PGA Championship winner Keegan Bradley moved up from 108th to 29th in the Official World Golf Ranking -- and joins the list of those now ahead of Tiger Woods.
Former No. 1 Woods is now down to 33rd, with his missed cut in Atlanta leading to him being overtaken not only by Bradley, but also Denmark’s Anders Hansen -- now a career-best 23rd after his third-place finish -- and 18-year-old Italian Matteo Manassero.
Luke Donald is now in his 12th week at the top of the chart.
1. Luke Donald
2. Lee Westwood
3. Steve Stricker
4. Martin Kaymer
5. Rory McIlroy
6. Phil Mickelson
7. Adam Scott
8. Jason Day
At the top of the rankings, Luke Donald and Lee Westwood remain Nos. 1 and 2 adter they tied for eighth place at the Atlanta Athletic Club. Steve Stricker, moved up to No. 3 after tying for 12th place while 2010 PGA Champion Martin Kaymer slipped from third to fourth.
Rory McIlroy is fifth after tying for 64th at the end of his dramatic week in Atlanta, while Phil Mickelson holds sixth. Australians Jason Day (missed cut) and Adam Scott (seventh) are Nos. 7 and 8, with Dustin Johnson (missed cut) ninth and Nick Watney (tied for 12th) in 10th.
The second 10 includes No. 11 Charl Schwartzel, No. 12 Matt Kuchar, No. 13 Graeme McDowell, No. 14 K.J. Choi, No. 15 Bubba Watson, No. 16 Ian Poulter, No. 17 Paul Casey, No. 18 David Toms, No. 19 Robert Karlsson and No. 20 Kim Kyung-Tae.
Mamassero, the 18-year-old who has been a professional for only 16 months, tied for 37th at the PGA Championship and moved up to 31st place, in the ranking, putting him two slots ahead of Woods. Woods was golf's undisputed No. 1 when Manassero left the amateur ranks after the 2010 Masters.
"I'm not happy it's happened like this,” Manassero said of bypassing Woods in the ranking, “It's pretty sad to see him like this -- everybody would like to see him back again playing well and playing as he did before.
"Guys have improved,” he added. “There is so much more competition now and I'm happy to be around 30th in the world."