Minor movements in world rankings

Minor movements in world rankings

<p>With the PGA Tour having another week off as the tour prepares to start it's 2013-14 season this coming Thursday, there were minor movements in this week's world golf rankings.</p>

Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - With the PGA Tour having another week off as the tour prepares to start it's 2013-14 season this coming Thursday, there were minor movements in this week's world golf rankings.

The top 10 overall golfers stayed the same, with Tiger Woods maintaining his No. 1 ranking and again being followed by Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Henrik Stenson, Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy, Steve Stricker, Matt Kuchar, Brandt Snedeker and Jason Dufner.

The first changes in the rankings came with Zach Johnson inching up a spot to 11th, which dropped Graeme McDowell down a place to 12th.

Jim Furyk held firm at 13th ahead of Luke Donald and Keegan Bradley, who swapped places to sit in 14th and 15th.

Jason Day, Sergio Garcia, Lee Westwood and Charl Schwartzel stayed put from 16th through 19th, while Jordan Spieth moved up a place to round out the top 20.

Dustin Johnson jumped up two spots to sit in 21st as Ian Poulter fell a pair of slots to sit in 22nd and Ernie Els dropped a spot to 23rd.

Webb Simpson stayed at 24th and Bubba Watson moved up a place to sit in 25th.

Shingo Katayama won his first title in five years with a playoff victory over Toshinori Muto and Hidemasa Hoshino, causing him to vault places up the rankings to 138th.

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