After winning the European flagship flagship on Sunday, England’s Danny Willett’s world rankings continue to rise, currently at 31. Wu Ashun and Li Wutong advanced in this race and also won world points.
After winning the Masters in 2016, Danny Willett reached the ninth place in the world’s highest ranking, but has been confronted with a bad state. After being eliminated in this tournament last year, his world ranking slipped to 462. Bit. But six months later, he won the DP World Tour Championship, so that before the event, the world rankings have returned to the top 40.
On Wentworth’s Sunday, Danny Willett competed with Joan Ram, and eventually won the BMW European Championship by three shots, the second Rolex series won by the English. With 64 points of this victory, Danny Willett’s world ranking jumped 27 places to 31. This is his highest ranking since June 2017.
Danny Willett also received 1,056,662 euros (about 8.27 million yuan) and 1165 Dubai competition points. His Dubai competition ranked up to ninth with a total of 1795.1 points.
Speaking of the Dubai competition, Spain’s Joan Ram scored 780 points and scored 3438.3 points, ranking second in the standings, only 26.7 points less than the leader Shane Lowry.
Joan Ram scored another 38.4 points and the world ranking exchanged with Justin Thomas, climbing to fifth place.
Justin Rose was alone in eighth place with 10.24 points; McIlroy bounced back from a bad start (76) and tied for ninth place with 9.28 points; however, their world rankings remained unchanged.
In Wentworth, Wu Ashun tied for 41 places and scored 2.048 points, and the world ranking rose from 319 to 305. Li Wutong was tied for 51, earning 1.37667 points and maintaining the world ranking at 52.
On the PGA Tour, Colombia’s 26-year-old Sebastian Munoz caught the bird in the final hole of the race, forced the Sanderson Farm Championship into the playoffs, and then added the first one. Dong Baopa, defeated Ren Chengzai and won the first victory of the PGA Tour.
Sebastian Mulhouse won 500 FedEx points, plus last week in the Green Rose Classic, and now leads the FedEx Cup standings with a total score of 585 points. In addition, he won the first prize in the money list because he won the championship prize of 1.188 million US dollars (about 8.44 million yuan), the total prize money of 1,423,625 US dollars (about 10.12 million yuan).
Sebastian Mulhouse also scored 26 points for this victory, and the world ranking rose by 71 to 108.
Although he did not win the championship, Ren Chengzai still won the personal best place runner-up and rose to the third place in the standings, totaling 343 points. Ren Chengzai is a well-known steel man. He played 35 races last season and won a total of seven top ten. After getting 15.6 points at the Jackson Country Club, the world ranking rose by seven to 47. Another Korean player, An Bingxun, took the lead with 36 holes and was competitive on Sunday. He eventually won the third place. This is the last five races. He won the second third place in the Wyndham Championship, he from 54 The leading position of the hole slipped to the third place. He scored 10.4 points for this good ranking and the world ranking rose from 48 to 46.
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