There was only one change in the world’s top 10 in men’s golf, with Norway’s Viktor Hovland jumping from 11th to 10th. Reverse route for England’s Matt Fitzpatrick.
Rating, Victor Hovland
All have not changed, for the rest.
With Scotty Scheffler always ahead of Australian Cameron Smith, 2/o, and Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy, 3/o. Among the Azzurri, the best is still Francesco Molinari, 169/o. Extra back Guido Migliozzi, only 186/ o.
Viktor Hovland (born September 18, 1997) is a Norwegian professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour (and as an associate member of the European Tour). Hovland As of 31 January 2022, he is ranked as the third best golfer in the world and is the highest ranked golfer in the Nordics in addition to being number two in Europe.
In April 2019, he was ranked as the world’s best amateur golfer. In the year He became the first Norwegian to win a tournament on the PGA Tour when he won the Puerto Rico Open in 2020 and the BMW International Open in 2021 on the European Tour.
He has three wins overall on the PGA Tour and two on the European Tour.Hovland turned professional after the 2019 US Open. He played the last five regular tournaments in the 2018/2019 season thanks to sponsor invitations, but failed to make the top 125, which automatically qualified him for the 2019/2020 season.
So he took part in a tournament on the Korn Ferry Tour where he qualified for the PGA Tour in two tournaments. Hovland had a very strong first season on the PGA Tour with one win (the Puerto Rico Open in February), three top ten finishes and nine out of 25 totals in 20 tournaments.
Qualifying for the Tour Championship, he finished 20th at the FedEx Cup and finished with a total of $1,982,275 in prize money. Hovland finished tied for 33rd at the PGA Championship, the only major tournament of the season.
On the 2020 European Tour, Hovland finished 27th in Dubai at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai in December. The 2020/2021 season opened with joint twelfth place in the US Open. His second career victory on the PGA Tour came at the Maykoba Golf Classic in December.
Hovland He finished 2020 ranked 14th in the world and third in the FedEx Cup. In the year
In June 2021, Hovland made history again by becoming the first male Norwegian golfer to win a European Tour event when he won the BMW International Open 2021. Hovland defended his title at Mayakoba in November and won his fifth in December. Race as a professional in the hero world tournament. Victory number 6 came at the Dubai Desert Classic in January 2022 after defeating Richard Bland in a replay.