Fitzpatrick, 2nd PGA win, ranked 8th in the world… top 10 entry

Matt Fitzpatrick (England), who won his second personal victory in the ‘Special Tournament’ of the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour, entered the top 10 in the world rankings.

Fitzpatrick marked 8th place, up 8 places from 16th place last week, with a ranking point of 5.6348 in the men’s golf world rankings announced on the 17th (Korean time).

Fitzpatrick tied with Jordan Spieth (USA) with a final total of 17 under par 267 strokes at the PGA Tour RBC Heritage (total prize money of 20 million dollars), which ended that day, and won the championship after a third extension.

Fitzpatrick, who enjoyed the joy of winning the first PGA Tour in his life at the US Open in June of last year, won his second title in the ‘Special Tournament’ in 10 months.

As a result, he made a big jump in the world rankings. He, who was ranked 16th until last week, climbed eight places to rank eighth. 8 is Fitzpatrick’s personal best ranking.바카라사이트

Spieth, who unfortunately finished runner-up after an extra-long match, re-entered the top 10 after a long time.

He, who was ranked 15th until last week, moved up six places to 9th. Spieth, who once rose to No. 1 in the world rankings, rose to the top 10 in about a year.

Masters champion Jon Rahm (Spain) maintained first place for two weeks in a row, and Scotty Scheffler (USA) maintained second place.

Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), who was criticized for not participating in RBC Heritage, also kept his third place in the world rankings.

After that, Patrick Cantley (USA) took 4th place, and Zander Chopley (USA) moved up a notch to swap places with Cameron Smith (Australia) of LIV Golf.

Smith fell to 6th, and Max Horma (USA) is 7th. Will Zalatoris fell two places to 10th, behind Fitzpatrick and Spieth.

Lim Seong-jae (25, CJ Logistics), who tied for 7th place at the RBC Heritage, maintained the same 17th place as last week, and Kim Joo-hyung (21, Nike Golf), who missed the cut in the same tournament, also placed 19th.

Kim Si-woo (28, CJ Logistics) maintained 40th place, and Lee Gyeong-hoon (32, CJ Logistics) fell one notch to 43rd.

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