Tiger consolidates No.1 spot

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Tiger Woods consolidated his number one world ranking with victory in the AT&T National.

Tiger Woods, who has already been world number one for an incredible 555 weeks in his career, is set for an even longer reign following his latest win.
Woods captured the AT&T National at Congressional to widen the gap over Phil Mickelson to 2.82 points.
Martin Kaymer’s French Open play-off victory over Lee Westwood lifted him to 19th, while Westwood stands one place above him and Ian Poulter, third in Paris, is up to a career-high 16th.
Latest leading positions: 1 Tiger Woods 11.29pts, 2 Phil Mickelson 8.47, 3 Paul Casey 6.69, 4 Kenny Perry 6.35, 5 Sergio Garcia 6.07, 6 Geoff Ogilvy 5.95, 7 Henrik Stenson 5.88, 8 Steve Stricker 5.37, 9 Jim Furyk 5.07, 10 Vijay Singh 4.97, 11 Camilo Villegas 4.61, 12 Padraig Harrington 4.53, 13 Sean O’Hair 4.47, 14 Anthony Kim 4.27, 15 Robert Karlsson 4.19, 16 Ian Poulter 4.04, 17 Lucas Glover 3.98, 18 Lee Westwood 3.98, 19 Martin Kaymer 3.93, 20 Rory McIlroy 3.72.
Other leading Europeans: 21 Ross Fisher, 29 Luke Donald, 33 Alvaro Quiros, 37 Soren Kjeldsen, 42 Miguel Angel Jimenez, 45 Graeme McDowell, 49 Oliver Wilson, 50 Justin Rose, 53 Soren Hansen, 55 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, 58 Anders Hansen, 61 Peter Hanson, 67 Nick Dougherty, 79 Francesco Molinari, 82 Thomas Levet, 84 Anthony Wall, 93 Johan Edfors.

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