Rahm still on the prowl for Dustin Johnson ahead of US Open

The Spanish golfer remains in the second position of the classification after Dustin Johnson after a week in which there have been no changes in the Top-10.


The Spanish Jon Rahm remains in the second in the world golf rankings, after the American Dustin Johnson, in a week in which there are no changes in the 'Top 10' after the absence of relevant tournaments in the United States, the most scored.

In fact, the highest scoring tournament last week was the Safeway Open which gave 26 points to the winner, American Stewart Cink, while the Portuguese Open, of the European Tour, awarded 24 points to South African George Coetzee.

Cink gains 168 places, going from 319 to 151 today, while Coetzee gains 62, going from 147 to 85.

After Rahm, the best Latin American player in the classification is the Mexican Abraham Ancer who is in 23rd place, followed by the Spanish Sergio García (46), the Chilean Joaquín Niemann (49), the Spanish Rafael Cabrera (71), the Colombian Sebastián J Muñoz (75) and Jorge Campillo (92), also Spanish, as far as the first hundred are concerned.

World Golf Ranking

1. Dustin Johnson (USA) 10.1647 mean points

2. Jon Rahm (ESP) 9.8517

. Justin Thomas (USA) 8.6809

4. Rory McIlroy (IRL) 7.9123

5. Collin Morikawa (USA) 7.6761

6. Webb Simpson (USA) 7.1123

7. Xander Schauffele (USA) 6.4240

8. Brooks Koepka (USA) 6.0917

9. Bryson DeChambeau (USA) 5.8846

10. Patrick Reed (USA) 5.7893


23. Abraham Ancer (MEX) 3.8709

46. Sergio García (ESP) 2.4181

49. Joaquón Niemann (CHI) 2.3272

71. Rafa Cabrera (ESP) 1.9181

75. Sebastián J. Muñoz (COL) 1.8415

92. Jorge Campillo (ESP) 1.5406.

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