Pictorial review of the last 30 days from around the world.
Kim Si-Woo, at 21, has become the youngest champion in Players history.
Kim has endorsed his prodigious talent by turning professional back in 2012 and winning the Wyndham Championship last year, but the world No.75 was hardly a general fancy. This season Kim had had rounds of more than 80 three times, missed seven cuts and been forced to withdraw from four events because of injury trouble.
Courtesy of a bogey-free 69 on Sunday which secured a threestroke win at 10 under par, Kim has collected US$1.89m and earned a batch of exemptions which will elevate his career. Going by such a calm approach - Kim made nine straight pars on the back nine on Sunday - further glory awaits.
On a TPC Sawgrass course where anything can go wrong without notice, Kim was the only player to go bogey-free Sunday and closed with a 3-under 69 for a three-shot victory in golf's biggest tournament this side of the majors.