FRIDAY TIME WASTERS: 2010 RANKINGS

I got a tweet earlier this week asking about my rankings solely based on play in 2010. Here they are:

Rank Player Z-Sc Avg Rounds St Dev
1 Lee Westwood -0.776 54 0.852
2 Anthony Kim -0.719 35 1.083
3 Steve Stricker -0.652 48 0.901
4 Phil Mickelson -0.633 56 0.931
5 Matt Kuchar -0.612 57 0.800
6 Luke Donald -0.612 58 0.837
7 Tiger Woods -0.578 25 0.854
8 Ernie Els -0.557 57 0.809
9 Graeme McDowell -0.546 57 0.869
10 Retief Goosen -0.546 49 0.825
11 Louis Oosthuizen -0.523 44 0.847
12 Charl Schwartzel -0.517 60 0.872
13 Jim Furyk -0.507 50 0.953
14 K.J. Choi -0.500 64 0.799
15 J.B. Holmes -0.499 68 0.897
16 Martin Kaymer -0.490 54 0.825
17 Francesco Molinari -0.487 58 0.829
18 Rory McIlroy -0.480 48 1.027
19 Robert Allenby -0.471 56 0.830
20 Paul Casey -0.469 52 1.032
21 Ben Crane -0.467 56 0.894
22 Tom Watson -0.466 14 0.893
23 Justin Rose -0.451 62 1.082
24 Fred Couples -0.449 18 0.923
25 Dustin Johnson -0.443 58 1.050
26 Bo Van Pelt -0.435 74 0.852
27 Sean O’Hair -0.434 57 0.776
28 Nick Watney -0.433 60 0.990
29 Peter Hanson -0.420 49 0.787
30 Padraig Harrington -0.418 48 0.869
31 Camilo Villegas -0.415 56 0.929
32 Tim Clark -0.410 55 0.905
33 Alvaro Quiros -0.407 62 0.921
34 Ricky Barnes -0.383 76 0.924
35 Bubba Watson -0.378 53 0.897
36 Corey Pavin -0.365 29 0.839
37 Edoardo Molinari -0.356 60 0.823
38 Bill Haas -0.352 55 0.935
39 Ryan Moore -0.346 55 0.892
40 Rhys Davies -0.342 59 1.011
41 Bryce Molder -0.341 60 0.909
42 Tom Lehman -0.338 24 0.626
43 Jason Bohn -0.329 54 1.019
44 Fredrik Jacobson -0.314 59 0.772
45 Jeff Overton -0.312 63 0.982
46 Steve Marino -0.300 61 0.878
47 Adam Scott -0.298 48 0.863
48 Vijay Singh -0.274 54 0.872
49 Heath Slocum -0.273 71 0.803
50 Ross Fisher -0.270 46 0.874
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2 responses to “FRIDAY TIME WASTERS: 2010 RANKINGS

  1. Jake

    I wonder how many people would shit themselves if told Tiger Woods has been the 7th best golfer on Tour this year.

  2. Even people who are supposed to know the game would be surprised:

    Tiger moved up — or was it down? — to eighth in RC standings. Leads Mahan, Overton, Barnes and Crane, each of whom has had better season.

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