Campbell, who was ranked 38th before the Sony Open, is up to 17th after this win and a runner-up finish at the Sony two weeks ago.
Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh maintained their firm holds on the top two spots in the world. Retief Goosen also held steady at No. 3. Phil Mickelson and Ernie Els exchanged spaces from last week with the American up to four and the South African slipping to fifth.
Sergio Garcia, Jim Furyk and David Toms remained sixth through eighth for the second straight week. Chris DiMarco, winner of the inaugural Abu Dhabi Golf Championship on the European Tour, climbed two slots to ninth.
Adam Scott and Colin Montgomerie were each down one to 10 and 11. Kenny Perry moved up a notch to 12, while Angel Cabrera dipped one to 13th. Michael Campbell and David Howell also flip-flopped spots with Campbell up to 14 and Howell dropping to 15.
Luke Donald held on to the 16th position with Chad Campbell up to 17th. Padraig Harrington, Darren Clarke and Davis Love III each fell one space to round out the top-20.