Anser, who won the Asian Tour, jumps to 26th in the world rankings

Correspondent Hoon Kwon = Abraham Anser (Mexico), whose world rankings have been slipping ever since joining LIV Golf, benefited greatly from winning the Asian Professional Golf Tour.

Anser ranked 26th in the weekly world ranking announced on the 7th. It jumped 11 places from the 37th place last week.

Anser won the Asian Professional Golf Tour PIF Saudi International, which ended on the 5th. 온라인바카라

Although the PIF Saudi International is an Asian Tour tournament, it has high ranking points as a large number of famous players participate with a total prize of 5 million dollars.

Anser, who won one victory on the PGA Tour, once climbed to 11th in the world rankings, but after moving to LIV Golf last year, his ranking went downhill with little opportunity to receive ranking points.

Justin Rose (England), who won the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for the first time in four years, jumped from 71st to 35th.

Rose, who also rose to No. 1 in the world rankings in 2019, re-entered the top 50 in about a year after being pushed out of the world rankings in February last year.

Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), Scottie Scheffler (USA), John Rahm (Spain), Cameron Smith (Australia), Patrick Cantlay, Xander Chopley, Colin Morikawa, Will Jaratoris, Justin Thomas (USA), Matt Patz There is no change in the top 10, including Patrick (England).

Kim Joo-hyung (21) in 14th, Lim Seong-jae (25) in 18th, and Kim Si-woo (28) in 42nd almost kept their place.

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