|U.S. golfer Tiger Woods gestures as he meets students of Beijing Sports University in Beijing April 13, 2011. Woods is in China on the "Make it Matter" promotional tour. (REUTERS/Petar Kujundzic)
PHILADELPHIA - Sean O'Hair ended a two-year winless drought on Sunday as he beat Kris Blanks in a playoff at the Canadian Open.
The victory helped O'Hair soar 54 places to No. 60 in this week's world golf rankings.
The top seven in the rankings were unchanged this week with world No. 1 Luke Donald followed by Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer, Rory McIlroy, Steve Stricker, Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson.
Jason Day improved one spot to eighth, Masters champion Charl Schwartzel jumped three to ninth and Matt Kuchar tumbled a pair to No. 10.
Nick Watney and Graeme McDowell were down a notch apiece to 11th and 12th, while Bubba Watson and K.J. Choi exchanged places with Watson up to No. 13.
Paul Casey held steady at 15 and was followed again by Ian Poulter and Adam Scott. Robert Karlsson inched up one to 18, which bumped Hunter Mahan down a spot to 19th.
Retief Goosen moved up one to close out the top 20 this week.
Goosen's move knocked Tiger Woods out of the top 20 to 21st. This is the first time Woods has been outside the top 20 since January 26, 1997, when he was ranked 22nd.
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