World Golf Rankings 2013: Top 10 largely remains unaltered

Mark Nolan

The top ten is now divided equally between American and international golfers.

Tiger Woods is poised to finish 2013 atop the Official World Golf Rankings. He continues to hold almost a two-point average lead over Adam Scott, resulting in a largely unchanged top ten.

The lone addition to the top-ten is Australia's Jason Day, who supplanted Jason Dufner with a sixth place finish in the Australian Open. He wasn't able to place higher in the event, but it was enough to put him over the top. Day now holds a tenuous lead over Dufner by 0.13 average points.

Day's arrival in the top ten divides the rankings by nationality lines. Five American golfers are currently in the top ten, as well as five internationals.

You can find the complete rankings here, but these are your top ten golfers.

1. Tiger Woods

2. Adam Scott

3. Henrik Stenson

4. Phil Mickelson

5. Justin Rose

6. Rory McIlroy

7. Matt Kuchar

8. Steve Stricker

9. Brandt Snedeker

10. Jason Day

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