With title in Japan, Woods moves 4 spots closer to return to No. 1
6: Position in the Official World Golf Ranking for Tiger Woods, who moved up four spots in the world order with his victory Monday in the PGA Tour’s inaugural Zozo Championship in Japan. Americans hold seven of the top 10 spots in the OWGR, led by Brooks Koepka, who remained No. 1 for a 24th consecutive week. With the victory, Woods, 43, tied the late Sam Snead for the most career victories on Tour, at 82. Woods was No. 1 in the world order for a record 683 weeks, most recently in May 2014.