Maruyama Cabrera Make Big Moves in World Rankings


Shigeki Maruyama earned his second PGA Tour victory Sunday with his win at the Verizon Byron Nelson Classic and that win jumped Maruyama up 23 places to No. 33 in this week's World Golf Rankings.
Angel Cabrera won the Benson & Hedges International Open on Sunday thanks to a birdie on his 17th hole. The Argentinean's second title on the European circuit moved him up 12 notches to No. 12.
Tiger Woods, who took third place at the Byron Nelson Classic, remains comfortably in first place.
Phil Mickelson held on to second, followed by Ernie Els, Retief Goosen and Sergio Garcia, who completes the top-five.
David Duval once again came in sixth but David Toms moved up one place to seventh. Vijay Singh dipped one notch to eighth, while Padraig Harrington and Chris DiMarco switched spots from last week with the Irishman ninth and DiMarco 10th.
Davis Love III, winless since last year's Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, kept his 11th spot from last week.
Cabrera came in 12th while Rocco Mediate fell one rung to 13. Darren Clarke, who missed the cut at the Belfry, held on to No. 14.
Canada's Mike Weir missed the cut at the Byron Nelson Classic and dropped two places to 15. Jose Maria Olazabal fell one spot to No. 16, followed by Germany's Bernhard Langer, who stayed put at 17.
Scott Verplank dipped two to No. 18. Jim Furyk and Bob Estes each dropped one place to come in 19th and 20th, respectively.
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