With his wire-to-wire Masters win, Jordan Spieth was certain to move up from his No. 4 spot in the World Golf Rankings.
So how much did he move up?
Spieth is now ranked No. 2 as Rory McIlroy held on to the top spot after finishing fourth over the weekend. It’s McIlroy’s 37th-straight week at No. 1.
Henrik Stenson and Bubba Watson, who were Nos. 2 and 3 last week, respectively, each dropped a place. Jason Day remained fifth.
Tiger Woods, the former No. 1 who had dropped to 111th, jumped 10 spots to 101st after his solid Masters showing.
World Golf Rankings Top 10
1. Rory McIlroy
2. Jordan Spieth
3. Henrik Stenson
4. Bubba Watson
5. Jason Day
6. Dustin Johnson
7. Adam Scott
8. Justin Rose
9. Sergio Garcia
10. Jim Furyk
Click here for the complete and official World Golf Rankings list.
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