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Culpepper July 20, pm. The ranking is updated each week. Since its inception, there have been 24 different players who have earned the No.
You can probably guess who holds the title for the most weeks in the top spot. Some of the other names on this list may surprise you. Here is the complete list of golfers who reached No.
Lehman spent an entire week in the No. He is the only golfer to hold the top spot for just one week. Jon Rahm claimed the No. Rahm, who has four PGA Tour victories, has been consistent despite the season being paused for 13 weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This season, Rahm played in 10 events leading up to the Memorial and finished in the top in half, including his win at Muirfield, two second place finishes and one T He was No.
Jude Invitational. Bernhard Langer at the Open Championship at Turnberry. Langer held the top spot for three weeks but his real distinction here is that he was the very first golfer to be ranked No.
Langer was coming off a Masters victory, his first of two majors. He would win again at Augusta National in He held the No.
On Aug. Martin Kaymer holds the Wanamaker Trophy after winning a playoff in the U. PGA Championship Aug.
USA Today Sports. Kaymer rose to prominence in when he won the PGA Championship, the first of his two majors. He became the No. In , he won his second major at the U.
Players are then ranked according to their average, highest first. The first stage in the calculation is the ranking of each event.
For most events the ranking depends on the current world rankings of the participating golfers and the participation of the leading golfers from the "home tour".
A "world rating value" is calculated. Any golfer currently ranked in the world top is given a rating value. The world No. The maximum possible world rating value is but this would only happen if all the top golfers were playing.
A "home tour rating value" is calculated. The leading 30 golfers from the previous year's "home tour" are given rating values.
Most tours use earnings lists for their top 30, but the PGA Tour currently uses the FedEx points list calculated after the playoffs.
Major championships and WGC events use the current world top 30 list. The home tour No. The maximum home tour rating value is 75 if all the top 30 players from the home tour are competing.
The world rating value and home tour rating value are added together to give a "Strength of Field" value. This is then converted into an event ranking using a table.
As examples, a strength of field value of 10 converts to an event ranking of 8, a strength of field value of converts to an event ranking of 24, while a strength of field value of converts to an event ranking of Major championships have a fixed event ranking of points.
For each tour, there is a minimum ranking for each event. In addition, some tours have a "flagship event" that is guaranteed a higher ranking. The events with the highest "Strength of Field" in are shown in the following table.
Having calculated the ranking of the event, the ranking points of the players for that event can be calculated. The winner's ranking points are the same as the ranking of the event, so that major winners get ranking points.
A player's ranking points for an event must be at least 1. Players who would get less than this using the above formula get no ranking points.
The player in 13th position gets no points. Where there is a tie for the final scoring place, those players are guaranteed to receive at least 1.
Using the above example, if there were two or more players tied for 12th place, each would receive 1. The only exceptions to this system are in the major championships where all players who make the cut get a minimum of 1.
For the first 13 weeks after an event the player receives the full ranking points earned in that event.
However, from then onwards they are reduced in equal weekly increments over the remainder of a two-year period.
This gives priority to recent form. From week the ranking points are completely lost. The player's adjusted points for all events in the two-year period are then added together, and this total is divided by the number of events to give the average ranking.
However, players are subject to both a minimum and maximum number of events over the two-year period. If a player competes in fewer than 40 tournaments over the two-year period his adjusted points total is divided by 40 and not the actual number of events he has played in.
There is also a maximum of 52 tournaments, which means that only the player's 52 most recent tournaments within the two-year period are used.
The resulting averages for all players are put into descending order to produce the ranking table. This means that the player who has obtained most cumulative success does not necessarily come top of the rankings: it is average performance levels that are important, and some golfers play substantially more tournaments than others.
New rankings are released every Monday. A professional golfer's ranking is of considerable significance to his career.
Currently a ranking in the World Top 50 grants automatic entry to all the majors and World Golf Championships ; see table below.
In addition, rankings are the main criterion for selection for the International Team in the Presidents Cup , while ranking points are one of the qualification criteria for the European Ryder Cup team.
The rankings are also used to help select the field for various other tournaments. The first official ranking list was published prior to the Masters in April , with Bernhard Langer the first world No.
Ballesteros briefly held the No. Ballesteros took the No. During , Nick Faldo remained ranked just behind Norman despite winning three majors in two years and more world ranking points in total than his rival, albeit having entered more events.
As detailed in Mark McCormack's "World of Professional Golf " annual, it was also the case but less immediately apparent that Norman had won a total of 14 events during the ranking period to Faldo's 10, and when the two had competed in the same tournament, had finished ahead of his rival 19 times to 11, so Norman's No.
Faldo did inherit the No. In April , a quirk in the way the rankings treated results from previous years meant that Ian Woosnam , who had never won a major, took the No.
Twelve months later, Fred Couples similarly took over the No. Faldo's Open victory in lifted him back to the No.
By , Greg Norman had regained the top spot and ended and narrowly ahead of first Tom Lehman , and then Tiger Woods and Ernie Els in the rankings, despite his rivals enjoying major victories in those years while he won none.
Lehman, Els and Woods would all briefly become No. In , Colin Montgomerie also led the rankings in total points earned over the two-year period but never on average points per event ; in Els was top of a similar "total points" list.
Those were the last occasions on which a player led on "total" points but not average points until , when Dustin Johnson similarly had more points in total than the world number one Jason Day.
Woods then finished narrowly ahead of Mark O'Meara even though the latter won two major titles that year while Woods won just once on the PGA Tour.
In March , David Duval became world No. In , Tiger Woods had an unprecedented season of success that saw him earn world ranking points in a single calendar year, so many points that even had his points which represented the previous single-season record been totally discounted from the calculation, Woods would still have had a points average easily high enough to lead the rankings — and Woods would still have led at the end of even had he earned no further points that year.
Tiger Woods dominated the No. Woods responded by winning the very next major, the Masters, and with it regained the No.
Despite earning no further ranking points during his absence, Woods remained No. During , there was much debate as to whether Woods' continued retention of the No.
During the season, several of his rivals for the No. During , the possession of the No. Donald, in becoming the fifteenth world No.
Donald's position at the top of the rankings was justified by his consistency through the rest of the season — becoming the first golfer ever to win the money title on both the European and PGA Tours in the same season.
In March , Donald lost the No. At the end of , McIlroy had opened up a clear lead at the top of the rankings, following his second major victory at the PGA Championship and emulating Donald in leading the money lists on both sides of the Atlantic.
However, by the end of March , a resurgent Tiger Woods had returned to the top of the rankings, after adding three PGA Tour wins in to his three victories from while McIlroy struggled with his form following equipment changes.
Woods then suffered a back injury that sidelined him for the early part of , and in his absence, Adam Scott , winner of the Masters, became the 17th world No.
He held the No. Open , Spieth became the 18th world No. Over the following three weeks, the No. A week later, Spieth regained the No.
On February 19, , Dustin Johnson became the 20th player to reach number one in the rankings following his victory at the Genesis Open.
He would remain number one for over a year before being overtaken in May by Justin Thomas , who had won the PGA championship and four other events in Johnson regained top spot but was overtaken again in September by Justin Rose , who had finished second at the Open and again in two FedEx Cup playoff events.
Rose became the 22nd player to reach number one, and the fourth Englishman.