Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2023 Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Rome, Italy
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In a week that saw a number of familiar faces return to the golf spotlight, five-time U.S. Ryder Cup team member Stewart Cink stepped back into the PGA TOUR winner’s circle at the age of 47 with a victory at the RBC Heritage.

Cink, who picked up his third RBC Heritage title with the win, bested the field by four strokes and became just the fourth player age 47 or older to win multiple times in a season on TOUR since 1960, joining Sam Snead, Julius Boros and Kenny Perry. He picked up his first win of the 2020-2021 season last September at the Safeway Open, ending an 11-year drought following his victory at the Open Championship in 2009. With the win, Cink advances 13 spots in the U.S. Team ranking, up from 37 to 24.

The largest jump in the standings this week belongs to Harold Varner III, who finished at a career-best T2, catapulting the North Carolina native up 27 spots to 39th.

Not to be outdone, U.S. Team Captain Steve Stricker also picked up a W for the week, taking home the victory at the Chubb Classic, his sixth PGA TOUR Champions title.

RankName (Previous Rank)
1Dustin Johnson (1)
2Bryson DeChambeau (2)
3Justin Thomas (3)
4Collin Morikawa (4)
5Xander Schauffele (5)
6Brooks Koepka (6)
7Patrick Reed (7)
8Tony Finau (8)
9Webb Simpson (9)
10Daniel Berger (10)
11Jordan Spieth (11)
12Billy Horschel (12)

For a full list of the Top 100 in the U.S. Ryder Cup standings, click here. The points system for this year's American team will include the top six point earners securing spots and the remaining six will be selected by Captain Stricker following the 2021 TOUR Championship.

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