Official World Golf Rankings
Adam Scott returned to the top 10 for the first time this year, winning the Honda Classic to rise from 13th to 9th. Scott was ranked No. 1 as late as August of 2014, but had slid further and further away from the top spot after not winning a tournament in 2015.
Honda runner-up Sergio Garcia also saw a serious uptick in his spot. Ranked in the top 5 two years ago, Garcia rose from 19th to 12th this week.
Scott’s rise bounced Branden Grace out of the top 10 to No. 11.
Perth International winner Louis Oosthuizen rose back into the top 20 at No. 19.
Jordan Spieth remained No. 1 for a 17th straight week and 23rd overall. Former No. 1 Tiger Woods, still idle with no return date set, fell one spot to No. 446.
FedEx Cup Standings
Adam Scott became the third player to crack 1,000 points in the 2016 FedEx Cup standings, rising to No. 3 in the latest rankings after his win at the Honda Classic.
Scott has played five events this year and had three top 10 finishes. Although the season is quite young, just 25 points separate Brandt Snedeker (1,083), Kevin Kisner (1,074), and Scott (1,058).
Of the top 14 players in the FedEx standings, only Kevin Na does not have a win. Na has four top 10 finishes in nine events and is currently sixth in the standings.
Race to Dubai Standings
Louis Oosthuizen climbed into the top 10 of the Race to Dubai standings with his win at the Perth Invitational, now sitting eighth with 388,982 points. Henrik Stenson continues to lead the race despite having only played three events.