The big movers in the rankings from this weekend’s action at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am

After an enthralling event at Pebble Beach, we take a look at the players which have seen significant change to their rankings.

The sixth PGA TOUR tournament of the calendar year certainly didn't disappoint. How could it when it's held at a venue which is every golfer's dream?

Yes, many of the 'big' hitters weren't involved, but the golf on show was still top class at times.

The leaderboard was constantly chopping and changing on the final day, with some upcoming stars really making a name for themselves.

But whose rankings significantly changed after the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am?

Daniel Berger

Daniel Berger was a man on a mission throughout the final 18 holes and his 30ft eagle-putt capped off a fantastic performance to secure his fourth TOUR win.

The triumph at Pebble Beach saw the American jump four places in the Ryder Cup rankings.

He's now only two from Colin Morikawa who occupies the final position of automatic qualification.

The 27-year-old became only the third player in the last 30 years to make four eagles in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and he's now knocking on the top 10 door of the Official World Golf Rankings.

Climbing two places to 13th in the world, Berger's best ever OWGR position is 12th.

It doesn't stop there. The man who has now won two TOUR events in the space of eight months, rocketed up the FedEx Cup standings.

Breaking into the top 10, he soared from 63rd following his success at Pebble Beach.

Patrick Cantlay

After his stunning 10-under opener at Pebble Beach, Patrick Cantlay looked in fine form as he sat at the top of the leaderboard.

His score on Friday was one to forget but his weekend play was back to what we're used to seeing and he ended in tied third.

It was another top 10 finish for the 28-year-old which catapulted him to No.1 in the FedEx Cup rankings.

Cantlay has accumulated 1,179 points from eight events so far, with one win and four top 10 places to his name.

The American's putting improved in Sunday's closer.

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He went from being ranked 62/67 in the third round from strokes gained putting to 16th as Sunday came to a close.

Jumping three places to 8th in the OWGR, he'll now be looking to keep this consistency going into The Genesis Invitational this week.

Maverick McNearly

The surprise package that is Maverick McNearly.

His solo second place finish has seen him beat many personal records and reach his highest ever position in the OWGR.

Posting 6-under on the final day to score -16 overall for the tournament, it was his second top 5 finish in 50 career starts.

Ascending 63 places from 189th to 126th in the world, McNearly has also crept inside the top 30 places in the FedEx Cup standings, leaping from 93rd.

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However, he could only watch on in amazement when he saw Berger drain that 30-footer to seal the deal.

At only 25-years-old, he's definitely one to look out for this season.

Jordan Spieth

A large number of golf fans would have been routing for Jordan Spieth to win his first TOUR event in nearly four years.

Despite the perfect ending not quite working out, Spieth's T3 finish at Pebble Beach keeps him rising in the OWGR.

He's now 62nd in the world, going from 69th after he tied-4th at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Jordan Spieth at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.
Jordan Spieth at the Pebble Beach Pro-Am.

Posting back-to-back top five placings on TOUR for the first time since 2018, the Texan's biggest move is in the FedEx Cup standings where he's risen from 111th to 64th.

These last two events have seen Spieth rediscover the form which was once unbeatable at times and he's now 21st in the Ryder Cup standings - moving up seven places.

Cameron Tringale

Cameron Tringale's T7th finish meant that it was his second top 10 in his last five TOUR outings.

Tringale hasn't won a solo event on the PGA TOUR but recent performances suggest that he could be another we see clamber up the rankings.

The 33-year-old is now 88th in the OWGR, but more noticeable he sits just outside the top 30 places in the FedEx Cup standings at 32nd. He moved from 43rd.

Shooting seven birdies in his final round and leading the field in strokes gained putting (6.299), Tringale also jumped nine places in the Ryder Cup rankings - sitting 46th.

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