World Golf Ranking: Scheffler Remains Number One, Kohles Climbs Into the Top 100

World Golf Ranking: Scheffler Remains Number One, Kohles Climbs Into the Top 100

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Scottie Scheffler and Ben Kohles in the World Golf Ranking. (Photos: Getty)

At the summit of the World Golf Ranking, Scottie Scheffler of the USA retains his number one position, continuing his firm hold on the lead. Fellow American Wyndham Clark remains at number three, maintaining his presence in the upper echelon of the rankings. Both players have shown consistency, keeping their standings intact from the previous week.

World Golf Ranking: American dominance, Kohles with a big leap

In the second tier of top American golfers, Xander Schauffele holds steady at number four, Patrick Cantlay at number eight, and Brian Harman at number nine, all preserving their positions from the previous week, indicating a stable performance among the leading American contenders in the World Golf Ranking. Max Homa completes the US American dominance in the Top-Ten at position ten.

There is also good news for one US player at the end of the top 100 players in the World Golf Ranking. After Ben Kohles finished second behind Canada’s Taylor Pendrith at THE CJ CUP Byron Nelson on the PGA, the 34-year-old climbed from 139th to a career-best 82nd place.

The World Golf Ranking narratives continue to evolve with shifts at the top. Rory McIlroy from Northern Ireland, a perennial figure in elite golf, is stationed at number two, a spot he has successfully defended from the prior week. Jon Rahm of Spain, at number five, and Viktor Hovland from Norway, ranked at number seven, contribute to the diverse international contingent in the upper ranks, reflecting the global competitiveness of the sport.

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