Scott up to world no. 4 as Tiger extends lead
World Number One Tiger Woods won his fourth consecutive Buick Invitational title at Torrey Pines by eight shots with a final round of 71 for a 19-under-par total of 269. Outright second place was claimed by Ryuji Imada who closed with a birdie for a final round of 67.
Woods extends his lead over Phil Mickelson at the top of the Official World Golf Ranking to 11.02 average points while Imada jumps to World Number 97.
Adam Scott shot a breathtaking final round of 11 under par 61 to win the Commercialbank Qatar Masters presented by Dolphin Energy for the second time, beating Henrik Stenson by three strokes at Doha Golf Club.
The Australian, who won the last time he played in Qatar in 2002, climbs 4 places to World Number 4.
James Kamte shot a five-birdie back nine to overhaul his rivals and win the Dimension Data Pro-am at the Gary Player Country Club. Kamte climbs to World Number 236, a leap of 185 positions.
The 2008 Nationwide Tour kicked off with the Movistar Panama Masters which was won by Scott Dunlap by a stroke from Jeff Klauk. Dunlap jumps to World Number 404.
January 28, 2008