American golfer Dustin Johnson, compatriot Justin Thomas and Spaniard John Ramm continue the top three in the world golf rankings, in the week of the traditional Augusta Masters tournament, which begins next Thursday.
In the unchanged list in the top ten, the most notable rise was former world number one star Jordan Speth, who won the Valero Texas Open yesterday, his first PGA Tour title in four years, he says. Mundo Sports Spanish newspaper.
The Augusta Masters will take place starting Thursday, after the PGA Tour and PGA of America released statements last Saturday in response to Georgia’s controversial new voting law, confirming that the tournament will be held in traditional Augusta. Place of the National Golf Club.
In late March, civil rights groups launched a campaign in favor of petitioning for the PGA Masters Tour to be held outside Georgia.
The petition, filed by civil groups, was in response to a vote law recently passed by that state.
One of these groups, the National Black Justice Alliance (NBJC), demanded that the Masters rule against this law, arguing that “the PGA Tour and Masters are committed to helping golf diversify and address racial inequality in this country, and hopefully they will not only speak out against Georgia’s new racial law.” To suppress the electorate, but they will also take action. “
The top ten in the world golf rankings are as follows:
1. Dustin Johnson (United States) 11.06
2. Justin Thomas (United States) 9.30
3- John Ram (Spain) 8.52
4. Colleen Morikawa (United States) 7.37
5. Bryson Deshambo (United States) 7.30
6. Xander Schauffele (United States) 6.70
7. Patrick Reed (United States) 6.11
Tyrrell Hatton (Englatera) 5.91
9. Web Simpson (US) 5.82
10- Patrick Cantlay (United States) 5.72. (Telam)