Cink, who defeated Ted Purdy in a five-hole extra session, jumped up 21 spots to No. 22 this week. Purdy rose an amazing 188 spots to No. 179.
Tiger Woods remained in first for the 245th consecutive week. Vijay Singh, Ernie Els and Davis Love III held on to their spots from the previous week.
Masters champion Phil Mickelson moved up a notch to fifth, while the 2003 winner at Augusta National, Mike Weir, fell one place to sixth. Jim Furyk, out of action with a wrist injury, stayed in seventh, followed by Padraig Harrington, Retief Goosen and Stuart Appleby.
Kenny Perry, Adam Scott, Chad Campbell, David Toms and Darren Clarke stayed pats at Nos. 11-15.
Scott Verplank kept his spot at No. 16, while Jonathan Kaye moved up two to 17th. Nick Price fell one to 18 and 50-year-old Jay Haas returned to the top-20 at 19th.
K.J. Choi once again rounded out the top-20.
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