Here are the exclusive Golfweek PGA Tour power rankings for the week of Feb. 11-17, 2019. They include the results of the PGA Tour AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, which concluded with a three-shot victory by Phil Mickelson on Monday.
20. Charles Howell III
Ranked fifth in FedEx Cup standings and back in action this week at Genesis after a hard-earned two-week break.
19. Patrick Cantlay
Withdrew from Pebble Beach for undisclosed reasons but still listed in the field at Riviera.
18. Tony Finau
Cooling off a bit with a T-38 finish at Pebble Beach.
17. Webb Simpson
Off again this week and boasting a streak of six consecutive top-20 finishes.
16. Patrick Reed
Skipping Genesis and continues to trend in the right direction with a T-22 finish at Pebble.
15. Tiger Woods
Back in action and taking on hosting duties at Riviera for his first start since the T-20 at Torrey Pines in his season debut.
14. Marc Leishman
Teeing it up at Riviera after a two-week break and owns three top-5 finishes including a win in his last five starts.
13. Gary Woodland
Off again this week and posting continually solid results with a T-7 his last time out in Phoenix.
12. Rory McIlroy
Top-5 at Torrey Pines and ready to get it going again this week in Los Angeles.
11. Jason Day
A T-4 finish at Pebble Beach makes it back-to-back top-5s for the Aussie.
10. Rickie Fowler
Skipping Genesis and still riding high after hard-fought victory in Phoenix.
9. Phil Mickelson
Huge jump in the rankings and on to Riviera after a record-tying fifth career victory at Pebble Beach.
8. Matt Kuchar
Steady as she goes for the two-time winner this season with a T-22 in the Pro-Am.
7. Jon Rahm
Comes to Genesis in strong form off a T-10 finish in Phoenix.
6. Justin Thomas
Solo third his last time out at TPC Scottsdale and looking for his first victory of the season at Riviera.
5. Bryson DeChambeau
Set for a stateside return at Riviera after successful Middle East trip, which included victory in Abu Dhabi.
4. Xander Schauffele
Sat out the Pro-Am after T-10 in Phoenix and enters Genesis with two wins this season.
3. Dustin Johnson
The 2017 Genesis Open champ boasts seven top-10 finishes in 11 career starts at Riviera.
2. Brooks Koepka
Off again and set to return for the WGC-Mexico Championship next week.
1. Justin Rose
World No. 1 is skipping Riviera coming off a missed cut at the Saudi International. Gwk