After winning the RBC Heritage in his rookie season, Wesley Bryan moves into his highest ever world ranking of 37th, from 73rd, just two months after breaking into the top 100.
Luke Donald was unable to end his so-close-but-so-far run of six top three finishes in 11 starts at Harbour Town Golf Links, coming second yet again, but does take a healthy rise from 96th to 69th.
Rookie Ollie Schniederjans earned a career best finish of tied third at the RBC Heritage and comes perilously close to the top century up from 136th to 102nd. In 103rd, JJ Spaun also comes close from 120th having finished tied sixth at the weekend.
In tied third with Schniederjans was William McGirt and Patrick Cantlay. McGirt solidifies his place inside the top 50 jumping six places to 44th. Cantlay made his fourth start this season, in which he’s had two top threes, and moves from 214th to 131st.
Edoardo Molinari won the Trophee Hassan II for his first victory since 2010 and takes a colossal rise from 611th to 245th. Without a top tier tour win to his name, Paul Dunne lost out to Molinari in a play-off and moves to his highest ever ranking, up 85 places to 156th. Paul Waring missed out of the play-off by one shot but does move up through two centuries to 267th.
A week after his tied ninth finish at the Masters, Adam Scott rejoins the world’s top 10 – up from 11th – and replaces Justin Thomas. Ryan Moore was also tied ninth at Augusta and this week moves from 33rd to 28th.
Inside the top 20 there’s one place hops for Phil Mickelson to 19th and Paul Casey to 14th; while Sunghoon Kang and Victor Dubuisson, 103rd to 96th and 112th to 97th, both move into the top 100 with the former doing so for the first time in his career.
The full, updated, rankings can be found here.