Bradley up to 15th in world rankings

Keegan Bradley picked up his first win since last year's PGA Championship on Sunday and that helped him jump to 15th in this week's world rankings.

Bradley, who jumped 13 spots from last week, has moved to his highest career ranking.

Luke Donald remained No. 1 and was followed again by Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood and Webb Simpson.

Bubba Watson inched up one to sixth, which bumped Adam Scott down to No. 7. Jason Dufner, Matt Kuchar and Justin Rose held steady in the eighth to 10th positions.

Steve Stricker jumped three to No. 11 and that knocked Graeme McDowell, Zach Johnson and Hunter Mahan down one place apiece.

Bradley is followed by Louis Oosthuizen, who climbed three to 16th. Open Champion Ernie Els, Dustin Johnson and Phil Mickelson all dropped two spots, while Rickie Fowler stayed put at No. 20. Martin Kaymer tumbled two to fall out of the top 20.

J.J. Henry claimed his first PGA Tour win since 2006 as he won the Reno-Tahoe Open. With that, he soared 83 spots to No. 134 this week.