2011 Masters: How High Will Charl Schwartzel, Tiger Woods Climb in Rankings?
Charl Schwartzel (pronounced Karl) put together one of the great final-day rallies in Masters history en route to a 14-under green jacket-winning performances at Augusta.
Schwartzel, who entered the Masters ranked 29th in the world, will get a major boost from his first championship in a Major. Schwartzel leaps to a career-best No. 11 ranking in the world after the Masters.
Other major movers in the world rankings:
England’s Like Donald jumped up to No. 3 after chipping in on the final hole for a share of fourth place. Lee Westwood, also of England, is ranked No. 2 in the world, followed by Phil Mickelson at No. 3 and Tiger Woods at No. 4. Tiger still holds the record for most weeks at No. 1 during the 24-year history of the World Rankings with an incredible 623 weeks at the top.
Rounding out the Top 10 are Graeme McDowell (No. 6), England's Paul Casey (No. 7), Steve Stricker (No. 8), Sunday's Masters goat Rory McIlroy (No. 9) and Matt Kuchar (No. 10).
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