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Rankings cap Garcia and Donald's fine 2011

Luke Donald is now tied for the eighth longest reign as World Number One in the official golf rankings announced Monday.

Now into his 22nd week as the highest-rated player in golf, the 33-year-old celebrated both taking the title at the Children’s Miracle Network Classic on Sunday and usurping Webb Simpson atop the PGA Tour Money List in the last event of the season.

Furthermore Donald extended his lead at the summit of the Official World Golf Rankings to 3.27 over fellow Englishman and World Number Two Lee Westwood.

Another player who has excelled in 2011 is Sergio Garcia back to his best and back into the World top 50.

The Spaniard picked up his first win for three years at the Castello Masters at the Club del Campo del Mediterraneo.

After a couple of quiet seasons by his standards, and having started the year 78, Garcia now finds himself firmly back inside the top 50 in the World at 31.

However it was Australia’s Gavin Coles who made the biggest moves in the rankings. Coles took the title at TPC Sawgrass with a score of six under for the week.

Coles now finds himself inside the top 25 on the Money List after his fifth win on the circuit, and in a strong position to make it back to the PGA Tour for a fourth time, as well as climbing a humungous 158 places in the World to 252 on the ranking.


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