Little change to men's world rankings

With many of the top players competing at the Presidents Cup, there was little change at the top of this week's world rankings for men's golf.

Luke Donald remained No. 1 and was once again followed by Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer, Steve Stricker, Dustin Johnson, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Webb Simpson and Matt Kuchar.

The next six spots were unchanged as well, with Nick Watney remaining in 11th and trailed by Phil Mickelson, Charl Schwartzel, Graeme McDowell, K.J. Choi and Justin Rose.

The only change in the top 20 was Sergio Garcia inching up one place to 17th, bumping Bubba Watson down to 18th. Hunter Mahan and David Toms rounded out the top 20 again.

Tiger Woods slipped a notch to 51st, while three winners from last week made big moves.

Joost Luiten won the weather-shortened Johor Open and climbed to 66th, while Toshinori Muto closed with a 63 to win the Dunlop Phoenix, another event cut to 54 holes by bad weather, to rise to 112th.

Garth Mulroy earned his first European Tour title at the Alfred Dunhill Championship and soared to 183rd in the world.