Golf-World rankings

Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:58pm IST

Jan 14 (Reuters) - World rankings on Monday (U.S. unless 
stated, last week's positions in brackets): 
  1.  (1) Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)   12.83 average points
  2.  (3) Tiger Woods                        8.28
  3.  (2) Luke Donald (England)              8.28
  4.  (6) Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)    6.71
  5.  (4) Justin Rose (England)              6.23
  6.  (5) Adam Scott (Australia)             6.14
  7.  (7) Lee Westwood (England)             5.81
  8.  (8) Brandt Snedeker                    5.39
  9.  (9) Bubba Watson                       5.35
 10. (13) Steve Stricker                     5.12
 11. (10) Jason Dufner                       5.09
 12. (11) Keegan Bradley                     5.07
 13. (12) Dustin Johnson                     5.02
 14. (15) Ian Poulter (England)              5.01
 15. (14) Webb Simpson                       4.88
 16. (16) Charl Schwartzel (South Africa)    4.76
 17. (17) Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland) 4.69
 18. (18) Sergio Garcia (Spain)              4.58
 19. (19) Phil Mickelson                     4.51
 20. (20) Peter Hanson (Sweden)              4.48

 (Editing by Tom Pilcher)
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