Rose, who accepted the PGA Tour in 4 years, jumped 36 places in the world rankings

Justin Rose (England), who added a championship trophy for the first time in four years at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am of the PGA Tour, has greatly improved his ranking in the men’s golf world rankings.

Rose ranked 35th with an average ranking point of 2.3474 in the men’s golf weekly world rankings announced on the 7th (Korean time). It has risen 36 places from 71st last week.

Previously, he recorded a final total of 18 under par 269 strokes at the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am (total prize money of 9 million dollars), which ended at Pebble Beach Golf Links (par 72, 6972 yards) in California, USA on the morning of the same day, resulting in Brandon Todd and Brandon Wu (above). The U.S.) and the tied second place group were beaten by three strokes to reach the top. After winning the Farmers Insurance Open in January 2019, he won his 11th career victory in four years. His winning prize is 1.62 million dollars (about 2 billion won).

He joined the PGA Tour in 2004 and once rose to No. 1 in the world rankings, and won a gold medal at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, but has been in a slump since 2020 when he turned 40 and has not won either the PGA Tour or the DP World Tour. While adding trophies after a long time, the ranking, which had fallen to 76th as of the end of last year, is also rebounding. Rose cheered, saying, “It’s been a long time since I won,” and “It was an incredible week from the beginning to the end of the tournament.”

Abraham Anser (Mexico), who won the season opener of the Asian Professional Golf Tour, also rose to 26th in the weekly world rankings with an average ranking point of 2.7409. The ranking has risen 11 places from 37th last week. 안전놀이터

He reached the top with 19 under par 261 at the Asian Professional Golf Tour PIF Saudi International, which ended on the 5th at the Royal Greens Golf & Country Club (par 70, 7048 yards) in King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia. PIF Saudi International is an Asian tour event, but the total prize money is 5 million dollars, and many famous players participate, so the ranking points are high.

Anser won one win on the PGA Tour and was once ranked 11th in the world, but his ranking fell after moving to LIV Golf, sponsored by Saudi Arabian capital last year. This is because ranking points are not given for LIV golf.

Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), Scotty Scheffler (USA), John Rahm (Spain), Cameron Smith (Australia), Patrick Cantlay, Xander Chopley, Colin Morikawa, Will Jaratoris, Justin Thomas (USA), Matt The top 10, including Patspatrick (England), did not change their ranking. Among Korean players, Kim Joo-hyeong (21) was 14th and Im Seong-jae (25) 18th, keeping their place, while Lee Gyeong-hoon (32) and Kim Si-woo (28) were ranked 41st and 42nd, respectively, down one notch.

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