World ranking: Ram rose to fourth Canterley sixthSimon Chang
After Joan Ram was successfully defending the Spanish Open, the world rankings went up again. Although Patrick Canterley did not win the championship, the world ranking also rose by one. Zhang Xinjun’s world ranking continues to climb and has already reached 126.
Joan Ram defeated Spanish compatriot Rafael Cabrera Bello by five shots at the Villa Villa Country Club in Madrid to win the fifth European Tour. He therefore received 250,000 euros (about 1.96 million yuan), 460 Dubai competition points and 24 world points. Joan Ram’s Dubai competition ranked ahead of British Open champion Shane Lowry and rose to the top with a total of 3898.3 points. In terms of world rankings, Joan Ram has surpassed Justin Rose to rise from fifth to fourth. This is also the first time the Spanish teenager has entered the top four since June 2018.
Wu Ashun was tied for the 30th place in this race and did not receive world points. Li Wutong was eliminated.
Among the top ten players in the world, Patrick Cantery also rose one, swapping positions with Justin Thomas and climbing to sixth place. Patrick Cantery lost to Luo Xiangyu in the playoff of the Brotherhood Children’s Hospital Open, winning a second place with a 32.4 points.
After the defending champion of the event, Bryson Deschamps, tied for the fourth with 13.32 points, the world ranking rose from tenth to eighth.
Here are the top ten players in the new world: (1) Brooks-Copca, (2) McIlroy, (3) Dustin-Johnson, (4) Joan Ram, (5) Justin Rose, ( 6) Patrick Canterley, (7) Justin-Thomas, (8) Bryson Deschamp, (9) Tiger Woods, (10) Zander-Xeofele.
Luo Xiangyu won the fourth PGA Tour victory at TPC Samlin’s second Gabon, winning 500 FedEx Cup points, $1.26 million (about RMB 9.01 million) and 54 World Points. Luo Xiangyu’s points ranking rose from 48 to 2, a total of 553 points. At the same time, his bonus ranking also rose to second place, totaling 1,389,375 US dollars (about 9.93 million yuan).
This is the third PGA Tour victory won by Luo Xiangyu in 30 races. It is also the second victory in 2019. His world ranking has risen from 40 to 24.
Zhang Xinjun won the second top 20 in Las Vegas: tied for 16th, getting 52 FedEx Cup points, $117,250 (about RMB 840,000) and 4.73 points. Zhang Xinjun’s points increased from 28 to 21, with a total of 142 points; the bonus ranking increased from 28 to 24, totaling 339,450 US dollars (about 2.43 million yuan). In addition, his world ranking rose from 133 to 126, only two from his career peak 124.
South Africa’s Shaun Norris won the championship on the Japanese Tour’s “Fengfeng Cup” East China Sea Classic. This is his fourth day tour victory, which won 22 million yen (about 1.47 million yuan) and 16 world points, and its daily tour bonus ranking rose to eighth place, totaling 45,673,582 yen (about RMB 3.04 million), and its world ranking rose from 150 to 115.
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