Thursday, September 08, 2011

Tiger Woods falls to 44th in rankings

Posted by Admin On 10:14 AM


Tiger Woods has fall a further six places to 44th in the world golf rankings. Fellow American Webb Simpson leapt from 27th to 14th with his play-off conquest over Chez Reavie in the Deutsche Bank Championship, second of the FedEx Cup play-off events.
Thomas Bjorn's victory in the Omega European Masters in Switzerland on Sunday lift him from 59th to 28th.Latest leading position in the world golf rankings:
1 Luke Donald 10.41, 2 Lee Westwood 8.16, 3 Martin Kaymer 7.03, 4 Rory McIlroy 6.88, 5 Steve Stricker 6.84, 6 Dustin Johnson 6.75, 7 Jason Day 6.09, 8 Phil Mickelson 5.84, 9 Matt Luchar 5.84, 10 Adam Scott 5.83
11 Nick Watney 5.36, 12 Charl Schwartzel 5.11, 13 Graeme McDowell 4.75, 14 Webb Simpson 4.67, 15 Bubba Watson 4.66, 16 KJ Choi 4.58, 17 David Toms 4.07, 18 Ian Poulter 4.02, 19 Paul Casey 3.93, 20 Robert Karlsson 3.86
Other leading Europeans:

24 Francesco Molinari, 26 Anders Hansen, 28 Thomas Bjorn, 29 Martin Laird, 31 Matteo Manassero, 33 Alvaro Quiros, 36 Miguel Angel Jimenez, 37 Justin Rose, 38 Darren Clarke, 47 Sergio Garcia, 51 Peter Hanson, 52 Edoardo Molinari, 55 Simon Dyson, 61 Fredrik Jacobson, 68 Alexander Noren, 72 Ross Fisher, 75 Padraig Harrington, 79 Nicolas Colsaerts, 83 Brian Davis, 84 Raphael Jacquelin, 89 Fredrik Andersson Hed, 91 Pablo Larrazabal, 92 Jamie Donaldson, 98 Stephen Gallacher

 

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