The Spanish Jon Rahm remains at the top of the world golf list, which has led for 12 weeks, and on the podium there is a change of positions with
The Spanish Jon Rahm remains at the top of the world golf list, which has led for 12 weeks, and on the podium there is a change of positions with the Americans Collin Morikawa, now second, and Dustin Johnson, third. The American Tony Finau enters the top 10 to the detriment of his compatriot Brooks Koepka; and the Japanese Hideki Matsuyama, winner of the Zozo championship, gains 7 positions to settle in 12th place.
The Mexican Abraham Ancer continues as the best Latin American by placing himself in the fourteenth box, losing two places, followed by the Chilean Joaquín Niemann (30), the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz (67, gaining 8 places), the Argentine Emiliano Grillo (75, loses 4), the Mexican Carlos Ortiz (77, loses 7), the Venezuelan Jhonattan Vargas (87, loses 6) and the Chilean Guillermo Mito Pereira (90, loses 1). The other Spaniards in the top 100 are Sergio García, ranked 44, and Santiago Tarrío in 98, wins 2.