Woods increased his lead over second-ranked Vijay Singh to 9.15 average points by defeating David Toms and Camilo Villegas by a shot at Doral. And other than Toms' leapfrogging of Adam Scott for the No. 8 spot in the world, there was no other change in the top 10.
Singh was followed by Retief Goosen, Ernie Els and Phil Mickelson to round out the top five. Sergio Garcia remained sixth, trailed by Jim Furyk, Toms, Scott and Chris DiMarco.
Colin Montgomerie held on to the 11th spot, but things changed a little after that. Luke Donald moved up to 12th, dropping David Howell to 13, while Davis Love III and Michael Campbell remained 14th and 15th.
Rory Sabbatini climbed two places to 16th, Kenny Perry was 17th again, and Henrik Stenson and Chad Campbell moved up one spot apiece to 18th and 19th, respectively. Padraig Harrington also moved up one slot to round out the top 20.
Making room for Harrington in the top 20 was Angel Cabrera, who tumbled six places from 16th to 22nd this week.
Villegas' tie for second place at Doral moved him into the world top 100 at 95th.