Perry now World number four

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American Kenny Perry has moved up to a career-best fourth in the world rankings just six weeks away from his 49th birthday.

American Kenny Perry has moved up to a career-best fourth in the world rankings just six weeks away from his 49th birthday.
Masters runner-up Perry fired a closing 63 to win the US Tour’s Travelers Championship to move above Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Geoff Ogilvy.
Nick Dougherty’s victory at the BMW International Open in Munich took him from 120th to 64th, but Ernie Els is out of the top 20 for the first time since 1993 and Justin Rose’s missed cut in the States saw him drop him out of the game’s top 50.
Latest leading positions:
1 Tiger Woods 10.28pts, 2 Phil Mickelson 8.44, 3 Paul Casey 6.91, 4 Kenny Perry 6.42, 5 Sergio Garcia 6.19, 6 Henrik Stenson 5.96, 7 Geoff Ogilvy 5.93, 8 Steve Stricker 5.34, 9 Jim Furyk 4.98, 10 Vijay Singh 4.92, 11 Padraig Harrington 4.64, 12 Camilo Villegas 4.60, 13 Sean O’Hair 4.49, 14 Robert Karlsson 4.27, 15 Anthony Kim 3.93, 16 Ian Poulter 3.83, 17 Lucas Glover 3.80, 18 Rory McIlroy 3.76, 19 Lee Westwood 3.62, 20 Ross Fisher 3.58.
Other leading Europeans:
27 Luke Donald, 28 Martin Kaymer, 32 Alvaro Quiros, 36 Soren Kjeldsen, 41 Miguel Angel Jimenez, 44 Graeme McDowell, 48 Oliver Wilson, 51 Justin Rose, 54 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 55 Soren Hansen, 64 Nick Dougherty, 69 Anders Hansen, 72 Peter Hanson, 79 Francesco Molinari, 81 Thomas Levet, 83 Anthony Wall, 95 Johan Edfors.

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