2017 PGA Player of the Year Justin Thomas moved back to No. 3 in the world thanks to his victory at The Honda Classic on Sunday.
Thomas bypassed friendly rival Jordan Spieth with the victory. He’s closed within striking distance of No. 2 Jon Rahm. Rahm is averaging 8.821 points per tournament; Thomas is a step behind at 8.7374.
Dustin Johnson maintained his stranglehold on the No. 1 ranking for a 54th straight week.
2017 Race to Dubai winner Tommy Fleetwood rose to No. 11 in the world following his near miss at The Honda Classic.
Qatar Masters winner Eddie Pepperell rode his first-ever European Tour victory to a jump into the top 100 of the rankings. He sits at No. 92, up from No. 154.
Tiger Woods finished tied for 11th at The Honda Classic and climbed 155 spots to No. 389 from No. 544.