It’s Been A Dream My Entire Life” – Morikawa On World No.1 Spot

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Collin Morikawa once again has the chance to reach the World No.1 position this week after throwing away a five shot lead in his last start at December’s Hero World Challenge. The American has been one of the world’s best players from the moment he turned professional in June 2019 where he has gone on to win both the PGA and Open Championships in his debuts, a World Golf Championship and also became the first American winner of the Race to Dubai in November.

Morikawa would become just the fourth player to become men’s world number one before turning 25, joining Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth. The Californian described the prospect of becoming the world’s top male golfer as “a dream” he has had his entire life.


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