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No movement in World Golf Rankings Top-10

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Tiger Woods kept his position atop the official World Golf Rankings Monday following the postponement of the 2001 Ryder Cup.
 
Woods has confirmed the he will play in the 19th Annual Skins Game at the Landmark Golf Club in Indo, CA, scheduled for November 25th and 26th.
 
Phil Mickelson kept his spot at No.2, followed by David Duval and Ernie Els.
 
Vijay Singh, who missed the cut at the Pennsylvania Classic, retained his fifth-ranked position. He was followed by Davis Love III and Sergio Garcia, who overcame a four-shot deficit to win the Trophe Lancme this weekend.
 
Darren Clarke, the European Ryder Cup points leader, remained in eighth. David Toms, one of the three U.S. Ryder Cup players who is in the field at the Texas Open at LaCantera this week, kept his spot at ninth followed by Jim Furyk.
 
Colin Montgomerie missed the cut at the Trophe Lancme but retained his 11th- ranked position in the standings. He is followed by Padraig Harrington, who moved up one spot.
 
Retief Goosen jumped two spots in the rankings from 15th to 13th. Goosen had a four-shot lead with seven holes to play at the Trophe Lancme but relinquished his lead to Garcia on the final hole.
 
Scott Verplank stayed at 14, followed by fellow U.S. Ryder Cup player Scott Hoch who dropped three spots from 12th to 15th.
 
Mike Weir of Canada remained at 16, while European Ryder Cupper Thomas Bjorn moved from 20th to 17th. Mark Calcavecchia dropped to 18, followed by Paul Azinger and Lee Westwood.
 
European Ryder Cup member Jesper Parnevik dropped one spot to 25th. His American counterpart Stewart Cink dropped four spots from 26th to 30th.
 
Members of the U.S. Ryder Cup team will gather this Tuesday at the Texas Open to remember the victims of the attacks at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and western Pennsylvania.