World Ranking: Thomas rose to 4th Woods and dropped to 10Simon Chang
American Justin Thomas won the second place in the Chelsea Cup for three years. This is his second victory in four races and his world ranking rose to fourth place.
Former World No. 1 Justin Thomas defeated South Korean-born New Zealand player Li Zhenming in Jiuqiao, Jeju, and won his 11th PGA Tour, earning 500 FedEx Cup points, $1.755 million and 52 world points. The position rose to the third place with a total of 615 points; the bonus ranking rose from 37 to the first place, totaling $2,032,750.
This is Justin-Thomas’ fourth consecutive top ten, and the world ranking has risen from fifth to fourth.
Li Zhenming won the fourth runner-up in his career and scored 31.2 points. The world rankings rushed to the top 100, rising from 162 to 97.
Japanese player Matsuyama Hideki won the best ranking of the season: T3, with 16.29333 points, and the world ranking rose from 31 to 27.
Jordan Spice has tied for the eighth with 7.54 points, and the world ranking has risen by one place, which is at 37 this week. After Mickelson was tied for 31, the world ranking fell by 3, just stuck in 50. Mickelson is not ready to participate in this week’s ZOZO Championship, and has never fallen out of the top 50 since 1993.
The top ten rankings in the world are: (1) Brooks-Copca, (2) McIlroy, (3) Dustin-Johnson, (4) Justin-Thomas, (5) Joan-Ram, (6) Patrick – Canterley, (7) Justin Rose, (8) Xander Schauffele, (9) Bryson DeChambeau, (10) Tiger Woods.
It is worth noting that the Woods World Ranking, which is coming back this week, has slipped to tenth.
Belgian Nicolas Colsaerts beat Joachim Hansen to win the French Open and ended the seven-year championship drought with 460 Dubai tournament points, 266,660 euros. With 24 world points, its Dubai competition ranked 51st, climbing to 53, and the world ranking rose from 424 to 196.
Joshim Hansen scored 14.4 points and the world ranking rose from 206 to 155.
Wu Ashun successfully promoted, but unfortunately the weekend performance was not satisfactory, and he was tied for 73, and did not receive world points.
The Japan Tour is the Grand Slam Japanese Open. Jin Can reversed eight shots at the Koga Golf Club in Fukuoka Prefecture, achieving the fourth victory of the Japanese Tour and winning 42 million yen for the Champion Cheque. Jin Can has accumulated a prize of 93,135,632 yen this season, surpassing Jinping Zhou Wu to rise to the first place. He also scored another 32 points, and the world ranking rose from 151 to 75.
Liang Wenchong was tied for 46th place and did not receive world points.
In the Hainan Open, Francesco Laporta won the championship with 13 points and the world ranking rose from 239 to 166.
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