Lee Westwood reclaims No. 1 ranking
For the previous five years and most of the past decade, discussions about the No. 1 player in the world were limited to Tiger Woods and how big his lead was over everyone else.
Other than a relative blip when Vijay Singh surged to the top during an impressive run of 40-something golf in 2004-05, Woods' clutch on the No. 1 spot was often so great that there was more distance between him and No. 2 than there was between No. 2 and No. 100.
It made for a lot of ...
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