Position in the Official World Golf Ranking, an improvement of seven spots and a career high, for American Patrick Cantlay, who won the Memorial Tournament on Sunday. With the victory, his second on the PGA Tour, Cantlay has posted top-10 finishes in four consecutive starts, dating to a T-9 at the Masters. The first seven spots in the OWGR remained unchanged, with American Brooks Koepka at the top for the third consecutive week. Adam Scott, the runner-up at Memorial, improved to No. 17 in the world, his first appearance in the top 20 since September 2017.
Number of sectional qualifiers that were staged Monday – eight across the U.S., plus events in England and Canada – to complete the field for next week’s U.S. Open (scores).
Odds for American Brooks Koepka, the favorite, to win the U.S. Open, according to Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Koepka, 29, will be bidding for his third consecutive Open title and fifth major championship. Dustin Johnson was the No. 2 choice, at 7-1, followed by Tiger Woods (10-1) and Jordan Spieth (14-1).