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Justin Rose up to world no.6

Although he did not play this week, Justin Rose has overtaken Adam Scott as world no. 6. Scott tied for 6th at the Australian PGA Championship, and drops to world no.7

Peter Lonard from Australia shot a superb seven-under-par round of 65 on the final day to become a three time winner of the Cadbury Schweppes Australian PGA Championship. One back overnight, the 2002 and 2004 champion went to the lead immediately at the start of his round and finished with a three stroke margin of victory over David Smail. Lonard climbs to World Number 59 a jump of 40 positions.

England's John Bickerton won the Alfred Dunhill Championship at Leopard Creek to record his third European Tour win. He won by a stroke from compatriot Lee Slattery and Ernie Els after the South African took eight on the final hole after two visits to the water. Bickerton climbs 93 places in the Official World Golf Ranking to 161st.

In the season ending Volvo Masters of Asia at Thai Country Club on the Asian Tour, local hero Prayad Marksaeng was crowned Champion by a stroke from overnight leader Juvic Pagunsan and England’s Chris Rodgers. Marksaeng jumps to World Number 80, an improvement of 33 places.

The 102nd Abierto Visa de la Republica on the European Challenge Tour was won by Paraguay’s Marco Ruiz who climbs to World Number 464.

December 10, 2007


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