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2009-07-13 17:54:06

Steve Stricker and Martin Kaymer climbed Monday in the men's world golf rankings after both won tournaments Sunday. Stricker won the PGA Tour John Deere Classic and moved up two places to No. 6. Kaymer posted his second straight European Tour win at the Scottish Open and advanced eight spots to No.

2009-06-29 11:32:20

Kenny Perry's PGA victory in Connecticut jumbled the Top 10 of the men's golf rankings, with Perry reaching a career-best ranking in the process. Perry won the Travelers Championship, finishing three strokes ahead of David Toms.

2009-05-11 07:36:16

Henrik Stenson's daylong charge in the final round of The Players Championship resulted in a tournament title and a charge to No. 5 in the world golf rankings. Stenson posted a bogey-free 66 Sunday and won The Players Championship by four strokes over Ian Poulter.

2009-05-04 07:40:00

Sean O'Hair's PGA victory, which came despite two late bogeys, shoved him to a career-best No 12 world golf ranking.

2009-04-27 07:32:12

Jerry Kelly ended a seven-year PGA Tour victory drought and jumped 63 spots in the Official World Golf Ranking, released Monday. Kelly won the Zurich Classic of New Orleans Sunday by one stroke over three players.

2009-04-20 13:52:44

Brian Gay's 10-shot win in the Heritage tournament moved him up 46 places to No.

2009-03-30 08:35:00

Tiger Woods, who staged a dramatic comeback victory at a tournament in Florida, tightened his hold on the world No 1 ranking among men golfers.

2009-03-23 10:30:21

Retief Goosen's win at the Transitions Championship jumped him from 39th to 22nd Monday in the Official World Golf Ranking. Goosen, a two-time U.S.

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