World Golf Rankings 2013: Adam Scott moves to No. 2 following Barclays victory

Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

Scott overtook Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy, but he still remains far behind Tiger Woods in the latest rankings.

Adam Scott fired a five-under 66 to claim victory at The Barclays over the weekend, moving the Australian to No. 2 behind Tiger Woods in the 2013 World Golf Rankings.

Scott moved up two spots from No. 4, taking the second spot from Phil Mickelson. Mickelson dropped down to No. 3 in the world after finishing two strokes behind Scott at The Barclays. Rory McIlroy fell to No. 4 after finishing The Barclays at five-under -- six strokes behind Scott and good for a 19th place finish.

Woods continues to sit atop the rankings by a rather large margin after finishing a stroke off the lead at The Barclays

The top 10 golfers in the World Golf Rankings are included below. The rest of the rankings can be found on the Official World Golf Rankings website and can also be downloaded in PDF form:

Rank Player Average Points
1 Tiger Woods 14.3813
2 Adam Scott 9.4357
3 Phil Mickelson 8.6229
4 Rory McIlroy 8.1786
5 Justin Rose 7.8763
6 Matt Kuchar 6.5814
7 Brandt Snedeker 6.3222
8 Jason Dufner 5.9946
9 Graeme McDowell 5.8222
10 Henrik Stenson 5.7686

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