Rahm takes hold at number one, Cantlay rises to third place

Madrid, Jan 24 (EFE).- The Spaniard Jon Rahm, fourteenth in the tournament at La Quinta (California), was established, however, in first place in the world golf ranking thanks to the fact that his immediate pursuer on the list, American Collin Morikawa had a disastrous performance in Abu Dhabi, where he finished in 62nd place. With an average of 9.2980 points, Rahm, who has won 9 units so far this year, leads the list ahead of Morikawa (8.4759 ), which has lost 14 since January 1. The biggest move in the top ten affected the top-3: American Patrick Cantlay snatches third place from fellow countryman Dustin Johnson. Belgian Thomas Pieters rises from 69th to 31st place after winning in Abu Dhabi with a single shot ahead of Spaniard Rafael Cabrera, who goes from 161 to 102 on the list. The Mexican Abraham Ancer, who wins a place and is placed nineteenth in the fourth list of the year, is the best ranked Latin American player. Spaniard Sergio García is in 42nd place, gaining three places, and Colombian Sebastián Muñoz is in 66th, losing five positions. EFE jad/og


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