Visit all PGA TOURS:

 

Visit the World's PGA's:

 

 

Golf Academy

  

WGC Proshop

 

WGC Charities

 

Golf News

 

Member-Guest

 

Committees

1

Demo Days

 

on facebook

 

Hole-In-One's

 

Golf Jokes

 

Associations

 

Courses For Sale

 

Contact Us

  

Carin Koch, LPGA

WGC Staff Pro

 

Visit Her Profile Here

 

 

Member Services.....

FREE Membership Enter GolfConnect Change Membership

 

Jordan Spieth will regain No. 1...

 

 

Jordan Spieth is on top again.
 

And around and around we go. Jordan Spieth lost his No. 1 ranking to Rory McIlroy last week after missing the cut at The Barclays. This week, after missing the cut at the Deutsche Bank Championship, he will regain it.

Such is life when the Official World Golf Ranking is involved.

No matter what Spieth did, he was going to regain his No. 1 slot as long as Rory McIlroy didn't finish better than 10th (he's currently 30th after four rounds) and Jason Day didn't win (he's seven strokes back with nine holes to go).

So Spieth is back as the top dog after, ironically, missing two straight cuts for the first time in his career. There's really no use in trying to figure out the tiny numbers that decide such things or who's going to be No. 1 the following week. The only thing that really matters is that any of these three can be No. 1 in any given week now. If none of them win the rest of this year, that will likely continue into the beginning of 2016.

 

John Herlong, PGA

WebGolfClub Staff Writer

herlong@pga.com

September 7, 2015

 

 

WebGolfClub.com is Recognized by the

PGA of America

 

 

 John Herlong, PGA

(Director of Golf)

 

 

 

 WebGolfClub

Staff Professionals since 2000:

 

Carin Koch, LPGA

Golf Pro Staff Director

 

Greg Ellis, PGA

Southwest, USA

 

Scott Thompson, PGA

Midwest, USA

 

Karl Eriksson, SPGA

Scandinavia

 

David Chew, JPGA

Asia

 

 


WebGolfClub All rights reserved 2015