2013 Official World Golf Rankings: Adam Scott up to No. 3

Harry How

Strong efforts at the Masters over the weekend helped several prominent golfers move up in the rankings, including tournament champ Adam Scott.

Following his victory at the 2013 Masters, Adam Scott moved up four spots in the World Golf Rankings to No. 3. Tiger Woods, who finished in a tie for fourth at Augusta, retained hold of the No. 1 spot, and Rory McIlroy is second. Justin Rose and Brandt Snedeker round out the top five. Woods also ranks first in the FedExCup point standings.

Angel Cabrera was the runner up to Scott on Sunday and jumped more than 200 spots to 64th in the standings as a result. Jason Day and Marc Leishman benefited from strong finishes as well; Day moved up 11 spots to 25th, while Leishman went from 104th to 68th.

Here's a look at the current top 10:

1. Tiger Woods
2. Rory McIlroy
3. Adam Scott
4. Justin Rose
5. Brandt Snedeker
6. Luke Donald
7. Louis Oosthuizen
8. Steve Stricker
9. Matt Kuchar
10. Phil Mickelson

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