‘Byron Nelson runner-up’ Kim Si-woo climbed 6 places in the world rankings to 36th

Kim Si-woo (28, CJ Logistics), who finished runner-up by one stroke at AT&T Byron Nelson (total prize money of 9.5 million dollars) on the PGA Tour, entered the top 40 in the world rankings.

In the men’s golf world rankings announced on the 15th (Korean time), Kim Si-woo marked 36th, up 6 places from 42nd last week with a ranking point of 2.4647.

Kim Si-woo drove 8 under par in the final 4th round of AT&T Byron Nelson of the PGA Tour that ended that day, finishing with a final total of 22 under par and 262 strokes, one stroke behind Jason Day (Australia, 23 under par 261 strokes), and tied for second place.

Kim Si-woo, who was aiming for the second championship of the season following the Sony Open in January, failed to achieve his goal, but made a leap in the world rankings.

Kim Si-woo’s ranking, which was ranked 42nd last week, rose 6 places to 36th.

Kim Si-woo, who was ranked 82nd in the last week of last year, continued his upward trend by ‘jumping’ more than 40 steps in 5 months.

Day, who won the Byron Nelson Championship by beating Si-Woo Kim, jumped 15 places in a week to become 20th in the world rankings.

Day enjoyed the excitement of winning his 13th PGA Tour career exactly five years after the Wells Fargo Championship in May 2018.

Jason Day, who commanded men’s golf by ranking first in the world until early 2017, fell into a slump after 2018 due to his mother’s illness and his own back injury, and was once pushed out of the top 100.

Day, who was ranked 112th at the start of 2023, began to rebound this season and announced a perfect revival by winning this competition.카지노사이트

Lim Seong-jae (25, CJ Logistics), who won the Korea Professional Golf (KPGA) Woori Finance Championship the day before, maintained the same 18th place as last week.

Im Seong-jae proved his ‘world class’ by winning the domestic competition in 3 years and 7 months with a double pole on the last day.

Kim Joo-hyung (21, Nike Golf) kept 19th place, and Lee Kyung-hoon (32, CJ Logistics) moved up two steps to 42nd.

The top tier did not change. While Jon Rahm (Spain) kept the No. 1 spot for six consecutive weeks, Scotty Scheffler (USA) and Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland) remained in the top 3.

Patrick Cantlay, Xander Chopley, Max Homa (above USA), Matt Fitzpatrick (England), Cameron Smith (Australia), Will Zalatoris, and Jordan Spieth (above USA), the 4th to 10th places are the same as last week.

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