Woods drops to 35th place in world golf rankings
LONDON: Tiger Woods has fallen further in the latest golf world rankings and is now down in 35th place.
Woods ended three months of inactivity due to injury earlier this month but he failed to make the cut at the year`s final major, the USPGA Championship, and has also failed to qualify for the FedEx Cup playoffs.
England`s Luke Donald continues to lead the way ahead of compatriot Lee Westwood with Steve Stricker of the United States in third place.
World top 10:
1. Luke Donald (ENG) 10.17pts
2. Lee Westwood (ENG) 8.30
3. Steve Stricker (USA) 6.93
4. Martin Kaymer (GER) 6.86
5. Rory McIlroy (NIR) 6.81
6. Phil Mickelson (USA) 5.86
7. Adam Scott (AUS) 5.86
8. Jason Day (AUS) 5.56
9. Dustin Johnson (USA) 5.47
10. Nick Watney (USA) 5.33
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