Kim Si-woo climbed 6 places in the world rankings to 36th… 1st win in 5 years, Jason Day 20th

Kim Si-woo, who finished runner-up at AT&T Byron Nelson on the PGA Tour, also raised the world rankings.

Kim Si-woo scored 2.4647 points in the men’s golf world rankings announced on the 15th (Korean time). He was named 36th, up 6 places from 42nd the previous week.메이저놀이터

Kim Si-woo tied for second place with a final total of 22 under par 262 at the AT&T Byron Nelson PGA Tour, which ended that day, one stroke behind Jason Day. It is the best result since winning the Sony Open in January.

Kim Si-woo, who was ranked 82nd in the world rankings last week last week, showed a good performance this year and climbed more than 40 places in 5 months.

Day, who reached the summit of Byron Nelson, jumped 15 places to 20th in the world rankings. Day lifted his 13th PGA Tour career trophy five years after the Wells Fargo Championship in May 2018.

Day also rose to No. 1 in the men’s golf world rankings in early 2017. However, after 2018, it fell into a slump and was pushed out of the top 100. Day, who was ranked 112th at the start of the year, began to rebound and announced a revival by winning this event.

Im Seong-jae, who won the Korean Tour Woori Financial Championship, which ended on the 14th, maintained the same 18th place as last week. Kim Joo-hyung also kept 19th place, and Lee Kyung-hoon marked 42nd place, rising 2 steps.

Jon Rahm kept the world number one for six weeks, while Scotty Scheffler and Rory McIlroy took second and third place.

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