Woods wins rankings award
for 4th time
For the fourth straight year, Tiger Woods won the Mark H. McCormack Award for
be No. 1 in the world ranking for the most weeks in 2001.
Woods has been No. 1 every week for the last two years, and entered the Bay
Hill Invitational as No. 1 for the 134th consecutive week, a record since the
world ranking was established in 1986.
The previous record belonged to Greg Norman, who was No. 1 for 96 consecutive
weeks from the week after the 1995 U.S. Open until the week after the 1997 Masters.
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