OWGR: Noh cracks top 100; McIlroy falls from top 10
Monday, April 28, 2014
Coming off his first PGA Tour victory Sunday at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Seung-Yul Noh moved into the top 100 in the latest Official World Golf Ranking.
Noh jumped from 171st to 88th, the highest ranking of his career. Andrew Svoboda and Robert Streb, who tied for second at the Zurich Classic, moved to Nos. 172 and 223, respectively.
Alexander Levy, a winner on the European Tour at the Volvo China Open, improved from No. 273 to No. 137.
The top nine spots remained the same with Tiger Woods still holding onto the top spot. He is now less than three-tenths of a point in front of Adam Scott.
Rory McIlroy dropped out of the top 10 for the first time since he was ranked 12th in January 2010. Justin Rose, who was T-8 in New Orleans, replaced McIlroy at No. 10.
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