Date: February 13, 2007

Scott remains at No.3

American Phil Mickelson has moved from sixth up to fourth in the world rankings following his success at Pebble Beach and is now one spot behind Australian Adam Scott. The triumph, which was the 30th in Mickelson&aposs career, sees him overtake the South African duo of Ernie Els and Retief Goosen in the rankings. Other Australians with Scott in the top 20 are Geoff Ogilvy (11th), Nick O&aposHern (16th) and Stuart Appleby (20th). Aaron Baddeley continues his rise, moving four places up to 40 following his 19th-placed finish behind Mickelson. The Australian had climbed from 90 to 44 the week before for his victory at the FBR Open. Robert Allenby and Rodney Pampling are the other Australians inside the top 50 at 33 and 35 respectively.