Fabrizio Zanotti, Li Haotong and Daniel Summerhays.
Those are just three players, among several others, ranked ahead of Tiger Woods.
In the latest Official World Golf Rankings, Woods, who hasn’t played since his T69 finish at the Players, dropped to 140. It’s the lowest he’s been ranked since he was No. 225 on Sept. 29, 1996.
The next week he won an event and vaulted into the top 100.
Woods was just surpassed by a fellow Stanford golfer, 22-year-old Patrick Rodgers, who jumped to 137 after finishing in a tie for second at the Wells Fargo Championship.