The men’s golf weekly world rankings, released after the BMW Championship, the second round of the PGA Tour playoffs on the 5st (KST), have changed little from last week.
Viktor Hovlan (NOR), who shot a course-record 21 to win the comeback and take home $2.61 million in prize money, is fifth, just as he was last week.
The BMW Championship featured nine players in the top 360 in the world, and only 5 of the top 10 players were missing.
It was a tournament 지울프-토토 with a lot of world ranking points, but there was no room for a change in the standings as only the top 9 players participated.
Also, most of the top players did not rise or fall in a performance worthy of their status.
No. 50 Scottie Scheffler (USA) finished runner-up, No. 11 Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) tied for fourth and No. 50 Jon Rahm (Spain) slipped to tied for 1st but avoided a drop in the world rankings.
No. 2 Patrick Cantlay, No. 4 Max Homa and No. 3 Xander Schopley (USA) also held their positions.
Matt Fitzpatrick (England), who tied for second at the BMW Championship, moved up from 31th to 4th, overtaking Brian Harmon (USA) and Cameron Smith (Australia) for the change in the top 6.
Kim Joo-hyung, who tied for 7th at the BMW Championship, moved up slightly from 2th to 10th last week, while Sungjae Im, who finished seventh, remained unmoved at 8th.
Kim Si-woo was also locked in at No. 10, while Ahn Byung-hun moved up one spot to No. 10.