McDowell retains Top 50 spot

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Graeme McDowell has retained his world top 50 spot this week and will be part of the WGC field in Miami next week.

Northern Ireland’s Graeme McDowell has kept his place in the world’s top 50 and will therefore be part of the field for next week’s WGC-CA Championship in Miami.
In the meantime, Hunter Mahan’s victory in the Phoenix Open takes the young American from 33rd to 22nd in the new rankings, while Ian Poulter stays fifth after finishing joint 24th in the event.
Latest leading positions: 1 Tiger Woods 12.37pts, 2 Steve Stricker 7.83, 3 Phil Mickelson 7.42, 4 Lee Westwood 6.94, 5 Ian Poulter 6.29, 6 Paul Casey 5.94, 7 Jim Furyk 5.26, 8 Martin Kaymer 5.13, 9 Rory McIlroy 4.93, 10 Padraig Harrington 4.83 11 Henrik Stenson 4.81, 12 Geoff Ogilvy 4.68, 13 Sergio Garcia 4.37, 14 Robert Allenby 4.30, 15 Kenny Perry 4.29, 16 Retief Goosen 3.98, 17 Ernie Els 3.95, 18 Robert Karlsson 3.95, 19 Sean O’Hair 3.93, 20 Stewart Cink 3.93.
Other leading Europeans: 23 Ross Fisher, 24 Luke Donald, 31 Alvaro Quiros, 33 Miguel Angel Jimenez, 36 Oliver Wilson, 45 Anders Hansen, 46 Soren Kjeldsen, 47 Edoardo Molinari, 48 Francesco Molinari, 49 Graeme McDowell, 50 Soren Hansen, 55 Simon Dyson, 57 Peter Hanson, 59 Alexander Noren, 63 Ross McGowan, 68 Chris Wood, 70 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 76 Justin Rose, 88 Gregory Bourdy, 90 Shane Lowry, 92 Martin Laird.

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