Sunday Trophy Round-up: Crystal Is The New Silver For Bryson At Ridgewood, Henderson In Canada, Pavan At Czech Masters, Parel At Boeing, Streb At Nationwide

All but one of Sunday's tournament winners takes home a piece of crystal for their efforts, starting with Bryson DeChambeau at the 2018 Northern Trust where he is turning this season into something very special in his young career, writes David Dusek for Golfweek.

The lone non-crystal trophy goes to the week's best sentimental champ, as Brooke Henderson becomes the first Canadian in 45 years to win her nation's CP Open, writes Golfweek's Beth Ann Nichols. But she did get this spectacular memory:

This win's for you, Canada 🍁🍁 #CPWO

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Andrea Pavan took the Czech Masters on the European Tour where the crystal budget dried up and sent him home with this high-end doorstop:

Scott Parel won the PGA Tour Champions Boeing Classic and with it a bomber's jacket, a crystal globe and the photographic evidence yet that all white belts must go. 

HUGE congratulations to Scott Parel on his first @pgatourchampions victory! 🏆

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And Robert Streb kicked off the Tour playoffs with a win in the Nationwide Children's Charity Classic.