Three-time major champion Jordan Spieth back in top-10 for first time in three years

Three-time major champion Jordan Spieth back in top-10 for first time in three years

Jordan Spieth didn’t play at the Bermuda Championship last week, but the three-time major champion still managed to reclaim a place inside the top-10 of the world golf ranking.

Spieth moved from 13 to 10 in the latest Official World Golf Ranking. It is his highest world standing in the OWGR since 2018.

Spieth has played 20 events so far in the year 2021, in which he has made 19 cuts and won one title at Texas Open with seven top-5 finishes.

The former world No.1 Jordan Spieth, who missed just one cut this year at the Farmers Insurance Open, was ranked No. 92 in the world after his first start of 2021, but he made a solid comeback and secured three top-5 in the next five events to keep himself charged.

Jordan Spieth

He had decent outings at the 2021 majors as well, in the Masters, he finished at the tied-3rd position, in the PGA Championship, he ended his run at tied-30th, tied-19th finish in the U.S Open, whereas, he missed the chance of winning the Open Championship by two shots and finished solo second.

The other who gained a stable jump included the mighty man Patrick Reed, who smashed a solid 6-under 65 in the final round of Bermuda Championship moved from 24 to 22.

The winner of the PGA Tour's past week event, Lucas Herbert of Australia, jumped 14 places in the latest Official World Golf Ranking to 43rd place. Apart from the ranking boost, he also clinched a spot in the Masters lineup at Augusta National next year and a two-year PGA Tour exemption.

Posted on: 2021 Nov 2 Tue
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