Rose reaches career high
Last updated: 26th November 2012
Justin Rose's second place finish at the DP World Tour Championship has seen him rise to fourth in the world rankings, his highest ever position.
The Englishman climbs from seventh heading into the week, moving past Louis Oosthuizen, Adam Scott and Lee Westwood.
Despite seeing Rose nip ahead of him, Scott remains in fifth spot after Westwood's poor showing in Dubai saw him drop to sixth. It is the lowest spot that Westwood has held in more than three years.
1 Rory McIlroy 13.60pts
2 Luke Donald 9.28
3 Tiger Woods 8.89
4 Justin Rose 6.66
5 Adam Scott 6.50
6 Lee Westwood 6.39
7 Louis Oosthuizen 6.35
8 Jason Dufner 5.74
9 Webb Simpson 5.61
10 Brandt Snedeker 5.56
11 Bubba Watson 5.39
12 Ian Poulter 5.13
13 Phil Mickelson 5.13
14 Steve Stricker 4.98
15 Keegan Bradley 4.90
16 Nick Watney 4.86
17 Peter Hanson 4.81
18 Matt Kuchar 4.79
19 Dustin Johnson 4.73
20 Ernie Els 4.64.
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