bogey. She posted a clubhouse lead with a 64 (-8). After a tense wait, Perrine Delacour matched her score with two birdies on the final holes, forcing a playoff. The Frenchwoman secured the victory with a birdie on the 18th.