The 2015 golf season continues to be filled with drama, first timers rising to greatness, and historical milestones being reached on seemingly a weekly basis. That being said, here’s everything you need to know in the world of golf this morning!

1. David Love III became the 3rd oldest playing to ever win on the PGA TOUR, at 51 years 4 months. (Art Wall and Sam Snead were older)

2. Bryson DeChambeau won the U.S. Amateur 7&6 over Derek Bard. Bryson became the 5th player ever to win the NCAA Individual Championship and U.S. Amateur in the same year.

3. Tiger Woods had best best finish in 2 years with a T10 in the Wyndham Championship.

4. Lydia Ko topped Stacy Lewis to win the Canadian Pacific Women’s Open. Lydia is 18 years old!

5. The FedEx Cup Playoffs start this week at Plainfield Country Club for The Barlcays. The top 125 players in FedEx Cup standings qualify.

6. The Wyndham Championship created a major shakeup in the last few spots for the FedEx Cup Playoffs.

7. The 10 man U.S. Walker Cup team has been finalized.

8. Jason Gore, who finished 2nd at the Wyndham Championship, tried to quit golf a couple years back, but was denied the head coaching job at Pepperdine University.

**Bonus – $2500 is up for grabs in the GolfMatch National Challenge, which ends September 9th, so check it out!