Golf World Men’s Ranking: Top 10 remains unchanged

The new men’s world golf rankings came out on August 16, Asia time, and the top 10 men’s positions did not change. The order of the world top 10 has not changed and is listed as follows. The men’s world top 10 positions are the same as last week, namely.


(1) Joan Rahm.

Joan Rahm

(2) Dustin Johnson, (3)


(3) Colin Morikawa.


(4) Zander Schoefele, (5) Justin Thomas


(5) Justin Thomas


(6) Bryson DeChambeau.


(7) Louis Ushiojin.


(8) Brooks Koepka.


(9) Patrick Cantlay


(10) Harris Inglis.


Kevin Kisner won his fourth career US Tour title in a tournament-record six-player extra holes at the Wyndham Championship in the US Tour finale. Special note: He had never won in his previous five extra holes matches. The American golfer also moved up to 34th in the latest world rankings from 52nd. Kevin Kisner moved up to 34th in the world rankings after winning the Wyndham Championship. After the Olympics and the World Championships-FedEx St. Jude Invitational, most of the world’s best have chosen to take a week off in anticipation of the start of the playoffs.


The European Tour’s Kazoo Classic concluded at London Golf Club with 26-year-old Scottish player Callum Hill winning his first European Tour title with a narrow 16-under-par total of 272 and a one-stroke lead. The new world ranking also saw Hill break into the top 100 from 150th to rank 97th.