Kirk, who won the Honda Classic, ranked 32nd in the world… Joohyung Kim 15th

Chris Kirk, who reached the top of the PGA Tour Honda Classic, was ranked 32nd in the men’s golf world rankings.

Kirk scored 2.4898 points in the men’s golf world rankings announced on the 27th (Korean time). He moved up 15 spots from 47 last week to 32nd. Kirk tied Eric Cole with a final total of 14-under 266 at the PGA Tour Honda Classic, which ended that day, and then birdied the first hole and won the championship.

Kirk, who had turned pro in 2007, took his first win at the 2011 Viking Classic. He recorded 4 wins in 5 years through 2015. After the Crowne Plaza Invitational in May 2015, he had not been able to establish a relationship with the championship, but on this day, he won his 5th personal career in about 8 years.

Yon Lam, who rose to No. 1 in the world rankings last week, has maintained his position for the second week. Scotty Scheffler, Rory McIlroy, and Patrick Cantlay placed second through fourth. LIV Golf’s Cameron Smith maintained his world No. 5 ranking. 메이저사이트

Among Korean players, Kim Joo-hyung ranked 15th, the same as last week, and recorded the highest ranking among Korean players. Im Seong-jae, who tied for 42nd at the Honda Classic, also marked 18th without any change. Lee Gyeong-hoon was ranked 39th, down one notch from last week, and Kim Si-woo maintained 42nd place.

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