Since Tiger Woods relinquished his hold on the No. 1 world ranking, we have seen two other golfers rise to take the top spot.
First, Lee Westwood took over. And for 17 weeks Westwood was considered the best golfer in the world based on numbers.
Then Westwood struggled and we saw the young Martin Kaymer take over.
That is where we stand today: Kaymer is atop the world rankings and everyone else has hopes of someday reaching the pinnacle of golf.
So who has a chance to take over based on good play?
And who is just hoping to stay in the top 10?
Let's take a look at the top 10 and find out!