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World Ranking: Kepu Card Becomes 23rd NO.1 Spice Drops Out of the Top Ten
Release time:2024-03-14

On October 23rd Beijing time, as 28 year old American athlete Brooks Copca climbed to the world's peak, former world number one Jordan Spice continued to decline and had fallen out of the top ten. As for Chinese players, there hasn't been much change, and the ranking of the top ten remains unchanged.

Last week, the winner of the US Tour Player of the Year award hit 64 strokes in the second round behind Nine Bridges, 8 strokes below par, including a cut on the 16th hole. Finally, he hit 29 strokes on the last nine holes, leading by 4 strokes to win his third victory in 2018. He earned 500 Federal Cup points, 1.71 million US dollars (approximately 11.87 million Chinese yuan), and 54 world points as a result.

This is the first race of Brooks Copca's new season, and as a result, he climbed to third place on the federal cup standings. However, his prize money was high enough to reach first place on the US Tour bonus list. However, the more important ranking is still the world's number one. The double champion of the US Open and US PGA Championship became the 23rd player to reach the world number one position.

In sharp contrast to Brooks Copca, Jordan Spice, who did not participate in the Roger Cup, slipped out of the world's top ten, dropping from tenth to eleventh place. This is the first time since November 2014 that he has not been in the top ten.

Since then, he has won 12 games globally, including 3 Grand Slams. He spent 26 weeks ranking first in the world, but he has never won since the UK Open in July last year. In fact, he missed the touring championship for the first time in his career this year. Jordan Spice plans to start a new season at the San Francisco Brotherhood Children's Hospital Open, which means his world ranking is likely to further decline after this week.

Coincidentally, it was also the former world number one that replaced Jordan Spice. Jensen Day tied for fifth place on Jeju Island, scoring 11.88 points and rising from 12th to 10th in the world ranking.

The main changes in the world's top ten are the rise of these two, and the following is the pattern of the new world peak: (1) Brooks Copca, (2) Dustin Johnson, (3) Justin Ross, (4) Justin Thomas, (5) McCoy, (6) Francesco Molinari, (7) Bryson DeChambauu, (8) Joan Ram, (9) Ritchie Fowler, (10) Jensen Day.

Gary Woodland finished second in the Seagate Cup - his second consecutive top ten finish in the Asian swing tournament - with 32.4 points and world points rising from 38th to 30th place.

In terms of the European tour, Garcia successfully defended his title at the Andrews Masters, which he hosted. The race was reduced to 54 holes due to adverse weather conditions, with Garcia leading by 4 strokes and defeating Shane Lowry to win. This is his third time winning this tournament since 2011 and 2017, with a championship check of 333330 euros (approximately RMB 2.65 million). His European tour bonus ranking has risen to 25th place, totaling $1186138 (approximately RMB 8.23 million). At the same time, the Spanish star also scored 24 points, rising from 31st to 27th in the world ranking. Sean Laurie scored 14.4 points and rose from 87th to 70th in the world ranking.

This week's World Championships HSBC Championship will kick off in Sheshan, Shanghai. Brooks Copka will compete for the first time with the world number one title, and the world's second place Dustin Johnson will also come. It is believed that there will be changes in the world's top 50 after this week.

The daily tour is the Bridgestone Open. Japanese ace Shugo Imahira won the first championship of the season by leading his compatriot Kawamura Masahiro by one stroke at the Shoura Stadium of Chiba Prefecture Shoura National Club, earning 30 million yen (approximately RMB 1.85 million). His prize money for the season exceeded 100 million yen, reaching 109735573 yen (approximately RMB 6.77 million), ranking first. This week, I have also earned 16 world points, and my world ranking has risen from 85th to 67th.

Chinese Taipei athlete Zhan Shichang finished third in this race. He rose to 516th place in the world ranking due to scoring 6.4 points.

Another European Tour Challenge held within China, the Foshan Open, also saw poor performance from Chinese players. Luo Xuewen once again became the leader of the Chinese legion, finishing tied for 26th place, but did not earn world points. After winning the championship, French athlete Victor Perez scored 13 points and rose from 282th to 187th in the world ranking.

The following are the top ten mainland Chinese and their world rankings in the new issue: (1) Li Haotong (54th place), (2) Wu Ashun (176th place), (3) Yuan Yechun (534th place), (4) Zhang Xinjun (579th place), (5) Liang Wenchong (585th place), (6) Xiao Bowen (606th place), (7) Liu Yanwei (707th place), (8) Zhang Huilin (864th place), (9) Dou Zecheng (889th place), (10) Cao Yi (959th place).

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