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Shake-up in Golf Rankings

Webb Simpson has crashed into the World’s top 15 golfers with his win at last weekend’s Deutsche Bank Championship at the TPC Boston.

After clinching the second event in the FedEx Cup playoffs ahead of compatriot Chez Reavie, Simpson leapt 13 places up to 14th in the Official World Golf Rankings on Monday.

Having started the year outside the top 200, Simpson now leads the FedEx Cup rankings in the hunt for the $10 million cash price.

By contrast fallen superstar Tiger Woods continues to plummet, dropping out of the top 40 into 44th.

The top two remain the English pair of Luke Donald and Lee Westwood with the former retaining his No. 1 ranking for the fifteenth week.

Martin Kaymer and Rory McIlroy jumps from fifth and sixth to third and fourth respectively after they came close at the recent European Masters in Switzerland.

The European duo replace Americans Steve Stricker and Dustin Johnson who both drop two places to No. 5 and No.6

The other big mover in the top 100 was Deutsche Bank runner-up Reavie who jumped a whopping 88 places from 169th to 81. The Kansas native began the year in No. 758.

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