Category: Louis Oosthuizen


January 15, 2013

SI Golf Ranking: Louis Oosthuizen and Dustin Johnson return to top 10

Posted at 10:38 AM by Samantha Glover

Each week, 13 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com  SI-Golf-RANKINGvote for  their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Rory McIlroy (130, 13, 1) - Last three finishes: 1, DP World Tour Championship; MC, UBS Hong Kong Open; 3, Barclays Singapore Open
-Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Tiger Woods (102, 0, 2) - Last three finishes: T4, World Challenge; T4, CIMB Classic; Semi-Finalist, Turkish Airlines World Golf Final
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

3. Jason Dufner (64, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: T18, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; T15, World Challenge; T2, WGC-HSBC Champions
- Official World Golf Ranking: 11

4. Keegan Bradley (58, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T49, Sony Open; 2, World Challenge; 23, WGC-HSBC Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 12

5. Luke Donald (53, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: T3, DP World Tour Championship; 1, Dunlop Phoenix; T18, WGC-HSBC Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking : 3

6. Louis Oosthuizen (48, 0, -) - Last three finishes: 1, Volvo Golf Champions; 71, Alfred Dunhill Championship; 1, 4, Nedbank Golf Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking : 4

7. Justin Rose (47, 0, T7) - Last three finishes: T4, Emirates Australian Open; 11, Nedbank Golf Challenge; 2, DP World Tour Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking : 5

8. Dustin Johnson (43, 0, -) - Last three finishes: WD, Sony Open; 1, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; T13, World Challenge
- Official World Golf Ranking : 13

9. Ian Poulter (5, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: T9, Hyundai Tournament of Champions; 17, World Challenge; T26, DP World Tour Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 14

10. Charl Schwartzel (23, 0, T7) - Last three finishes: 1, Alfred Dunhill Championship; 1, Thailand Golf Champions; 3, DP World Tour Championship

Others receiving votes:
Phil Mickelson (21)
Graeme McDowell (15)
Brandt Snedeker (15)
Bubba Watson (13)
Lee Westwood (11)
Webb Simpson (8)
Bo Van Pelt (8)
Russell Henley (6)
Sergio Garcia (4)
Ernie Els (3)
Adam Scott (3)

November 18, 2012

Westwood, Oosthuizen, Schwartzel and Clarke are moving in at Old Palm

Posted at 2:45 PM by Samantha Glover

Chubby Chandler's stable of golfers have a new home in professional golf's hottest community.

Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen, Charl Schwartzel and Darren Clarke will all make Old Palm Golf Club in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., their home course, and Westwood, Oosthuizen and Schwartzel have also bought houses at Old Palm, according to a press release from the club and International Sports Management (ISM).

"We are excited to welcome Lee, Louis, Charl and Darren to Old Palm," said Timothy Bright, senior vice president with Clarion Partners, Old Palm's owner/operator. "This group has collected three major championships, 80 wins world-wide, and could literally live anywhere in the world. ISM selecting Old Palm as its North American home is a tremendous honor."

Chandler, the founder of ISM, said: "With its world-class golf amenities, club and convenient location, Old Palm is the ideal location for our North American headquarters."

Chandler's most famous ex-client, Rory McIlroy, also lives in the Palm Beach area, as does Tiger Woods.

September 04, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: McIlroy unanimous No. 1

Posted at 1:33 PM by Golf.com

Each week, 13 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com  SI-Golf-RANKINGvote for  their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1. Rory McIlroy (130, 13, 1) - Last three finishes: 1, Deutsche Bank Championship; T24, The Barclays; 1, PGA Championship
-Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Tiger Woods (114, 0, 2) - Last three finishes: 3, Deutsche Bank Championship; T38, The Barclays; T11, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

3. Jason Dufner (87, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T18, Deutsche Bank Championship; T7, Wyndham Championship; T27, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 7

4. Keegan Bradley (64, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: T13, Deutsche Bank Championship; MC, The Barclays; T3, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 12

5. Sergio Garcia (49, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: T3, The Barclays; 1, Wyndham Championship; MC, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 17

6. Ernie Els (46, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: T26, Deutsche Bank Championship; T54, The Barclays; T48, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 21

7. Nick Watney (35, 0, 7) - Last three finishes: T20, Deutsche Bank Championship; 1, The Barclays; T31, Wyndham Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking : 20

8. Luke Donald (31, 0, T8) - Last three finishes: T26, Deutsche Bank Championship; T10, The Barclays; T32, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

9. Louis Oosthuizen (28, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 2, Deutsche Bank Championship; T5, The Barclays; T21, PGA Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 11

10. Webb Simpson (26, 0, 10) - Last three finishes: T18, Deutsche Bank Championship; MC, The Barclays, T22, Wyndham Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

Others receiving votes:
Graeme McDowell (23)
Bubba Watson (18)
Adam Scott (14)
Dustin Johnson (13)
Brandt Snedeker (13)
Lee Westwood (10)
Zach Johnson (5)
Matt Kuchar (4)
Steve Stricker (4)
Jim Furyk (1)

May 15, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Matt Kuchar, Ben Curtis crack top 10

Posted at 12:28 PM by Golf.com

Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1.  Rory McIlroy (140, 9, 1)  - Last three finishes: MC, The Players Championship; T2, Wells Fargo Championship; T40, Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Bubba Watson (120, 1, 2) - Last three finishes: T18, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; 1, Masters; T4 Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

3. Luke Donald (100, 4, 5) - Last three finishes: 6, The Players Championship; 3, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; T37, RBC Heritage
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

4. Phil Mickelson (87, 1, 4) - Last three finishes: T25, The Players Championship; T26, Wells Fargo Championship; T3, Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 10

5. Rickie Fowler (83, 0, 7) - Last three finishes: T2, The Players Championship; 1, Wells Fargo Championship; T10, Zurich Classic of New Orleans
- Official World Golf Ranking: 18

6. Matt Kuchar (83, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 1, The Players Championship; T13, Valero Texas Open; T44, RBC Heritage
-Official World Golf Ranking: 5

7. Lee Westwood (71, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T61, The Players Championship; T5, Wells Fargo Championship; 1, CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

8. Hunter Mahan (43, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: MC, The Players Championship; T53, Wells Fargo Championship; T12, Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 6

9. Louis Oosthuizen (42, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: MC, The Players Championship; 1, Maybank Malaysian Open; 2, Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 14

10. Ben Curtis (17, 0, NR)- Last three finishes: T2, The Players Championship; T5, Wells Fargo Championship; T13, Zurich Classic of New Orleans
-Official World Golf Ranking: 72

Others receiving votes:
Jason Dufner (15)
Branden Grace (11)
Justin Rose (4)
Webb Simpson (3)
Keegan Bradley (2)
Zach Johnson (2)
Adam Scott (1)
Tiger Woods (1)

May 08, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Fowler makes Top 10, Rory back on top

Posted at 10:53 AM by Golf.com

Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)

1.  Rory McIlroy (146, 13, 2)  - Last three finishes: T2, Wells Fargo Championship; T40, Masters; 3, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

2. Bubba Watson (124, 2, 1) - Last three finishes: T18, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; 1, Masters; T4 Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

3. Lee Westwood (111, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: T5, Wells Fargo Championship; 1, CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters; T3, Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

4. Phil Mickelson (85, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T26, Wells Fargo Championship; T3, Masters; T4, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 10

5. Luke Donald (73, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: 3, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; T37, RBC Heritage; T32, Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

6. Louis Oosthuizen (65, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: 1, Maybank Malaysian Open; 2, Masters; 3, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 13

7. Rickie Fowler (57, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 1, Wells Fargo Championship; T10, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; MC, RBC Heritage
- Official World Golf Ranking: 24

8. Hunter Mahan (51, 0, 7) - Last three finishes: T53, Wells Fargo Championship; T12, Masters; 1, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

9. Jason Dufner (38, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: 1, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; T24, RBC Heritage; T24, Masters
-Official World Golf Ranking: 20

10. Branden Grace (26, 0, 9) - Last three finishes: 1, Volvo China Open; T40, Maybank Malaysian Open; MC, Sicilian Open
-Official World Golf Ranking: 66

Others receiving votes:
Justin Rose (19)
Keegan Bradley (8)
Webb Simpson (8)
Matt Kuchar (5)
Ernie Els (3)
Ben Curtis (3)
Francesco Molinari (1)
Nick Watney (1)
Tiger Woods (1)

May 01, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Bubba stays No. 1, Dufner cracks the top 10

Posted at 11:51 AM by Golf.com

Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)
1. Bubba Watson (136, 8, 1) - Last three finishes: T18, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; 1, Masters; T4 Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

2.  Rory McIlroy (124, 5, 2)  - Last three finishes: T40, Masters; 3, WGC-Cadillac Championship; 1, Honda Classic 
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

3. Phil Mickelson (102, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T3, Masters; T4, Shell Houston Open; T24, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 10

4. Lee Westwood (99, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: 1, CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters; T3, Masters; T21, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

5. Luke Donald (88, 1, 7) - Last three finishes: 3, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; T37, RBC Heritage; T32, Masters
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

6. Louis Oosthuizen (68, 1, 5) - Last three finishes: 1, Maybank Malaysian Open; 2, Masters; 3, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 11

7. Hunter Mahan (57, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: T12, Masters; 1, Shell Houston Open; T42, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

8. Jason Dufner (41, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 1, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; T24, RBC Heritage; T24, Masters
-Official World Golf Ranking: 20

9. Branden Grace (38, 0, 9) - Last three finishes: 1, Volvo China Open; T40, Maybank Malaysian Open; MC, Sicilian Open
-Official World Golf Ranking: 66

10. Justin Rose (21, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: T10, Zurich Classic of New Orleans; T8, Masters; T15, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

Others receiving votes:
Keegan Bradley (10)
Ernie Els (9)
Tiger Woods (8)
Matt Kuchar (4)
Bill Haas (4)
Martin Kaymer (4)
Kyle Stanley (4)
Steve Stricker (4)
Johnson Wagner (1)
Carl Pettersson (1)
John Huh (1)

 

April 24, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Bubba, Rory still on top

Posted at 11:15 AM by Golf.com

Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)
1. Bubba Watson (136, 8, 1) - Last three finishes: 1, Masters; T4 Arnold Palmer Invitational; 2, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

2.  Rory McIlroy (129, 6, 2)  - Last three finishes: T40, Masters; 3, WGC-Cadillac Championship; 1, Honda Classic 
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

3. Phil Mickelson (105, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T3, Masters; T4, Shell Houston Open; T24, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

4. Lee Westwood (98, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: 1, CIMB Niaga Indonesian Masters; T3, Masters; T21, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

5. Louis Oosthuizen (88, 1, 6) - Last three finishes: 1, Maybank Malaysian Open; 2, Masters; 3, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 11

6. Hunter Mahan (69, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: T12, Masters; 1, Shell Houston Open; T42, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

7. Luke Donald (65, 0, 7) - Last three finishes: T37, RBC Heritage; T32, Masters; 1, Transitions Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

8. Justin Rose (38, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: T8, Masters; T15, Arnold Palmer Invitational; T29, Transitions Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 10

9. Branden Grace (29, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 1, Volvo China Open; T40, Maybank Malaysian Open; MC, Sicilian Open
-Official World Golf Ranking: 66

10. Carl Pettersson (15, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 1, RBC Heritage; 2, Shell Houston Open; MC, Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard
-Official World Golf Ranking: 34

Others receiving votes:
Keegan Bradley (12)
Tiger Woods (11)
Matt Kuchar (10)
Bill Haas (4)
Kyle Stanley (4)
John Rollins (3)
Martin Kaymer (2)
Brandt Snedeker (2)
Ben Curtis (2)
Peter Hanson (1)
Johnson Wagner
John Huh (1)
 

April 17, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Bubba remains No. 1, Rory No. 2

Posted at 10:02 AM by Golf.com

Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)
1. Bubba Watson (138, 9, 1) - Last three finishes: 1, Masters; T4 Arnold Palmer Invitational; 2, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

2.  Rory McIlroy (125, 5, 3)   - Last three finishes: T40, Masters; 3, WGC-Cadillac Championship; 1, Honda Classic 
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

3. Phil Mickelson (117, 0, 2) - Last three finishes: T3, Masters; T4, Shell Houston Open; T24, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

4. Lee Westwood (84, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: T3, Masters; T21, Shell Houston Open, T29, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

5. Hunter Mahan (77, 0, 5) - Last three finishes: T12, Masters; 1, Shell Houston Open; T42, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

6. Louis Oosthuizen (76, 1, 7) - Last three finishes: 1, Maybank Malaysian Open; 2, Masters; 3, Shell Houston Open
- Official World Golf Ranking: 12

7. Luke Donald (71, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: T37, RBC Heritage; T32, Masters; 1, Transitions Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking:

8. Justin Rose (43, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: T8, Masters; T15, Arnold Palmer Invitational; T29, Transitions Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 10

9. Tiger Woods (25, 0, 10) - Last three finishes: T40, Masters; 1, Arnold Palmer Invitational; WD, WGC-Cadillac Championship
-Official World Golf Ranking: 8

9. Keegan Bradley (24, 0, 9) - Last three finishes: T27, Masters; T4, Shell Houston Open, T8, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 20

 

Others receiving votes:
Carl Pettersson (18)
Matt Kuchar (15)
Webb Simpson (3)
Adam Scott (2)
Brandt Snedeker (2)
Bo Van Pelt (2)
Fred Couples (1)
Peter Hanson (1)
Kyle Stanley (1)

April 13, 2012

Truth & Rumors: The General Lee on Magnolia Lane?

Posted at 10:00 AM by Alan Bastable

It was only a matter of time before newly crowned Masters champion Bubba Watson threatened to motor his beloved General Lee down Magnolia Lane, and, well, that time is upon us:

“I don’t know how much they would love it but I would love to,” Watson said in an interview with Bloomberg Businessweek. “When you have the General Lee, you drive the General Lee.”

Sweet Daisy Duke! What’s next? Will Bubba lop the sleeves off his green jacket? Serve chitlins at the Champions Dinner? Sign an endorsement deal with Chevy? Don’t rule out that last one, says his manager, Jens Beck:

“He’s bought more cars in the last five years than anybody I’ve ever represented,” Beck said in an interview. “Having a car-company sponsorship, that would be very easy for him.”

Beck said he’s fielded inquiries from “all over the spectrum” since Watson won. He said he is focused on servicing Watson’s current sponsors and then finding an appropriate fit for future endorsements, which won’t happen this week.

To be sure, the branding possibilities are endless: Bubba kabobs, Bubba creole, Bubba gumbo. Pan-fried Bubba, deep-fried Bubba, stir-fried Bubba. There's pineapple Bubba, lemon Bubba, coconut Bubba, pepper Bubba, Bubba soup, Bubba stew, Bubba salad, Bubba and potatoes, Bubba burger, Bubba sandwich. That … that's about it…

And for those you wondering what the General Lee would look like at Augusta, Bubba tweeted this photo today:

Indian golfer dreams of Olympic glory in two sports

Move over, Frank Lickliter. There’s a new sharp-shooting pro in the ranks. He’s Jyoti Randhawa, an Indian golfer who’s hoping to chase medals in the 2016 Summer Games in two sports: golf and shooting. An eight-time winner on the Asian Tour, Randhawa acquired his marksman skills from his father, who was in Indian military, reports Patrick Johnston of Reuters:  

While his father's tutelage has obviously helped him become a competitive shot, the Indian said the similarities between his two sports have made the transition easier.

"I just think it is so close to golf because you need so much focus and concentration to be able to place that bullet 300 yards into a nine inch gap to get 10 points.

"There was a lot of stress in (shooting) competition but I have done that all my life. I have handled stress and competition pressure in golf so it is easier for me to handle in shooting especially if it is to do with mental stress and pressure so it is very similar."

Near-miss at the Masters just makes Oosty hungrier

After his crushing collapse at the 2011 Masters, Rory McIlroy hopped a flight half way across the world to play in the following week’s Malaysian Open, where he went on to prove his resilience by finishing third. Louis Oosthuizen, who lost in a playoff to Bubba Watson at last week’s Masters, has followed suit, flying 10,000 miles to Kuala Lumpur for a tee time in this week’s Malaysian Open. Kenny Laurie of AFP caught up with Oosty:

Oosthuizen, shattered by his journey and disappointment, admitted that he was still coming to grips with the Masters defeat, but said he was now more determined than ever to win the green jacket.

“You’ll always be disappointed, especially losing in any major. If it was a normal tournament you’d probably be over it much quicker,” Oosthuizen told AFP in an interview.

“But being a major and being the Masters, it’s something you dream about as a kid getting the green jacket. But to me it gives me more drive to go out there and win it. It definitely just makes me want the jacket more.”

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April 10, 2012

SI Golf Ranking: Bubba takes over top spot

Posted at 12:11 PM by Golf.com

Each week, 15 staffers from SI Golf+, Golf Magazine and GOLF.com vote for their top 10, awarding 10 points to their first choice and proceeding in descending order to the 10th player, who gets one point. The points are then added and the ranking calculated. This ranking aims to be an of-the-moment measure of who’s playing the best right now. Tell us your top 10 in the comments field below.

RANK (TOTAL VOTES, FIRST PLACE VOTES, LAST WEEK'S RANK)
1. Bubba Watson (139, 9, 9) - Last three finishes: 1, Masters; T4 Arnold Palmer Invitational; 2, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 4

2. Phil Mickelson (124, 1, 5) - Last three finishes: T3, Masters; T4, Shell Houston Open; T24, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 9

3.  Rory McIlroy (120, 5, 1)   - Last three finishes: T40, Masters; 3, WGC-Cadillac Championship; 1, Honda Classic 
- Official World Golf Ranking: 2

4. Lee Westwood (91, 0, 6) - Last three finishes: T3, Masters; T21, Shell Houston Open, T29, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 3

5. Hunter Mahan (80, 0, 3) - Last three finishes: T12, Masters; 1, Shell Houston Open; T42, Arnold Palmer Invitational
- Official World Golf Ranking: 5

6. Luke Donald (79, 0, 2) - Last three finishes: T32, Masters; 1, Transitions Championship; T6, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 1

7. Louis Oosthuizen (56, 0, NR) - Last three finishes: 2, Masters; 3, Shell Houston Open; T20, Transitions Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 19

8. Justin Rose (40, 0, 8) - Last three finishes: T8, Masters; T15, Arnold Palmer Invitational; T29, Transitions Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 10

9. Keegan Bradley (32, 0, 7) - Last three finishes: T27, Masters; T4, Shell Houston Open, T8, WGC-Cadillac Championship
- Official World Golf Ranking: 20

10. Tiger Woods (29, 0, 4) - Last three finishes: T40, Masters; 1, Arnold Palmer Invitational; WD, WGC-Cadillac Championship
-Official World Golf Ranking: 8

Others receiving votes:
Matt Kuchar (19)
Adam Scott (5)
Peter Hanson (3)
Webb Simpson (3)
Bo Van Pelt (2)
Fred Couples (1)
Sergio Garcia (1)
Brandt Snedeker (1)

 





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