Tiger Woods, the man who once dominated the world of golf, has slipped outside of the top ten players in the world thanks to a poor run of form.
His current position of 12th is the lowest he has been ranked since 1997.
The two-year calculation system of the rankings means Woods has recently lost a lot of the points he accumulated in 2009 and due to missing tournaments in 2011 his ranking will continue to slip while he recovers from an ankle problem.
It has been a long time since the golfing public have witnessed a trademark Tiger Wood final day charge.
Ian Poulter, who beat Luke Donald in the Volvo World Matchplay Championship and thus thwarted Donald's bid to oust Westwood at No 1, moved up to 14th from 22nd.