Jon Rahm climbed to eighth in a latest Official World Golf Ranking, a best symbol of his immature career.
The 22-year-old Spaniard, who on a Irish Open on Sunday, jumped adult 3 spots from 11th. He started a year during No. 137 in a world.
To accommodate for Rahm relocating into a tip 10, Alex Noren fell to ninth, Rickie Fowler to 10th and Brooks Koepka to 11th.
Xander Schauffele, who won a PGA Tour’s Greenbrier Classic on Sunday for his initial PGA Tour title, changed to No. 82, an alleviation of 77 spots. He began 2017 during No. 299 in a world.
As for Tiger Woods, his slip in a universe rankings continues. He forsaken 17 spots to No. 987, that ranks him between South Africa’s Jake Roos and England’s Hugo Dobson.
Woods has never been ranked this low before in his career.