July 2, 2022
Who Are The Top 10 Ranked Golfers In The World

Who are the top 10 ranked golfers in the world? This is a question that many golf fans have been asking themselves. In order to answer this question, we’ve created a list of our favorite golfers – The top 10 ranked golfers in the world!

Their rankings are based on how they’ve performed over the past few years. We’ll also provide you with some other details about each golfer. Keep reading to find out who made it onto our list!

1. Rory McIlroy

Rory McIlroy is the #1 ranked golfer in the world, according to the Golf.com rankings. Rory McIlroy is the world’s #1 ranked golfer by the Golf.com Rankings.

Rory McIlroy is an Irish golfer, born on June 29, 1989. McIlroy is considered one of the best golfers in the world.

As of the conclusion of the 2015 PGA Tour season, Rory is number one in the world in total money earned ($22,217,956). As of the conclusion of the 2016 Masters Tournament, Rory McIlroy was ranked #3 in the world in total money earned ($23,079,143).

He has won The Open Championship twice, the PGA Championship twice, the FedEx Cup, and the World Golf Championships. He was also the first golfer since Tiger Woods to be the top ranked player in the world.

2. Jason Day

The highest-ranked golfer on this list at #1. Jason Day is a two-time major winner and has won eight times on the PGA Tour. His win at the 2015 Farmers Insurance Open earned him the nickname, “Big Mouth.” Day is currently #1 on the Official World Golf Ranking.

The highest-ranked golfer on this list at #1. Jason Day is a two-time major winner and has won eight times on the PGA Tour. His win at the 2015 Farmers Insurance Open earned him the nickname, “Big Mouth.” Day is currently #1 on the Official World Golf Ranking. Phil Mickelson

The two-time Masters champion is the youngest golfer on our list. Phil Mickelson is a nine-time winner on the PGA Tour and finished as the runner-up in two Masters Tournaments. He has played on every Ryder Cup Team since 1995.

3. Jordan Spieth

Back in 2013, Jordan Spieth won the U.S. Open and became the second-youngest golfer to do so. He also became the only American golfer since Johnny Miller to win consecutive U.S. Open titles. In 2014, he was given the Rising Star award. This honor is given to the most promising amateur golfers. In 2015, he was also given the Ben Hogan Award and Golf Writers Association of America Rolex/AIBO/AIB PGA Player of the Year Award.

He is the youngest player to be chosen for the Walker Cup Team (2015) and winner of the 2015 Walter Hagen Award. In 2017, he was nominated for PGA Player of the Year and won the Masters Tournament at the age of 23. He also won the British Open and captured the USPGA Championship. He has had an impressive record since 2014.

4. Phil Mickelson

We know that Phil Mickelson has historically been on the lower end of the rankings, but we think his ranking is justified for a few reasons.

First, he is currently the reigning Masters Champion, so that makes him an easy choice as the number 1 ranked golfer. His 2016-2017 World Ranking is 81st out of 96 golfers, and this is where he landed on our list.

5. Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson is a former world number 1 golfer and currently holds the world number 1 ranking for the past four months. Although he has yet to win a major tournament, Dustin Johnson is considered the favourite to win the U.S. Open at Erin Hills this year. His playing style is quite a bit different than that of other golfers on this list.

Although he is known as a great driver of the golf ball, Dustin Johnson focuses much of his attention to distance. This is something that’s incredibly important because Dustin Johnson is one of the longest drivers on the PGA Tour.

6. Hideki Matsuyama

How he got there: Matsuyama has played golf since he was 7-years-old, and won his first tournament when he was 10. He won 5 tournaments on the Japan Golf Tour before he turned pro. In 2011, Matsuyama became the youngest player to ever break 60 on the PGA Tour at the age of 20.

Matsuyama has a total of 5 wins on the PGA Tour, including 3 wins in 2015 alone. He finished in the top 10 of all 4 majors in 2015, including a win at the US Open. Matsuyama also finished in 2nd place at the Hero World Challenge, and finished in 1st place at the WGC-HSBC Champions in November 2015.

7. Adam Scott

Wins (10): Masters (2013), WGC-Cadillac Championship (2013), WGC-HSBC Champions (2014, 2015, 2016), The Players Championship (2013), The Masters (2014, 2015), U.S. Open (2013), DP World Tour Championship (2014), PGA Championship (2014, 2015), U.S. Open (2015), WGC-Cadillac Championship (2016)

8. Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia is a rookie on our list but we’ve known him for a long time. He’s had a very successful season thus far and has been making a lot of noise with his shotmaking. He currently has six top-10 finishes and five top-5 finishes this season.

Garcia appears to be the most consistent golfer on our list. Since he has made a few changes to his game, he’s been able to stay consistent and, now, has become a potential favorite for the green jacket in April. His strong play is almost guaranteed to bring him further up the leaderboard.

9. Rickie Fowler

Rickie Fowler currently plays on the PGA Tour. He has played in the 2012 Ryder Cup and won the 2013 Players Championship. Rickie currently sits at #2 on our list.

10. Justin Thomas

It has been quite a year for Justin Thomas! The 24-year-old prodigy won the USPGA Championship and just recently, was honored with a PGA Tour Rookie of the Year award.

Thomas was a sensation before he won his first major championship. He won in the FedEx Cup Playoffs and over $5 million in earnings, and played in 5 major tournaments. However, many golf fans were surprised with how quickly he rose up the ranks of the golfing world.

The 24-year-old star was the 3rd amateur to ever break the $10 million mark. He has played a lot of golf and is a very successful golfer for his age.

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