The World Professional Men’s Golf Ranking (OWGR) records 10 players who have climbed at least 100 places since the outbreak to the present.

In mid-March, the PGA and the European Tour – the two biggest arenas in the world – were shut down due to translation, leaving the OWGR temporarily frozen. The US tournament system re-started from early June and Europe opened a month later. At this point, the OWGR is back to operation.

And for almost six months, Will Zalatoris has been the best performer among the top 10 golfer promotion golfer on OWGR. Before the translation break, he was ranked 483 and a member of Korn Ferry Tour (KFT) – the group of the second division of the PGA Tour. But earlier this week, the golfer born in 1996 is 60th and has a conditional First Class card – comfortably receive the spot that the PGA Tour offers to sponsors. With a limited benefit of three months, Zalatoris attended five PGA Tour events but only used one exclusive ticket, the remaining through the official entrance thanks to its position in the KFT. In those five appearances, he finished the top 10 three times, including T6 in the major US Open. In the previous KFT, Zalatoris topped the leaderboard, with a championship and 10 times the top 10 across 16 events.

Zalotoris adjusted before putting the ball on the last eight-round hole Shriners Hospitals on October 11, 2020.  Photo: AP

Zalotoris adjusted before putting the ball on the last eight-round hole Shriners Hospitals on October 11, 2020. Image: AP

In the “top 10 high jump season”, only three golfers without titles in the new schedule of the PGA Tour and European Tour, including Russell Henley, Zach Johnson, Mackenzie Hughes.

In addition, two PGA Tour members jumped over 90 steps to enter the top 15 OWGR. Daniel Berger from 107 to 13th, and Matthew Wolff from 110 to 14th. Berger and Wolff, like Zalatoris, both have high performance in OWGR multi-point tournaments due to the majority of top 50 players.

Considering the current top 100 compared to March, 50 people promoted, one stepped on the spot and 49 people plunged. The list goes down with Tiger Woods, falling 25 places to 36th. But the deepest drop that remains in the top 100 is Francesco Molinari – from 28 to 95.

During the “new normal” peak golf period, there were 26 players leaving the top 100, of which the deepest dive was JB Holmes – from 95 to 206. Holmes was born in 1982, owns 5 PGA Tour titles in 15 years of professionalism. .

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