This is the world ranking after the BMW Championship

We review how the world golf ranking is after the dispute of the BMW Championship of the FedEx Cup, with victory for Jon Rahm ahead of Dustin Johnson.


The American Dustin Johnson continues to lead in the world golf rankings for another week, despite losing in the tiebreaker of the BMW Championship, corresponding to the FedEx Cup play-offs, against the Spanish Jon Rahm, who is second in that same table

Johnson, who gained the lead last week, remains at the top of the table with 9.9592 after having played a total of 45 tournaments, while the young Biscayan Jon Rahm is second in that same classification with 52 tournaments played and a total from 9.8709.

Third place on that podium after 35 weeks goes to another American, Justin Thomas, who has a total of 8.3379 points, ahead of Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy, who in 49 tournaments has added 7.8647 points.

The only non-American to also make the top ten is Australian Adam Scott, who has gained one position this weekend by scoring 5.4231 points.

The Spanish Sergio García occupies the forty-fourth place with a total of 2.4637 points after 52 tournaments played.

World ranking after week 35

1. Dustin Johnson (USA) 9.9592 mean points

2. Jon Rahm (ESP) 9.8709

. Justin Thomas (USA) 8.3379

4. Rory McIlroy (IRL) 7.8647

5. Collin Morikawa (USA) 7.5309

6. Webb Simpson (USA) 7.0346

7. Brooks Koepka (USA) 6.1367

8. Bryson DeChambeau (USA) 6.0243

9. Patrick Reed (USA 5.7633

10. Adam Scott (USA) 5.4231


44. Sergio Garcia (ESP) 2.4637

68. Rafa Cabrera Bello (ESP) 2.0214.

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