Madrid, Dec 2) .- The Spaniard Pablo Larrazábal wins 105 places in the world golf classification, going from 261 to 156, after his victory in the Alfred Dunhill Championship of South Africa, which ends four and a half years of absence of victories .
Larrazábal added his fifth victory in the European circuit, where he had not won since June 2015 when the BMW International Open was awarded.
The absence of a tournament in the PGA, this week, and the end of the season means that there is hardly any movement in the first places of the world list. In fact the first change is that of the Australian Adam Scott who wins three to move to the fifteenth.
The American Brooks Koepka is still in command, with the Norwegian Rory McIlroy in second place and the Spanish Jon Rahm in the third.
The Spanish Sergio García is in 35th place, he wins two this week, and the Mexican Abraham Ancer, 38, precedes the also Spanish Rafael Cabrera, 39.
The Chilean Joaquín Niemann, 56, the Spanish Jorge Campillo, 95, and the Argentine Emiliano Grillo, 99, complete the Ibero-American presence in the top 100.