Harrington back in world’s top 20

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Padraig Harrington has moved back into the world’s top 20 with his first victory in over two years at the Johor Open in Malaysia.

Padraig Harrington has moved back into the world’s top 20 with his first victory in over two years at the Johor Open in Malaysia on Sunday.

Tiger Woods remains tbe World No 1, but Lee Westwood is now just 0.10 points behind him in the official world rankings after the rankings were upgraded on this Monday morning.

Latest leading positions: 1 Tiger Woods 8.49pts, 2 Lee Westwood 8.39, 3 Phil Mickelson 8.12, 4 Martin Kaymer 8.11, 5 Steve Stricker 7.45, 6 Jim Furyk 7.29, 7 Paul Casey 6.07, 8 Luke Donald 5.70, 9 Rory McIlroy 5.49, 10 Matt Kuchar 5.32, 11 Ernie Els 5.27, 12 Dustin Johnson 5.00, 13 Graeme McDowell 4.82, 14 Hunter Mahan 4.68, 15 Edoardo Molinari 4.67, 16 Ian Poulter 4.56, 17 Retief Goosen 4.35, 18 Zach Johnson 4.10, 19 Padraig Harrington 4.05, 20 Louis Oosthuizen 4.03.
Other leading Europeans: 23 Justin Rose, 25 Miguel Angel Jimenez, 26 Ross Fisher, 30 Francesco Molinari, 35 Robert Karlsson, 42 Peter Hanson, 47 Henrik Stenson, 51 Alvaro Quiros, 58 Martin Laird, 59 Rhys Davies, 67 Danny Willett, 68 Sergio Garcia, 70 Simon Dyson, 74 Fredrik Andersson Hed, 75 Oliver Wilson, 76 Stephen Gallacher, 86 David Horsey, 87 Brian Davis, 90 Soren Kjeldsen, 91 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 97 Chris Wood, 100 Darren Clarke.

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