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Kuchar inches to No. 5 in world rankings
Matt Kuchar
Matt Kuchar's seventh career victory on the PGA Tour moved him up from No. 6 last week.
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - Matt Kuchar holed out from a bunker at the final hole to win the RBC Heritage by a stroke on Sunday, and that victory inched Kuchar to fifth in this week's world golf rankings.

Kuchar's seventh career victory on the PGA Tour moved him up from No. 6 last week.

The top four players in the rankings remained the same, with Tiger Woods again being followed by Adam Scott, Henrik Stenson and Masters champion Bubba Watson.

Kuchar's move dropped Jason Day a place to sixth. Jordan Spieth jumped up a pair of spots to seventh, causing Sergio Garcia and Phil Mickelson to each fall a position to sit in eighth and ninth, respectively.   continue>>

Wie starting to meet expectations
By Kevin Currie, Golf Editor
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - For non-golf fans, it seems as though Michelle Wie been around forever. That isn't the case, but the reality is Wie has been making a name for herself since 2003.

Wie was just 13 when she played her first Kraft Nabisco Championship. Propelled by a third-round 66 that year, she claimed low amateur honors by finishing ninth.

Starting with that 2003 Kraft Nabisco, Wie posted four top-10 finishes in her first eight major championship starts. She was still an amateur in all eight of the tournaments.

Wie turned pro at the precocious age of 16, and finished in the top five in the first three majors that year.  continue>>

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