Rahm distances himself from Johnson and Finau enters the Top-10

The Basque golfer opens a gap with Dustin Johnson and Colin Morikawa after being third in The Northern Trust, while the Australian sneaks into the Top-10 after his victory.


American golfer Tony Finau rose from box 22 to ninth place in the world golf rankings after his title won this Monday at The Northern Trust tournament in Jersey City (United States) by winning the tiebreaker against Australian Cameron Smith that ended second, followed by the Spanish Jon Rahm who was third in the tournament and remains number one in the world.With this triumph, Finau reached an average of 5.9145 points, with which he displaced his compatriot Patrick Cantlay (5.8775) to the tenth position and approached the eighth place occupied by Brooks Koepka (5.9172) .

In week 34 this was the only change in the top 10 that continues with Rahm in the lead (10.1267), escorted by the Americans Dustin Johnson (8.7052), Collin Morikawa (8.5428), Xander Schauffele (7.4057), Justin Thomas (7.1011) ) and Bryson Dechambeau (6.2850) .

South African Louis Oosthuizen occupies the seventh place (6.2044) and is next to Rahm, the only non-American player in this list of the best ten, while the Mexican Abraham Ancer who the previous week was placed eleventh now is in the position number 13.

The Chilean Joaquín Niemann is the next Latin American on this list by occupying box 28, one below the one he presented last week. The Spanish Sergio García dropped two places and is now 55, the Mexican Carlos Ortiz rose one place and is now 60, closely followed by the Colombian Sebastián Muñoz who rose two positions and is now 64 of this ranking.

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