McDowell jumps to 13th in world ranking

June 22, 2010

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Graeme McDowell became the first European to win the U.S. Open in 40 years on Sunday and that helped him leap 24 places to No. 13 in the latest world golf rankings.

McDowell become the eighth European player ranked in the top 15 and also reached a career-best ranking.

After the first five remained the same, there was plenty of movement. Tiger Woods held on to the top spot and was followed by Phil Mickelson, Lee Westwood, Steve Stricker and Jim Furyk.

Ernie Els moved up a notch to sixth and bumped Luke Donald down one to seventh. Paul Casey and Ian Poulter also exchanged places with Casey moving to eighth. Rory McIlroy held steady at No. 10.

Martin Kaymer replaced Anthony Kim in 11th as Kim dipped one to 12th and he was followed by McDowell.

Robert Allenby, Padraig Harrington and Camilo Villegas all fell one place from last week. Retief Goosen stayed put in 17th, Zach Johnson slid two to 18th and Geoff Ogilvy dipped a notch to 19th.

Tim Clark improved a pair to 20th, while Hunter Mahan and Y.E. Yang both fell two places out of the top 20 to 21st and 22nd respectively.


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