World Golf Rankings 2012: Rory McIlory holds strong at No. 1

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The World Golf Rankings remain unchanged after a quiet week across golf.

The PGA was in San Martin, Calif. over the weekend for the Frys.com Open, and Sweden's Jonas Blixt won it. The tournament, though, was lightly populated by golf's well-known stars -- Ernie Els was among the field, but none of the Top 20 golfers in the world competed in the tournament. Most of the top players were in Turkey for a match play tournament that was not sanctioned by the PGA.

As a result, the World Golf Rankings did not see any movement at or near the top of the board. That is likely to be true after this coming weekend's McGladrey Classic in Sea Island, Ga. The field for that tournament is also lacking star power, though Zach Johnson -- who is currently No. 16 in the world and who resides in Georgia -- will be a participant.

Here is the Top 10 of the World Golf Rankings heading into the weekend. For a full Top 50, visit the rankings' official website.

  1. Rory McIlory
  2. Tiger Woods
  3. Luke Donald
  4. Lee Westwood
  5. Justin Rose
  6. Adam Scott
  7. Bubba Watson
  8. Webb Simpson
  9. Brandt Snedeker
  10. Jason Dufner
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