The Basque Jon Rahm remains at the top of the world golf list with a solid advantage, despite not having been able to win in Madrid, and the canar
The Basque Jon Rahm remains at the top of the world golf list with a solid advantage, despite not having been able to win in Madrid, and the canary Rafael Cabrera wins 98 places, from 231 to 133, after his victory at the Country Club in the Spanish capital. No change in the top 10 of the world rankings, Americans Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa flank Rahm on the podium.
The Mexican Abraham Ancer continues as the best Latin American by being in the thirteenth box, losing one place, followed by the Chilean Joaquín Niemann (30), the Mexican Carlos Ortiz (72), the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz (73), the Argentine Emiliano Grillo (75), the Chilean Guillermo Mito Pereira (85) and the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vargas (86).
The other Spaniards in the top 100 are Sergio García, position 45, and Santiago Tarrio in 92. Rafael Cabrera with the 24 points gained with his victory in Madrid wins 98 places going from 231 to 133 and Adri Arnaus, second in the Country Club, goes from 187 to 146.