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This weeks World Rankings roundup

This weeks World Rankings roundup

Jim Furyk won the Doral Ryder Open on the US PGA Tour coming from six shots behind after eleven holes to win by two shots from Franklin Langham.

Jim moves back into the World Top-10 at No.9 and Franklin moves up 53 places to 119th in the latest World Ranking. Ernie Els drops down to 7th place from 5th, as his 1999 win at the Nissan open reduces his total.

Jose Coceres's victory in the Dubai Desert Classic on the European Tour moves him into the World Top-100 in 84th place up 87 places from last week.

Patrik Sjoland and Paul McGinley who were tied second move up to 78th and 97th in the latest World Ranking respectively.

Andre Stolz won the Tour Championship on the PGA Tour of Australasia but remains outside the World Top-200 in 288th place. Second placed Brett Rumford moves into the World Top-200 in 166th place after only a few months after turning professional.

Michael Campbell, Lucas Parsons and Peter Senior finish 1-2-3 in the 1999\2000 ANZ Order of Merit and are exempt from qualifying for the 2000 Open Championship at St. Andrews.

In the Mississippi Gulf Coast Open Tripp Isenhour's victory moves him to 488th in the latest World Ranking.

Kirk Triplett (also in Top-3 of latest US PGA Tour Money List), Shigeki Maruyama (tied fourth in Doral Ryder Open) and Paul Azinger (winner of Sony Open) all receive invitations to the 2000 Masters Tournament as a result of their Official World Golf Ranking Top-50 status this week.

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