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Lee Westwood remains at top of world rankings

LONDON –  Lee Westwood has kept his place at the top of the world golf rankings for the third straight week despite not playing last week.

Former No. 1 Tiger Woods remained second after finishing fourth at the Australian Masters on Sunday.

The only change in the top 10 was Graeme McDowell’s move to ninth from 10th, jumping ahead of Rory McIlroy.

Adam Scott moved from 41st to 20th after winning the Singapore Open on Monday.