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World Golf Ranking: Scottie Scheffler Extends his Lead Further

In the latest World Golf Ranking, Scottie Scheffler and Xander Schauffele maintain their positions as the top American golfers.

The World Golf Ranking has seen some notable shifts among American players this week. Scottie Scheffler remains at the top of the American contingent, holding firm at the number one position in the global rankings with an unchanged spot from last week. His average point score continues to lead, keeping him well ahead in the rankings. Xander Schauffele also retains his position, staying at number three in the World Golf Ranking, with no change from the previous week. Schauffele’s consistent performance is reflected in his stable rank and point score.

Other top Americans in the World Golf Ranking

Wyndham Clark remains at number five in the World Golf Ranking, reflecting no change from last week. His average point score supports his strong position among the world’s best. Collin Morikawa is stable at number seven, maintaining his rank with his consistent performance. Patrick Cantlay holds steady at number eight, ensuring his place in the top tier of world golf. Meanwhile, Bryson DeChambeau climbs one spot to number nine, indicating a positive movement in his ranking this week.

Top 10 in the World Golf Ranking

The current top player in the World Golf Ranking remains Scottie Scheffler, solidifying his dominance. Rory McIlroy from Northern Ireland stays in the second position. Xander Schauffele, as mentioned, ranks third. Sweden’s Ludvig Aberg stands at fourth, while American Wyndham Clark holds the fifth position. Norway’s Viktor Hovland and Collin Morikawa of the USA are at sixth and seventh, respectively. Patrick Cantlay, another American, is in the eighth spot. Bryson DeChambeau makes his way into the ninth position, pushing Jon Rahm of Spain to the tenth spot.

Ranking Last Week Ranking Player Name
1 1 Scottie Scheffler
3 3 Xander Schauffele
5 5 Wyndham Clark
7 7 Collin Morikawa
8 8 Patrick Cantlay