Tiger Wood’s second place threatened
Martin Kaymer could force the U.S. golf player to fall even more in the ranking.
The Englishman Lee Westwood, current world leader, relieved Tiger Woods two weeks ago and soon another European golfer, Germany’s Martin Kaymer, could force the Tiger Woods even further down the ranks.
Tiger still hasn’t found a way to win a tournament. In Australia, last Sunday, he wasn’t able to do it, at the same time his second place in the hierarchy is threatened by Kaymer forcing him to end this as a dismal year.
Kaymer, leader of the European ranking, will have its best chance to move on Tiger at the Dubai tournament, which will close the campaign on the European circuit on 25 to 28 of this month. The German golfer could even push Westwood out of the number one spot.
Current World Golf Ranking
.1. Lee Westwood (ING) 8.70 ptos. de media
.2. Tiger Woods (USA) 8.25
.3. Martin Kaymer (GER) 7.81
.4. Phil Mickelson (USA) 7.61
.5. Steve Stricker (USA) 6.94
.6. Jim Furyk (USA) 6.87
.7. Paul Casey (ING) 6.16
.8. Luke Donald (ING) 5.90
.9. Graeme McDowell (IRN) 5.57
10. Rory McIlroy (IRN) 5.53 .