Golf: Rahm stays number one, Cantlay advances

Scheffler into top 10 after Phoenix win, Migliozzi, Laporta fall

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(ANSA) - ROME, FEB 14 - Spain's Jon Rahm stayed world number one after his 10th place finish at the Phoenix Open while the USA's Collin Morikawa, runner-up in Phoenix, stayed second and his countryman Patrick Cantlay rose from fourth to third.
    Norway's Viktor Hovland dropped from third to fourth and is one spot ahead of Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy, who went from sixth to fifth.
    Former longtime number one Dustin Johnson fell one spot to sixth.
    Scottie Scheffler, who notched his first PGA Tour victory at Phoenix, rose from 15th to ninth.
    For the second straight week the Azzurri were outside the top 100 with Vicenza's Guido Migliozzi dropping from 102nd to 104th after missing the cut at the Ras Al Khaimah Classic (DP World Tour), Francesco Laporta falling from 166th to 171st, and Francesco Molinari sliding from 188th to 183rd. (ANSA).
   

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