Gonzalez moves up in rankings

Ricardo Gonzalez’s victory in the SAS Masters in Sweden on Sunday has moved him up 154 places on the world rankings to 162nd.

Ricardo Gonzalez’s victory in the SAS Masters in Sweden on Sunday has moved him up 154 places on the world rankings to 162nd.

The new list was delayed because of the rain-hit Canadian Open going into an extra day. Australian Nathan Green won that after a play-off with Retief Goosen and he leaps 140 spots to 150th.

Latest leading positions:

1 Tiger Woods 10.59pts, 2 Phil Mickelson 8.37, 3 Paul Casey 6.66, 4 Kenny Perry 6.13, 5 Sergio Garcia 5.91, 6 Henrik Stenson 5.80, 7 Steve Stricker 5.79, 8 Geoff Ogilvy 5.63, 9 Jim Furyk 5.04, 10 Stewart Cink 4.97

11 Vijay Singh 4.84, 12 Martin Kaymer 4.83, 13 Camilo Villegas 4.64, 14 Lee Westwood 4.57, 15 Sean O’Hair 4.33, 16 Anthony Kim 4.31, 17 Padraig Harrington 4.24, 18 Robert Karlsson 4.21, 19 Retief Goosen 4.17, 20 Ian Poulter 3.92

Other leading Europeans:

22 Ross Fisher, 24 Rory McIlroy, 26 Luke Donald, 32 Soren Kjeldsen, 37 Alvaro Quiros, 39 Miguel Angel Jimenez, 40 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 45 Soren Hansen, 46 Oliver Wilson, 47 Graeme McDowell, 51 Justin Rose, 57 Peter Hanson, 59 Chris Wood, 60 Anders Hansen, 63 Francesco Molinari, 66 Nick Dougherty, 80 Thomas Levet, 84 Anthony Wall, 95 Johan Edfors.

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