VIRGINIA WATER, England, March 18 (UPI) -- Rory McIlroy
and Tiger Woods
lead the men's world golf rankings, which had no changes in the Top 10 this week.
McIlroy has a scoring points average of 11.50 and Woods is second at 10.35 with just a few weeks before the year's first major tournament, the Masters.
Luke Donald is third with an average of 7.16 followed by Brandt Snedeker in fourth with a 6.47 average and No. 5 Justin Rose not far behind at 6.44.
Louis Oosthuizen is sixth at 6.14 followed by Adam Scott with an average of 5.93 and Steve Stricker in eighth at 5.83. Matt Kuchar (5.46) and Phil Mickelson (5.44) round out the Top 10.
Kevin Streelman won the PGA Tour's Tampa Bay Championship Sunday. It was his first PGA victory and pushes him to 74th in the world rankings. That is an improvement of 131 spots from last week.
Thomas Aiken won the European Tour's stop in India, a title that lifts him from 129th to No. 90 in the rankings.
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