Leonard Moves into Top-20 Tiger Remains No 2


Vijay Singh remained in first place for the second consecutive week, followed by Masters champion Tiger Woods. Ernie Els stayed in third, while Phil Mickelson, Retief Goosen and Adam Scott held their spots from last week.
Sergio Garcia and Chris DiMarco switched places from last week with the Spaniard moving to seventh and the American falling to eighth. Padraig Harrington and David Toms each moved up one, while last week's runaway Colonial winner Kenny Perry dipped two to No. 11.
Donald and Stewart Cink held on to 12th and 13th, respectively. Angel Cabrera won the BMW Championship on the European Tour and climbed 14 places to No. 14. Mike Weir rounded out the top-15.
Darren Clarke fell two to 16th, while Stuart Appleby dropped to No. 17. Americans Davis Love III and Jim Furyk each slipped one notch to 18th and 19th, respectively.
Justin Leonard won the FedEx St. Jude Classic on Sunday and jumped nine places to 20th. He collected his second win of the season and earned a berth in the U.S. Open for being in the top-10 on the PGA Tour money list so far in 2005.
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