After just one week, Henrik Stenson loses his third place spot to Dustin Johnson who reclaims a place in the top trio, after the latter finished third at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Winner of the same event, Jordan Spieth, is unmoved in sixth despite claiming his ninth PGA Tour victory.Embed from Getty Images
Kelly Kraft earned his best career finish in a major tour event behind Spieth in second and claims a rise of over 200 places from 387th to 171st.
Brandt Snedeker finished in fourth and takes a small bump up to 24th from 27th. Jon Rahm’s impressive streak continued with a tied fifth finish and moves five places to 37th. Jason Day finished alongside Rahm in fifth but there’s nowhere up from first for the Australian. There’s big rises for inconsidered 10 finishers Seungyul Noh, Rob Oppenheim and Mackenzie Hughes who rise to 294th, 349th and 110th respectively.
Masters champion Danny Willett took a three-shot lead into the final round of the Maybank Championship Malaysia on the European Tour but faltered with a 73 allowing Fabrizio Zanotti’s 63 to earn him a victory. Willett does make positive movement in the rankings for the first time since October with a two place jump to 13th whilst Zanotti soars into the top 100 at 86th from 187th. Having finished fourth, Alexander Levy also breaks the top century at 99th from 113th.Embed from Getty Images
The winner of the web.com Tour’s Club Colombia Championship by Servientrega, Ethan Tracy, boosts his ranking by just shy of 1000 places with a move from 1343th to 448th. Dimi Papadatos jumps from 986th to 371st with a win at the Oates Vic Open on the PGA Tour Australia and on the ProGolf Tour Robbie Van West won The Tony Jacklin Open and moves 316 places to 711th.
The full, updated, rankings can be found here.