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World Rankings: Europe dominates top 4
With his second win in just three weeks, adding The Deutsche Bank Championship to the Wyndham, Webb Simpson has risen to world no. 14.

Simpson’s win gave him a boost of 13 places and up a remarkable 199 places from his 213th position on January.

The man he beat into second-place Chez Reavie climbs 88 places to 81st, while the the players who tied third were Jason Day (up 3 to 7th), Brandt Snedeker (up 15 into 24th) and Luke Donald, who increases his lead over no.2 Lee Westwood to 2.25 average points.

The other big winner in the rankings race was Thomas Bjorn, who worn the Omega European Masters by four shots from Martin Kaymer with a blistering final round 62, claiming back-to-back titles claiming the Johnnie Walker Championship last week.

The Dane climbed 31 places to world no.28 while Kaymer reclaims the world no. 3 spot, up two places.

US Open champion Rory McIlroy who finished in a three-way tie for third a shot further back, climbs 2 spots to 4th, replacing Americans Steve Stricker (5th) and Dustin Johnson (6th) giving Europeans the top four spots once again.

Tiger Woods has now slipped to 44th in the World Ranking.

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