Johannesburg, July 22 ANI | 4 months ago

Rory McIlroy has become the world's number two, jumping six positions, after winning the British Open on Sunday.

Australia's Adam Scott still leads the chart after finishing in a tie for fifth with countryman Marc Leishman on 12 under, five shots behind the Northern Irishman.

Sweden's Henrik Stenson drops to number three while Justin Rose of England is fourth and Spaniard Sergio Garcia climbs from ninth to fifth.

American Bubba Watson, who missed the cut this weekend, drops two spots to sixth, his compatriot Matt Kuchar also falls to seven and Australia's Jason Day takes eighth place moving up two spots.

American duo Tiger Woods, who endured his worst ever British Open with a six over par score, and Jim Furyk complete the top ten.

(Posted on 22-07-2014)

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