Several Changes in Latest World Rankings


Tiger Woods extended his record for most consecutive weeks at No. 1 in the latest World Golf Rankings but several players moved around the top-20.
Phil Mickelson earned his second PGA Tour victory of the year when he hung on to win the Greater Hartford Open. The lefthander remained in second place this week followed by Ernie Els.
Vijay Singh and Sergio Garcia rounded out the top-five for the second consecutive week.
David Duval jumped two spots to sixth followed by defending Order of Merit champion Lee Westwood.
Davis Love III missed the cut in Connecticut and fell two to eighth while Colin Montgomerie, who captured his first European Tour victory in over a year at the Irish Open, held on to ninth.
Tom Lehman climbed two places to round out the top-10.
Canada's Mike Weir dropped one to 11th as Darren Clarke, who shared second behind Montgomerie, rose one to 12.
Hal Sutton fell two notches to 13th while Michael Campbell climbed two spots to No. 14. Thomas Bjorn stayed in 15th place.
Jim Furyk dropped from 14th to 16th followed by Nick Price, David Toms and Angel Cabrera, who finished 17th, 18th and 19th, respectively.
Padraig Harrington, another runner-up to Monty, jumped four places to 20th as Mark Calcavecchia fell into Harrington's place from a week ago.
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