Tiger Woods failed in his quest to win three PGA Championships in a row, but held on to the No. 1 spot in the world. Woods has now missed out in the top-10 five consecutive starts for the first time in his professional career.
Phil Mickelson suffered another major heartache on Sunday when Toms rolled in his eight-foot par putt at the 18th, but he held on to second in the world as he prepares for this week's NEC Invitational.
David Duval remained in third, followed by Ernie Els, Vijay Singh and Davis Love III.
Spain's Sergio Garcia missed the cut at the PGA Championship but held on to No. 7 in the rankings.
Toms entered the top-20 with his win at the Compaq Classic this year, but his first major title jumped into eighth place.
Two European stars, Darren Clarke and Colin Montgomerie, each fell one notch to round out the top-10.
Mike Weir and Lee Westwood also dropped a spot to 11 and 12, but Jim Furyk used a seventh place finish at the Atlanta Athletic Club to move up one place to 13.
Thomas Bjorn and Padraig Harrington, two European players who are on pace to make the Ryder Cup team, each dipped two places to 14th and 15th, followed by Hal Sutton, who kept his 16th place.
Michael Campbell fell two spots to No. 17 while Scott Hoch climbed two places to 18, as he will gear up for his second Ryder Cup appearance in September.
U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen went from 17th to 19th this week and Mark Calcavecchia used a tie for fourth at the PGA Championship to get back into the top-20.
Paul Azinger and Scott Verplank were picked by U.S. captain Curtis Strange on Monday to play in the Ryder Cup matches as wild-card picks. Azinger held on to his 24th ranking from last week, while Verplank rose two spots to No. 25.
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