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Here are GolfChannel.com’s Power Rankings, a weekly barometer of the hottest players in the game:
2010 Power Rankings: Week 28

RK(LW)NAMECOMMENTS
Justin Rose1(1)Justin RoseSpent last week resting and getting ready for the Open Championship. But after a pair of wins in his last three PGA Tour starts, Rose keeps the top spot in our ranking.
Graeme McDowell
2(3)
Graeme McDowell
McDowell tied for 21st at the Scottish Open, thanks to a closing 4-over 75. Still, he rose a spot due to the previous No. 2's performance in Scotland (see below).
Phil Mickelson
3(2)
Phil Mickelson
Mickelson missed the cut at the Scottish Open, yet another missed opportunity to become the No. 1 player in the world. But it could turn out to be a good thing as he had a few extra days to practice on the Old Course.
Lee Westwood
4(4)
Lee Westwood
Westwood skipped the Scottish Open, but now gets another shot at that elusive first major.
Steve Stricker
5(NR)
Steve Stricker
Stricker picked up his first victory in five months thanks to an impressive title defense at the John Deere. As a result, he moves into the top 5 of our rankings,
Luke Donald
6(7)
Luke Donald
Took last week off, but still has eight top-15 finishes around the world this season, including a victory in Madrid in May.
Jim Furyk
7(5)
Jim Furyk
Bit of an uncharacteristic season for Furyk. Instead of being a consistent top-10 machine, he only has four in 14 starts this season. Two of those, however, are wins.
Bo Van Pelt
8(6)
Bo Van Pelt
Didn't play the John Deere, but BVP has five top-10 finishes in his last nine starts on Tour.
Ernie Els
9(8)
Ernie Els
Els has a pair of wins this year on the PGA Tour, but he continues to slide down our list thanks to another recent poor performance, this time a missed cut in Scotland.
Jeff Overton
10(NR)
Jeff Overton
Overton cracks the list for the first time despite withdrawing from the John Deere. In his last eight starts, he has four top-3 finishes.

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