Scottie Sheffler keeps leading the world ranking with 6 American players inside the top 10. Jon Rahm, former world number one in golf, fell below the top-5 this week, something that had not happened for three years, in a list whose first four positions continue to be occupied by the American Scottie Scheffler, the Australian Cameron Smith, the Northern Irishman Rory Mcllroy (8.30) and also American Patrick Cantlay.
Rahm gives up fifth place to another American, Xander Schauffele, who has an average score of 7.3015 compared to 7.2610 for the Spaniard. The United States continues to dominate the world rankings, with the leader and five other players in the top ten and a total of twelve in the top-20.
The Chilean Joaquin Niemann remains in 19th place and is the only Latin American among the top 20, while the Mexican Abraham Ancer gives up one position and appears in 23th.