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Tour News: - Posted 2nd November 1998

World Golf Ranking

Clarke breaks into Top 20

London - Volvo Masters champion Darren Clarke broke into the world top 20 for the first time on Monday after his victory in Jerez over the weekend.

Hal Sutton won the Tour Championship in Atlanta at the first hole of a play-off with number eight Vijay Singh to move to 32nd -- his highest position for more than 10 years.

Colin Montgomerie, whose third place in Jerez behind Clarke and Andrew Coltart was enough to make him Europe's number one for the sixth successive year, stays sixth in the world.

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World Ranking Top 20 - 2nd November 1998 (U.S. unless stated):

 1. Tiger Woods 11.98 points 
average 2. Mark O'Meara 10.54 3. Davis Love III 9.94 4. David Duval 9.93 5. Ernie 
Els (South Africa) 9.61 6. Colin Montgomerie (Britain) 9.37 7. Nick Price (Zimbabwe) 
8.59 8. Vijay Singh (Fiji) 8.39 9. Lee Westwood (Britain) 8.36 10. Phil Mickelson 
7.96 11. Fred Couples 7.90 12. Jim Furyk 6.93 13. Masashi Ozaki (Japan) 6.89 14. 
Greg Norman (Australia) 6.49 15. Jesper Parnevik (Sweden) 6.44 16. Justin Leonard 
6.18 17. Steve Elkington (Australia) 6.18 18. Mark Calcavecchia 5.63 19. Tom Watson 
5.47 20. Darren Clarke (Britain) 5.39

 


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