Players from outside the United States would match their longest US PGA Tour win streak on record with a sixth consecutive victory this week at the Houston Open.
Since the men’s World Ranking was officially launched in 1986, there have been only 24 world No 1 golfers, writes Brendan Barratt. Predictably, Tiger Woods heads up the list, having held top spot for 683 weeks, but who else has been top dog?
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