World Golf Rankings 2012: Tiger Woods Jumps Up To No. 4 After Win At Memorial

Tiger Woods jumped five spots to land at No. 4 on 2012 World Golf Rankings this week after winning the 2012 Memorial Tournament with an inspiring finish on Sunday. Woods edged out Andres Romero and Spencer Levin with some masterful golf down the stretch, including this memorable flop shot on the 16th hole.

Martin Kaymer also moved back into the Top 10 to just edge out Steve Stricker, who fell to 11th overall after shooting plus-6 at Muirfield Village. Phil Mickelson is also on the outside looking in, landing at No. 12 in the rankings.

You can check out the full Top 10 below.

1) Luke Donald
2) Rory McIlroy
3) Lee Westwood
4) Tiger Woods
5) Bubba Watson
6) Matt Kuchar
7) Justin Rose
8) Hunter Mahan
9) Jason Dufner
10) Martin Kaymer

The full rankings are available at the official site of the World Golf Rankings.

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