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The 22 top-ranked golfers: From Bernhard Langer to Justin Rose

Updated 1059 GMT (1859 HKT) November 5, 2018
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Justin Rose is only the fourth Englishman to hold the world No. 1 spot. Here's a look back at the other 22 golfers to hold the world No. 1 ranking. Tim Bradbury/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Three major wins (US Open 2017, 2018; PGA Championship 2018). JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
One major win (PGA Championship 2017) Richard Heathcote/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
One major win (2016 US Open) Andrew Redington/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
One major win (PGA Championship 2015). Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Two major wins (Masters 2015; US Open 2015; British Open 2017). Sam Greenwood/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
One major win (Masters 2013). Drew Hallowell/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Four major wins (US Open 2011; British Open 2014; PGA Championship 2012, 2014). David Cannon/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
No major wins. Andrew Redington/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Two major wins (US Open 2014; PGA Championship 2010). Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
No major wins. Andrew Redington/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
14 major wins (Masters 1997, 2001, 2002, 2005; US Open 2000, 2002, 2008; British Open 2000, 2005, 2006; PGA Championship 1999, 2000, 2006, 2007). ROBYN BECK/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Three major wins (Masters 2000; PGA Championship 1998, 2004). Sam Greenwood/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
One major win (British Open 2001). Andrew Redington/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Four major wins (US Open 1994, 1997; British Open 2002, 2012). Warren Little/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
One major win (British Open 1996). Hunter Martin/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
Three major wins (British Open 1994; PGA Championship 1992, 1994). David Cannon/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
One major win (Masters 1992). Robert Laberge/Getty Images North America/Getty Images
One major win (Masters 1991). Warren Little/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Six major wins (Masters 1989, 1990 and 1996, The Open 1987, 1990 and 1992). Andrew Redington/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Two major wins (The Open 1986 and 1993). Warren Little/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Five major wins (Masters 1980 and 1983, The Open 1979, 1984 and 1988). Andrew Redington/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Two major wins (Masters 1985, 1993). Darren Carroll/Getty Images North America/Getty Images