The PGA Tour is in full swing now and we are heading to Mexico this week for the first World Golf Championship event of the year.
Justin Thomas picked up a victory at the Honda Classic to secure his seventh win in 32 events. It moved him ahead of close friend and rival, Jordan Spieth, in the rankings for the very first time. Is it enough to send him to the top of the power rankings though?#
10 – Tommy Fleetwood
Heading into the back nine on Sunday at the Honda Classic, Fleetwood was leading and looked like he was going to win his first PGA Tour event. However, bogeys on 14 and 15 put an end to those hopes. However, he is showing great form as we head towards the big tournaments this year. He will be very hopeful of a good finish at the WGC Mexico Championship.
9 – Alex Noren
Like Fleetwood, Noren put himself in position to win the Honda Classic. He came up just short though but his third place was his second top three finish in four events after finishing as runner-up in the Farmers Insurance Open. He is starting to make a name for himself on the PGA Tour after years of being one of the best players in Europe.