In golf, Norway's Viktor Hovland wins the U.S. PGA Tour's season-ending Tour Championship and secures the FedEx Cup championship trophy, finishing five strokes ahead of the United States' Xander Schauffele.
In golf, American Allisen Corpuz wins the 78th U.S. Women's Open at the Pebble Beach Golf Links in Pebble Beach, California, United States, after firing a three-under 69 to finish on nine under, three shots ahead of England's Charley Hull and South Korea's Jiyai Shin.
In golf, American Wyndham Clark wins the 2023 U.S. Open, his first major championship, after shooting a final-round 70 to finish at 10-under-par and holding off four-time major champion Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland. Clark had never finished better than 75th in a major championship and had missed the cut in his previous two U.S. Opens.
In golf, Linn Grant of Sweden becomes the first female winner on the PGA European Tour following her win in the Scandinavian Mixed. The tournament was co-sanctioned with the Ladies European Tour in 2020.
In golf, 19-year-old Yuka Saso of the Philippines wins this year's championship at the Olympic Club in San Francisco, California, after coming back from two double-bogeys to beat Japan's Nasa Hataoka in the third hole of a sudden death playoff. Saso is the first Filipino player to win a major golf championship and equals South Korea's Inbee Park as the youngest champion of the U.S. Women's Open.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford unveils a three-step reopening plan as the number of COVID-19 cases decline. Golf, tennis, basketball, and other outdoor sports will be allowed to reopen on May 22, but the stay-at-home order will remain in place until June 2.