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Scheffler remains world number one ahead of Smith

The Spaniard maintains his place in a ranking in which Scottie Scheffler leads ahead of Cameron Smith and Rory McIlroy.

Spanish golfer John Rahm hits the ball during the final day of the PGA Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, Georgia.
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American golfer Scottie Scheffler remains world number one with 10.07 points on average ahead of Australian Cameron Smith (9.03), who this weekend debuted in Boston in the Saudi LIV circuit with a fourth place finish. Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy currently sits on 8.96 points.

Jon Rahm stays in sixth place in the rankings. Americans Patrick Cantlay (8.44) and Xander Schauffele (7.43) are ahead of Rahm (7.16), followed by Justin Thomas (6.71), Collin Morikawa (6.44) and Will Zalatoris (6.34).

Adri Arnaus has dropped to 68th, Pablo Larrazábal climbs to 69th and Sergio García, the other Spaniard in the top 100, remains in 74th place.

Johnson wins LIV golf event

Dustin Johnson made a 35-foot eagle putt on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff to win the LIV Golf Invitational Boston for his first victory in just under two years on Sunday.

Johnson’s putt on 18 saw him beat Joaquin Niemann and Anirban Lahiri to claim $4 million, bringing his total to just under $10 million in four events.


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