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Tiger roars up rankings after Chevron win

Tiger Woods has moved up to 21st in the world rankings after finally ending more than two years without a victory. Woods climbs 31 places after beating his fellow American Zach Johnson by one shot to win the Chevron World Challenge in California.

Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood were also winners at the weekend, but they remain second and third respectively in the rankings – and still cannot catch Luke Donald even if they landed this week's Dubai World Championship.

McIlroy, who sank a bunker shot on the last to take the Hong Kong Open by two with a closing 65, does have a chance of overhauling Donald in the European Tour money list race. He would have to win again on Sunday, though, and even then Donald, already the US PGA Tour No1 this season, would have to finish outside the top nine.

Latest world rankings:

1 Luke Donald 10.20pts, 2 Rory McIlroy 8.14, 3 Lee Westwood 8.08, 4 Martin Kaymer 6.91, 5 Steve Stricker 5.67, 6 Adam Scott 5.63, 7 Dustin Johnson 5.59, 8 Jason Day 5.31, 9 Webb Simpson 5.20, 10 Matt Kuchar 5.00 11 Nick Watney 4.93, 12 Phil Mickelson 4.78, 13 Charl Schwartzel 4.71, 14 Graeme McDowell 4.69, 15 KJ Choi 4.53, 16 Justin Rose 4.05, 17 Sergio García 4.00, 18 Hunter Mahan 3.97, 19 Paul Casey 3.93, 20 Bubba Watson 3.90

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