Official World Golf Ranking 44/2022

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Week 44 - 30/10/2022
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October 31, 2022
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Seamus Power has won the Butterfield Bermuda Championship with a final round 70 for a 19-under, 265 total.
Thomas Detry came second at 18-under, Patrick Rodgers and Ben Griffin tied for third at 17-under.

Power moves up to 32 from 48 this week, Detry to 85 from 110, Rodgers to 189 from 222 and Griffin to 141 from 168.

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Jordan Smith has won the Portugal Masters with a final round 63 for a 30-under, 254 total.
Gavin Green came second at 27-under, Tapio Pulkkanen finished third at 22-under, Eddie Pepperell fourth at 21-under and Hurly Long tied for fifth with Sebastian Heisele at 19-under.

Smith moves up to 81 from 105, Green to 300 from 391, Pulkkanen to 222 from 256, Pepperell to 226 from 248, Long to 165 from 186 and Heisele to 831 from 1140.

This WeekLast WeekNat.PlayerAvg. PointsTotal PointsPoints Lost (2022)Points Won (2022)Events
11Northern IrelandRory McIlroy9.55439.40-208.56371.4546
22United StatesScottie Scheffler9.12465.23-246.69447.8151
33AustraliaCameron Smith8.41336.48-188.47326.6138
44United StatesPatrick Cantlay8.33333.33-207.68282.5339
55SpainJon Rahm7.13306.51-313.53219.6443
66United StatesXander Schauffele6.96299.19-231.17242.8643
77United StatesWill Zalatoris6.49291.87-132.10287.2145
88United StatesJustin Thomas6.04277.94-258.09236.4546
99United StatesCollin Morikawa5.76265.02-304.40131.5446
1010EnglandMatt Fitzpatrick5.76293.57-168.99249.1251
1111NorwayViktor Hovland5.42281.85-242.84195.3152
1212United StatesSam Burns5.29253.84-164.47174.3048
1313United StatesJordan Spieth5.09229.06-165.44174.0345
1414United StatesTony Finau4.71244.90-186.44177.2952
1515Korea; Republic ofJoohyung Kim4.71197.72-43.22188.9142
1616United StatesBilly Horschel4.35217.50-166.74168.2350
1717United StatesCameron Young4.25208.36-55.53212.4049
1818United StatesMax Homa4.23211.71-114.09181.5750
1919JapanHideki Matsuyama4.10196.84-189.56141.8948
2020Korea; Republic ofSungjae Im3.99207.61-150.42150.8659
2121IrelandShane Lowry3.85192.25-105.74171.1950
2222ChileJoaquin Niemann3.76180.45-143.28164.4448
2324EnglandTommy Fleetwood2.97154.42-104.05132.1152
2425United StatesKeegan Bradley2.96142.27-67.74130.9448
2523MexicoAbraham Ancer2.96142.10-173.1062.8148
2626New ZealandRyan Fox2.94126.63-38.69128.1643
2727AustriaSepp Straka2.92151.83-52.84162.2461
2828EnglandTyrrell Hatton2.85145.34-172.71125.3951
2929United StatesKevin Kisner2.85130.88-114.85122.9446
3031CanadaCorey Conners2.79144.97-112.58120.1354
3130United StatesDustin Johnson2.77110.78-254.3480.3134
3248IrelandSeamus Power2.73125.79-56.24109.9246
3332United StatesTom Hoge2.69139.81-72.30138.5763
3436United StatesAaron Wise2.67122.73-61.1499.0446
3533Korea; Republic ofKyoung-Hoon Lee2.67138.58-75.26114.6857
3634AustraliaAdam Scott2.62112.78-78.8795.5243
3735BelgiumThomas Pieters2.62112.53-64.06101.0943
3837United StatesBrian Harman2.54132.17-86.22115.1552
3938United StatesTalor Gooch2.52113.31-99.5862.1145
4039United StatesBrooks Koepka2.4798.79-145.3549.0936
4140United StatesKevin Na2.4597.91-124.0344.9938
4241United StatesKurt Kitayama2.44119.76-31.71120.3349
4342South AfricaLouis Oosthuizen2.3895.32-153.0820.4332
4443United StatesDaniel Berger2.3694.30-151.9259.9133
4545ChileGuillermo Mito Pereira2.34114.53-56.5491.2849
4646United StatesHarold Varner III2.33111.78-77.07108.0948
4744United StatesJason Kokrak2.3299.97-147.7635.9643
4847EnglandPaul Casey2.2589.90-134.6748.4132
4950SwedenAlex Noren2.18108.81-72.9487.3250
5049United StatesHarris English2.1586.19-168.8518.8639
5151CanadaMackenzie Hughes2.14111.31-91.2369.6055
5252United StatesBryson DeChambeau2.0783.00-201.8821.2031
5353United StatesSahith Theegala2.06104.88-22.28110.1251
5454AustraliaLucas Herbert2.0491.75-69.7861.4445
5555United StatesJ.T. Poston2.00104.24-47.98101.3957
5656United StatesScott Stallings1.96102.14-34.8093.2255
5758South AfricaDean Burmester1.9098.70-64.2565.4054
5859AustraliaMin Woo Lee1.9083.44-59.0347.9944
5960United StatesRussell Henley1.8987.07-87.8776.0146
6057United StatesPatrick Reed1.8895.90-161.4646.5551
6162United StatesKeith Mitchell1.8793.54-58.6870.0150
6261PolandAdrian Meronk1.8691.34-41.6282.7849
6363United StatesCameron Tringale1.8190.60-78.0262.2250
6464AustraliaMarc Leishman1.7777.68-94.3745.7544
6566United StatesMaverick McNealy1.7689.87-66.1563.9451
6665AustraliaCameron Davis1.7691.48-64.5470.9752
6767ScotlandRobert MacIntyre1.7390.22-76.0765.0554
6870United StatesTaylor Montgomery1.7275.72-19.1276.2344
6968ColombiaSebastian Munoz1.7289.24-75.7660.3055
7071United StatesDavis Riley1.7188.68-30.9895.6954
7169South AfricaChristiaan Bezuidenhout1.7088.43-93.7360.5654
7272EnglandJustin Rose1.6766.91-78.5740.3436
7373Korea; Republic ofSiwoo Kim1.6686.54-96.5770.7560
7474United StatesChris Kirk1.6584.24-59.1275.1651
7575United StatesMatt Kuchar1.6470.65-60.0764.6643
7676ArgentinaEmiliano Grillo1.6485.35-58.9262.6757
7783United StatesDenny McCarthy1.6485.06-40.5376.6458
7877SpainAdri Arnaus1.6483.42-52.1877.7951
7979SpainPablo Larrazabal1.6271.49-30.7381.3344
8078United StatesAndrew Putnam1.6183.89-42.6970.0761
81105EnglandJordan Smith1.5882.10-37.0181.0552
8281CanadaAdam Hadwin1.5781.59-48.3573.4153
8380JapanKazuki Higa1.5778.36-28.8864.8050
8482United StatesLuke List1.5681.31-57.9681.1657
85110BelgiumThomas Detry1.5580.46-58.1256.9154
8685ZimbabweScott Vincent1.5467.87-44.2138.3144
8784EnglandRichard Bland1.5466.22-61.4844.8043
8887United StatesJ.J. Spaun1.5077.95-29.0475.8057
8988South AfricaThriston Lawrence1.4973.10-21.1163.0349
9086SpainSergio Garcia1.4959.62-86.2128.7839
9189AustraliaMatt Jones1.4764.82-69.1657.6344
9290EnglandDanny Willett1.4575.62-45.1352.0254
9391United StatesMatthew NeSmith1.4575.38-35.6673.4155
9494IndiaAnirban Lahiri1.4464.93-30.3169.3345
9592United StatesLucas Glover1.4273.89-54.5059.4556
9695SpainAdrian Otaegui1.4173.47-40.4668.9754
97100EnglandCallum Shinkwin1.4161.98-29.2455.5444
9896United StatesGary Woodland1.3968.14-55.1558.2049
9993FranceVictor Perez1.3866.44-65.4054.2748
10098ThailandSadom Kaewkanjana1.3855.13-22.6545.9624
10197South AfricaErik van Rooyen1.3764.40-72.9438.7047
102101CanadaTaylor Pendrith1.3760.22-32.4652.5044
103104United StatesBrendon Todd1.3769.68-59.0060.0651
104102United StatesRickie Fowler1.3662.46-46.2639.1046
10599United StatesWebb Simpson1.3655.57-122.7522.4241
106103EnglandSam Horsfield1.3453.69-50.6042.7633
107106South AfricaOliver Bekker1.3369.08-36.5952.5257
108109JapanYuto Katsuragawa1.3255.34-12.8959.0842
108114DenmarkRasmus Hojgaard1.3265.88-53.2648.0350
110107United StatesTroy Merritt1.3168.29-55.7149.0858
111108United StatesBrendan Steele1.3159.01-52.4343.0845
112111ChinaYechun Carl Yuan1.3051.99-21.9255.0440
113132JapanRikuya Hoshino1.2964.68-47.2147.2850
114116United StatesHudson Swafford1.2958.20-50.8557.6545
115113United StatesTaylor Moore1.2967.14-35.8843.6252
116114South AfricaShaun Norris1.2862.86-55.2129.1249
117112EnglandLee Westwood1.2650.58-96.1926.7439
118119United StatesTrey Mullinax1.2563.84-20.8355.7551
119129United StatesJustin Suh1.2551.27-9.3253.7441
120117JapanYuki Inamori1.2564.85-43.2147.3552
121122Korea; Republic ofBio Kim1.2455.96-20.1948.1445
122119United StatesKevin Streelman1.2464.49-71.7844.9255
123118AustriaBernd Wiesberger1.2351.82-65.4120.3842
124123ItalyGuido Migliozzi1.2364.13-47.9535.9253
125126VenezuelaJhonattan Vegas1.2356.48-53.7431.0246
126121JapanShugo Imahira1.2360.11-35.8243.2349
127125United StatesChez Reavie1.2263.62-37.5955.9957
128127AustraliaJason Day1.2148.29-55.3947.1839
129128United StatesJoel Dahmen1.2160.34-61.2342.8750
130124DenmarkNicolai Hojgaard1.2060.22-42.2331.8750
131131United StatesBubba Watson1.1947.80-65.2746.4527
132130United StatesRyan Palmer1.1950.09-89.5732.6442
133138United StatesAlex Smalley1.1953.40-17.2548.6745
134137United StatesStewart Cink1.1959.25-72.2034.8850
135135United StatesCameron Champ1.1850.76-54.3231.8143
136133EnglandIan Poulter1.1854.29-79.8023.7746
137136United StatesMatthew Wolff1.1746.73-99.7213.5032
138134Korea; Republic ofSeonghyeon Kim1.1752.43-26.2745.2345
139140South AfricaGarrick Higgo1.1660.06-74.0830.4958
140142AustraliaBrad Kennedy1.1546.14-22.4449.2540
141168United StatesBenjamin Griffin(May1996)1.1445.52-5.9051.4232
142139GermanyYannik Paul1.1455.74-14.5445.2349
143143ScotlandEwen Ferguson1.1258.08-23.9352.9056
144141JapanTomoharu Otsuki1.1055.22-35.6035.5150
145144South AfricaCharl Schwartzel1.0943.74-44.9026.1440
145146DenmarkThorbjorn Olesen1.0945.92-14.5246.1342
147147ChinaHaotong Li1.0943.53-16.7546.4938
147145JapanTakumi Kanaya1.0955.50-57.9423.9351
149150United StatesPaul Haley-II1.0851.81-17.8650.6848
150156JapanKaito Onishi1.0843.15-7.4641.1037
151154EnglandAaron Rai1.0855.94-57.8239.3457
152148JapanRyosuke Kinoshita1.0753.53-46.5025.4150
153153ItalyFrancesco Molinari1.0742.61-26.4538.9938
154151South AfricaJustin Harding1.0654.30-52.6636.4751
155149United StatesPhil Mickelson1.0642.32-78.356.4828
156152DenmarkMarcus Helligkilde1.0547.20-35.5915.3245
157155United StatesLanto Griffin1.0549.20-63.9239.1347
158157United StatesMark Hubbard1.0554.35-31.3050.3159
159159EnglandMatt Wallace1.0454.10-67.5232.8559
160158CanadaAdam Svensson1.0453.84-33.0142.0954
161162United StatesAdam Schenk1.0353.52-37.6134.1763
162160GermanyStephan Jaeger1.0253.25-44.4635.0656
163161JapanMikumu Horikawa1.0247.87-26.1024.0147
164163ThailandPhachara Khongwatmai1.0140.35-20.7726.6823
165183GermanyHurly Long1.0051.77-23.7150.7558
166164United StatesSean Crocker0.9951.49-38.7931.2357
167171FranceAntoine Rozner0.9951.32-50.9135.4954
168174South AfricaMJ Daffue0.9839.36-7.9843.6137
169167EnglandLaurie Canter0.9840.31-52.4018.4041
170165United StatesSihwan Kim0.9841.18-17.1043.7542
171170GermanyMarcel Schneider0.9849.80-29.1134.0251
172184United StatesChan Kim0.9743.83-46.6411.4945
173166South AfricaDylan Frittelli0.9750.56-58.3835.6358
174175ChinaMarty Dou Zecheng0.9744.61-16.1344.6046
175178SwedenAlexander Bjork0.9744.44-32.6220.0646
176169South AfricaBranden Grace0.9744.43-65.4013.2746
177172United StatesJohn Huh0.9649.92-18.8343.2852
178182South AfricaHennie Du Plessis0.9645.01-24.9732.8347
179173ScotlandRichie Ramsay0.9649.79-16.7544.5152
180176United StatesLee Hodges0.9549.56-28.1148.8954
181180United StatesNick Hardy0.9547.56-18.9642.3750
182223Taiwan (Chinese Taipei)Chun-an Yu0.9538.03-9.8134.8939
183177United StatesBeau Hossler0.9549.32-24.3151.3552
184185United StatesDavis Thompson0.9437.66-4.7539.7835
185181United StatesChad Ramey0.9348.53-38.1839.9854
186188SwedenHenrik Stenson0.9339.02-28.6928.5942
187187United StatesWyndham Clark0.9348.26-32.8643.3856
188179JapanJinichiro Kozuma0.9344.43-34.4724.1648
189222United StatesPatrick Rodgers0.9147.36-32.3634.4863
190186MexicoCarlos Ortiz0.9139.98-77.467.8744
191190EnglandRichard Mansell0.9039.57-13.9237.4644
192206United StatesGreyson Sigg0.9046.69-38.9430.9554
193195United StatesRobby Shelton IV0.9046.68-19.0846.7758
193194WalesJamie Donaldson0.9043.98-40.7922.8849
195192JapanNaoyuki Kataoka0.8940.20-22.2221.9445
195193FranceMatthieu Pavon0.8946.45-23.4736.7555
197198United StatesBrandon Wu0.8946.31-25.2249.3053
198196ScotlandRussell Knox0.8946.09-30.2245.6159
199191JapanYuta Ikeda(Dec1985)0.8838.87-24.7119.0144
200200United StatesJohannes Veerman0.8844.12-39.7618.9350
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