Ahn Byung-hoon maintained the same 42nd place as last week in the men’s golf world rankings released on the 1st (Korea Standard Time).

Augusta National Golf Club, which hosts and hosts the Masters, will offer invitations to players who were not qualified to participate in the Masters among those ranked 50th based on the world ranking announced on the day. Ahn Byung-hoon, who was ranked 42nd in the world as of the day, has also secured a berth to participate in the Masters.

Ahn lost his seed last year and played in the Conferry Tour (part 2), where his world ranking was once pushed out of the 300th place, but after returning to the PGA Tour last year, he performed well in the second half of the year and raised his ranking to 60th. Since the beginning of this year, he has been listed in the top 10 three times, ranking in the top 50 in the world, and eventually succeeded in getting on the last train heading to the Masters.

On this day, Ahn Byung-hoon was the only player who succeeded in participating in the Masters based on the world ranking.

Stefan Yeager of Germany, who won his first championship in his 135th tournament at the Texas Children’s Houston Open on the PGA Tour, won the Masters as the winner.

The winner of the Valero Texas Open, which will open on the 5th, will take the final one remaining at the Masters.

Jaeger, who won the Houston Open, won his first career championship, and not only participated in the Masters, but also raised his world ranking from 71st to 43rd, receiving a double slope.

Scottie Scheffler of the U.S., who attempted to win three consecutive championships but finished runner-up, averaged 12.03 points, beating Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland, 7.36 points), who is ranked second in the world, and is expected to lead the world ranking for the time being.

John Lam (Spain), Wyndham Clark (USA), and Xander Schauffley (USA) have not changed their rankings to the 10th place in the world.

Among Korean athletes, Kim Joo-hyung (22) rose one notch to 21st, becoming the highest ranking. Lim Seong-jae (26) who failed to achieve good results recently dropped two notches to 39th. Kim Si-woo (29) was ranked 45th.

BY: 토토사이트

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