Canadian Adam Hadwin jumped from 98th to 51st following his win at the Valspar Championship Sunday in the latest Official World Golf Rankings. He qualified for the Dell Match Play, which he’ll skip to get married, and The Masters, which he will try to get refundable tickets to Tahiti from his honeymoon.
He is the only Canadian in the top 100.
Hero India Open winner SSP Chawrasia climbed almost 100 spots from 258th to 160th.
Dustin Johnson made it four straight weeks at No. 1, while Henrik Stenson’s strong finish at Valspar got him back to No. 5 in the world, bypassing Jordan Spieth.
Bubba Watson continued his idle slide, dropping to No. 17 in the world. He ended 2016 ranked 10th.