Will Zalatoris jumping from eighth to seventh



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Will Zalatoris jumping from eighth to seventh

With the comeback success at the Open de France, the third of his career on the DP World Tour, Guido Migliozzi returns to being the best blue in the world ranking. Thanks to his success in Guyancourt, near Paris, the Vicenza-based rider approaches the Top 100 and passes from 168 / a to 108 / a position.

Overcoming Francesco Molinari, from 141 / o to 143 / o.

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As for the top positions, only one variation in the top ten with Will Zalatoris jumping from eighth to seventh place. Reverse path for Justin Thomas. The American Scottie Scheffler still leads the ranking, returning from a disappointing performance in the Presidents Cup.

Behind him the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy and the Australian (who passed to the Arab Super League) Cameron Smith. Justin Louis Thomas (Louisville, April 29, 1993) is an American golfer participating in the PGA Tour. Thomas achieved notoriety in 2017, when he won four PGA Tour events, including the PGA Championship (his first major win).

, and earns the title of FedEx Champion. He was born and raised in Louisville Kentucky. His father, Mike Thomas, has been in the golf business for thirty-two years and has been a member of the American PGA for twenty-five years and his grandfather was a PGA Tour and Senior PGA Tour veteran.

As his father has been the club professional at Harmony Landing Country Club in Goshen, Kentucky since 1990, Justin starts playing very early, takes his first lessons at the age of two and starts playing tournaments at the age of eight.

He attended St. Xavier High School and, according to American law, having attended the first year of high school (freshman), he can participate in the Wyndham Championship of the PGA Tour in 2009. Thomas graduated in 2011 and later attended the University of ' Alabama in Tuscaloosa, where he wins the Crimson Tide six times and plays on the national team.

In 2012 he won the Haskins Award for best university golfer. Thomas turns pro in 2013. He gets the card to play on WebTour.com through a qualifying tournament. He participates in his first professional event with the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship in 2014, which he wins.

Thomas is fifth in the WebTour.com seasonal ranking and third after the WebTour finals; earning the PGA Tour card for the 2015 season. Thomas places 32nd in the FedEx Cup, losing the Rookie of the Year Award to Daniel Berger.

On 1 November 2015, Thomas won the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, his first win of a PGA Tour event. He beat Australian Adam Scott by one stroke, avoiding a double bogey by pocketing a 1.8m putt for the par. Closing his second round with 61 strokes, Thomas earns the victory with 26 strokes under par.