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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 29

RK(LW)NAMECOMMENTS
Lee Westwood1(4)Lee Westwood
Not that the Englishman needed another major near-miss to prove his worth but it’s hard to believe he doesn’t collect that coveted Grand Slam sooner rather than later.
Justin Rose
2(1)
Justin Rose
Missed the cut at St. Andrews but he’s still among the best in the game right now, both physically and mentally.
Graeme McDowell
3(2)
Graeme McDowell
Done in by a third-round 76, but for the second consecutive major the Northern Irishman was part of the conversation on the weekend.
Louis Oosthuizen
4(NR)
Louis Oosthuizen
Louis the Great was flawless in fierce conditions at St. Andrews and with two victories this year in Europe he’s overtaken his mentor Ernie Els as the top South African.
Steve Stricker
5(5)
Steve Stricker
Like Mickelson, links golf really isn’t his cup of tea, but the PGA Championship next month is a home game and he’s still one of golf’s top putters,
Rory McIlroy
6(NR)
Rory McIlroy
Took his lumps on Friday and still has yet to post a competitive round in the 70s on the Old Course, but if anyone can learn from his Open experience he will.
Phil Mickelson
7(3)
Phil Mickelson
Made a mess of the Open Championship, but that was hardly unexpected, and he will be impossible to ignore at next month’s PGA Championship.
Luke Donald
8(6)
Luke Donald
Another major without Donald being a factor. Still, the Englishman is having a decent summer.
Jeff Overton
9(10)
Jeff Overton
He tied for 11th at St. Andrews, his fifth top-15 finish in his last nine starts.
Dustin Johnson
10(NR)
Dustin Johnson
Was solid at St. Andrews with his tie for 14th and has clearly put Pebble Beach behind him.

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