Haas up to 20th in world rankings

Bill Haas' victories at the Tour long FedExCup vaulted him to 20th in this week's world rankings.

Haas rose 25 places thanks to his $11.4 million Sunday.

Luke Donald remained in first, followed by Lee Westwood and Rory McIlroy. Americans Steve Stricker and Dustin Johnson both moved up one to round out the top five.

Former world No. 1 Martin Kaymer slipped two to sixth, but Australian Jason Day held on to No. 7. Phil Mickelson and Adam Scott both climbed one spot and Matt Kuchar fell two to 10th.

Nick Watney stayed in 11th, while Webb Simpson, who went into the Tour Championship as the Playoff points leader, inched up one to 12th. Masters champion Charl Schwartzel fell a rung and K.J. Choi climbed two to 14th. Graeme McDowell sank a place to No. 15.

Bubba Watson dropped one spot to 16th, but Justin Rose held firm at 17th. Hunter Mahan, who lost a playoff to Haas at East Lake, improved five to 18th, but David Toms fell one to No. 19, followed by Haas.