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Lee Westwood moves into top 30 for first time in 4½ years

Englishman, a former World No. 1, improves 34 spots in world ranking after winning European Tour title in Abu Dhabi

29: Position in the Official World Golf Ranking for Lee Westwood, who improved 34 spots after winning the European Tour’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. It is the highest ranking for Westwood, 46, of England, since June 14, 2015. Westwood was ranked No. 1 for a total of 22 weeks in 2010-11. Also, American Matt Kuchar, who won the Asian Tour’s SMBC Singapore Open, moved up four spots, to No. 20. American Andrew Landry improved to No. 107 from No. 240 after he won the PGA Tour’s American Express.

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