Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Justin Rose goes up to World No. 1 ranking
Justin Rose has been confirmed as the 22nd man to be world No 1 since the Official World Golf Rankings were introduced in 1986, and he is the sixth from Great Britain and Ireland to achieve the feat.
Rose's consolation for his play-off defeat to Keegan Bradley at the BMW Championship was significant as he ended Dustin Johnson's 13-week stay at the summit, but can the 38-year-old get close to surpassing Sir Nick Faldo?
The six-time major winner remains the longest-serving world No 1 from the UK, spending a total of 97 weeks at the top, while Rory McIlroy is just a couple of weeks behind.



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