Golf-World rankings

Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:19pm IST

Nov 19 (Reuters) - World rankings on Monday (U.S. unless 
stated, last week's positions in brackets): 
  1.  (1) Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)   12.59 average points
  2.  (3) Luke Donald (England)              9.06
  3.  (2) Tiger Woods                        9.00
  4.  (4) Lee Westwood (England)             6.60
  5.  (5) Adam Scott (Australia)             6.59
  6.  (6) Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)    6.15
  7.  (7) Justin Rose (England)              6.08
  8.  (8) Jason Dufner                       5.83
  9. (10) Webb Simpson                       5.71
 10.  (9) Brandt Snedeker                    5.64
 11. (11) Bubba Watson                       5.49
 12. (13) Phil Mickelson                     5.21 
 13. (16) Ian Poulter (England)              5.16
 14. (12) Steve Stricker                     5.08
 15. (14) Keegan Bradley                     4.97
 16. (15) Nick Watney                        4.94
 17. (17) Matt Kuchar                        4.88 
 18. (18) Dustin Johnson                     4.81  
 19. (19) Peter Hanson (Sweden)              4.77
 20. (20) Ernie Els (South Africa)           4.69   

 (Editing by Caroline Helly)
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