World Golf Rankings 2013: Tiger Woods retains top spot

Harry How

Tiger Woods remains atop the 2013 World Golf Rankings this week, despite taking the weekend off. Behind him, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott duked it out for the No. 2 spot.

Tiger Woods didn't play this weekend, but he retained his top spot atop the 2013 World Golf Rankings this week. Woods has been No. 1 since winning the Arnold Palmer Classic last month.

Rory McIlroy holds on to the No. 2 spot just ahead of Adam Scott, who moved up to No. 3 after winning the Masters earlier this month. Graeme McDowell comes in at No. 8 overall after holding off Webb Simpson in a playoff at the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head, S.C., this past weekend. McDowell ranked No. 18 in the rankings last week.

The full rankings are available at the official site of the World Golf Ranking. Here's this week's Top 10:

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

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