Rickie Fowler fell three shots shy of the title at the Memorial Tournament but he does move back into the world’s top 10 with a jump of three places to ninth after finishing tied second.
The 28-year-old has hovered around the top 10 for the past eight months and it’s the fourth time he has move in or out in that time period.
The winner at Muirfield Village Golf Club, Jason Dufner, moves inside the top 50 for the first time since March 2015 with a move to 27th from 65th. Anirban Lahiri started the day 10 shots back yesterday but, thanks to a final round of 65, climbed to tied second with Fowler and boosts his world ranking from 90th to 65th.Embed from Getty Images
Justin Thomas went well with a top five finish but takes no movements of his own and remains 13th in the world; whilst his tied fourth counterpart – Matt Kuchar – is up to 15th from 18th.
After his win at the Dean & Deluca Invitational the week prior, Kevin Kisner continued his form with a tied sixth finish at the weekend and rises back towards his highest ranking of 14th, up to 19th from 22nd. Bubba Watson, James Hahn and Kyle Stanley all joined Kisner in tied sixth; the former remains in 34th whilst Hahn moves to 64th from 73rd and Stanley is up 29 places and inside the top 100 to 92nd.Embed from Getty Images
Daniel Summerhays was the 54-hole leader but capitulated with a final round 78 and finished tied 10th; he rises 10 places to 87th whilst his fellow tied 10th finisher Jamie Lovemark is inside the top 100 at 93rd.
On the European Tour, Renato Paratore won his first professional title at the Nordea Masters and halves his world ranking to 131st from 272nd. English duo Matthew Fitpatrick, 40th to 35th, and Chris Wood, 68th to 60th, finished tied second behind Paratore and both take rises. Thorbjørn Olesen came close to winning his fifth European Tour title in tied fourth but he does rises from 96th to 86th.Embed from Getty Images
The full, updated, rankings can be found here.