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Tom Lewis climbs rankings after Portugese Masters

Published 17/10/2011 | 09:33

Tom Lewis is up from 621st to 166th in the world after capturing the Portugal Masters on just his third start as a professional.

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The 20-year-old from Welwyn Garden, whose opening 65 at The Open in July was the lowest round by an amateur in the event's history, closed with the same score at Oceanico Victoria to beat Spain's Rafael Cabrera-Bello by two.



Latest leading positions in the world golf rankings: 1 Luke Donald 10.49pts, 2 Lee Westwood 7.63, 3 Rory McIlroy 7.42, 4 Steve Stricker 6.35, 5 Dustin Johnson 6.33, 6 Martin Kaymer 6.09, 7 Jason Day 5.80, 8 Adam Scott 5.55, 9 Matt Kuchar 4.49, 10 Phil Mickelson 5.37



11 Nick Watney 5.32, 12 Webb Simpson 5.31, 13 Charl Schwartzel 4.76, 14 KJ Choi 4.56, 15 Graeme McDowell 4.55, 16 Bubba Watson 4.24, 17 Justin Rose 4.19, 18 Hunter Mahan 4.09, 19 David Toms 4.07, 20 Bill Haas 3.80



Other leading Europeans: 22 Paul Casey, 24 Ian Poulter, 25 Robert Karlsson, 27 Thomas Bjorn, 30 Simon Dyson, 31 Anders Hansen, 32 Francesco Molinari, 33 Darren Clarke, 36 Martin Laird, 41 Alvaro Quiros, 44 Matteo Manassero, 48 Miguel A Jimenez, 49 Sergio Garcia, 53 Peter Hanson, 56 Fredrik Jacobson, 57 Edoardo Molinari, 72 Alexander Noren, 73 Nicolas Colsaerts, 76 Padraig Harrington, 80 Jamie Donaldson, 81 Ross Fisher, 90 David Lynn, 91 Brian Davis, 92 Pablo Larrazabal, 94 Fredrik Andersson Hed, 95 Raphael Jacquelin, 97 Carl Pettersson, 98 Joost Luiten, 99 Michael Hoey



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