Zach Johnson jumps to No. 15 in world rankings after Masters win
Zach Johnson’s win at The Masters Sunday pushed him to 15th in the world rankings, a jump of 41 places. He is the first player ranked higher than 50 to win The Masters since the rankings started more than two decades ago …
In other Zach Johnson news, the 31-year-old golfer from Iowa has said he will play in the Travelers Championship, which has a new $6 million purse, in June …
“Zach’s win at The Masters was phenomenal,” said tournament director Nathan Grube yesterday. “It was the kind of win that keeps spectators holding their breath and keeps golf fans talking about it long after the last shot.”
Tiger Woods’ new tournament in Washington, D.C., the AT&T National, will be played at Congressional Country Club for the next two years. More than 90 percent of the club’s members voted in favor of hosting the event, club president Stuart Long said Friday …
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A) Zach's rank was higher than 50 and it dropped 41 places to 15. or
B) He was ranked lower than 50, and his ranking jumped 41 places.
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