Patrick Cantlay rose seven spots in Official World Golf Ranking after playoff win at Memorial

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After Patrick Cantlay’s win at the Memorial, he rose seven spots in the Official World Golf Ranking from No.15 to No.7, one spot off of his career-best, sixth.  

Collin Morikawa, who Cantlay edged out in the playoff, rose from sixth in the world to fourth, tying his career-high. 

John Rahm, who tied Tiger Woods for the largest 54-hole lead ever at the Memorial with a six-shot lead but was forced to withdraw following the third round due to a positive COVID-19 test, will remain the third-best player in the world. 

Bryson DeChambeau, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth all tied for 18th at the Memorial and Dechambeau fell from No. 4 to No. 5, McIlroy from No. 10 to No. 8 and Spieth remained at 23. 

2020 PGA Tour rookie of the year Scottie Scheffler who was in contention during the back-nine in the Memorial’s final round but finished third, rose from No. 24 to No.17, tying his career-high. 

Bernd Wiesberger, Ian Poulter and Charley Hoffman all crack the top-60 ensuring a spot in next week’s U.S. Open at Torrey Pines. Hoffman withdrew from the U.S. Open qualifying in Columbus on Monday due to automatically clinching a spot by being top-60.