The Spanish Jon Rahm continues in second place in the world golf ranking behind the American Scottie Scheffler, while the Australian Cameron Smith removes Collin Morikawa from the podium and Justin Thomas moves up to fifth place after winning the PGA Championship in Tulsa.
Scheffler, who did not make the cut, accumulates an average of 9.65 points, compared to Rahm’s 7.95forty-eighth in Southern Hills, and Smith’s 7.42, thirteenth in the second major of the season.
Thomas progresses four places after obtaining the second ‘major’ of his career by beating Will Zalatoris in the tiebreaker, who goes from thirtieth to fourteenth place, just ahead of Englishman Matt Fitzpatrick, fifth this Sunday.
The Chilean Mito Pereira, who lost the victory in Tulsa due to an error in the first shot of the last hole, when it was enough for him to make par and he finished third, It goes from position 100 to 49 in the most spectacular progression.
Sergio García is the second Spaniard on the list. He missed the cut at the PGA Championship and drops from 47th to 51st, while Adri Arnaus, 30th in Tulsa, improves one position and is now 55th.
The other Spanish participant this weekend, Pablo Larrazabal couldn’t make it to the weekend either, but maintains its 70th place.