Tiger Woods increased his lead in the World Golf Rankings with his dominant win at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational over the weekend. Woods already had a rather comfortable lead in the rankings over Phil Mickelson, but his fifth win of the year widened the gap even further.
There was little change in the rest of the top 10, but Keegan Bradley made a big jump into the No. 10 spot after his strong performance at Firestone Country Club. Bradley finished in a tie for second place with Henrik Stenson, seven strokes behind Woods. Bradley was 17th in the rankings prior to the tournament.
Bradley took Lee Westwood's spot in the top 10. Westwood struggled a bit at Firestone, finishing in a tie for 40th.
Behind Woods and Mickelson, Rory McIlroy, Justin Rose and Adam Scott round out the top five.
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