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