Kim Seong-hyun (25), who finished second in the PGA Tour Fortinet Championship (total prize money of $8.4 million), also rose in the world rankings.

According to the men’s golf world rankings announced on the 18th (Korean time), Kim Seong-hyun was ranked 113th, up 58 places from 171st last week.

Seong-Hyun Kim recorded his highest personal ranking on the PGA Tour by taking second place, two strokes behind winner Sahis Sigala (USA), at the PGA Tour Fortinet Championship, which ended in Napa, California, on this day.

Kim Seong-hyun, who jumped from 83rd to 57th in the FedEx Cup rankings and is one step closer to participating in the 2024 season special tournaments AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Genesis Invitational, recorded his personal highest ranking in the world rankings.메이저놀이터

Sahis Sigala (USA), who beat Seong-Hyun Kim by two strokes and won his first PGA Tour title, was ranked 29th, up 8 places from 37th.

The Fortinet Championship is the first tournament to open the fall series, and many of the world’s top ranking players took a break without participating in large numbers. Ryder Cup European team players participated in the DP World Tour BMW PGA Championship held at the same time, but there was no change in the top rankings.

Scotty Scheffler (USA), Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), and Jon Rahm (Spain) maintained their rankings from 1st to 3rd in the world. Viktor Hovland (Norway), Patrick Cantlay (USA), Xander Chopley (USA), Max Homa (USA), Matthew Fitzpatrick (England), Brian Harman (USA), and Wyndham Clark (USA) also ranked 5th to 10th. They followed suit by recording the rankings.

Kim Joo-hyung (21) ranked 18th, Im Seong-jae (25) ranked 27th, Kim Si-woo (28) ranked 40th, and An Byeong-hoon (32) ranked 53rd.