Woods remains 4th in world rankings
Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - Tiger Woods won for the third time this year, but remained No. 4 in this week's world rankings.
Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood stayed as the top three players ahead of Woods.
U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson held on to fifth and was followed by Masters winner Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar, Jason Dufner, Justin Rose, Hunter Mahan and Graeme McDowell.
Adam Scott took third behind Woods at the AT&T National and improved four places to 12th this week and was followed by Steve Stricker, who slipped one to 13th.
Martin Kaymer inched up one to No. 14, while Phil Mickelson dipped one to 15 and Dustin Johnson tumbled three to 16th.
Former Masters champions Zach Johnson and Charl Schwartzel exchanged places with Johnson up to 17th and Schwartzel down to 18th. Rickie Fowler and Louis Oosthuizen again rounded out the top 20 this week.
Jamie Donaldson's win on the European Tour helped him jump 45 places to a career-best ranking of No. 63.
07/02 11:55:51 ET