The Spanish golfer Jon Rahm, who was part of the European team this weekend at the Ryder Cup, completed fifteen weeks in first place in the world
The Spanish golfer Jon Rahm, who was part of the European team this weekend at the Ryder Cup, completed fifteen weeks in first place in the world golf rankings He leads with an average of 10.55 points, followed by Americans Dustin Johnson (8.73) and Collin Morikawa (8.05).
For week 39 of this ranking, North Americans Patrick Cantlay, Xander Schaufelle, Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau and South African Louis Oosthuizen complete a top 10 that only had one change starring Brooks Koepka who placed ninth and moved Tony Finau to tenth place.
The Mexican Abraham Ancer continues as the best Latin American by placing himself in the twelfth box, followed by the Chilean Joaquín Niemann (30), the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz (70), the Mexican Carlos Ortiz (71), the Argentine Emiliano Grillo (77) and the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vargas (88).
The other Spaniards in the top 100 are Sergio García who retains position 43 and Santiago Tarrio Ben who climbed from box 92 to 87.