Official World Golf Rankings 2013: Tiger Woods still No. 1

Stephen Dunn

A quiet week has Tiger Woods maintaining his big lead atop the rankings.

With none of the top-ranked players in action over the past week, there's no movement in the top 10 of the latest 2013 World Golf Rankings, which Tiger Woods still leads by just over 114 points.

Woods holds a point average of 11.69 over his 41 events, with Adam Scott coming in second with a 9.60 average.

Sergio Garcia, who surged up the leader board last week after a four-shot victory in the Thailand Golf Championship, retains his spot at No. 10.

Brandt Snedeker, Jason Dufner and Dustin Johnson are among the American just outside the top 10, ranking Nos. 13, 15 and 16, respectively.

Rank Player Pts. avg. Total pts. # of events
1 Tiger Woods, USA 11.69 479.49 41
2 Adam Scott, AUS 9.60 393.43 41
3 Henrik Stenson, SWE 9.16 476.20 52
4 Justin Rose, ENG 7.16 372.50 52
5 Phil Mickelson, USA 7.06 345.92 49
6 Rory McIlroy, NIR 6.50 318.44 49
7 Matt Kuchar, USA 6.15 319.93 52
8 Steve Stricker, USA 5.72 228.94 40
9 Zach Johnson, USA 5.45 283.23 52
10 Sergio Garcia, ESP 5.31 265.30 50

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