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Check out the top-20 highest ranked Australians in the Official World Golf Rankings. Greg Chalmers was this week's biggest mover this week thanks to his win at the Australian PGA Championship. He jumped up 161 places in the world rankings to now be inside the top-200 in the world and is also the 13th highest ranked Australian.

Marcus Fraser is another to have made a move up the world rankings. Fraser jumper up 133 places thanks to his T2 at the Thailand Golf Championship which saw him qualify for The Open Championship in 2015. He is now the 12th highest ranked Australian and inside the top-200 in the world.

Top 20 Australians

1 Adam Scott (3 in world rankings)
2 Jason Day (8)
3 Marc Leishman (46)
4 John Senden (49)
5 Matt Jones (78)
6 Steven Bowditch (89)
7 Geoff Ogilvy (94)
8 Scott Hend (97)
9 Stuart Appleby (129)
10 Wade Ormsby (149)
11 Brett Rumford (169)
12 Marcus Fraser (171)
13 Greg Chalmers (173)
14 Brad Kennedy (190)
15 Cameron Smith (192)
16 Richard Green (220)
17 Nick Cullen (234) 
18 Aaron Baddeley (241)
19 Rod Pampling (256)
20 Matthew Griffin (266)

Top 5 World Rankings

1 Rory McIlroy (averaged points 11.34)
2 Henrik Stenson (8.39)
3 Adam Scott (8.01)
4 Bubba Watson (7.47)
5 Justin Rose (6.93)

Top 20 Rolex World Rankings in Australia

1 Karrie Webb (9 in world)
2 Minjee Lee (77)
3 Nikki Campbell (87)
4 Katherine Kirk (121)
5 Sarah Jane Smith (138)
6 Sarah Kemp (192)
7 Rebecca Artis (194)
8 Lindsey Wright (204)
9 Stephanie Na (300)
10 Nikki Garrett (307)
11 Stacey Keating (313)
12 Whitney Hillier (322)
13 Jessica Speechley (330)
14 Su-Hyun Oh (333)
15 Bree Arthur (348)
16 Kristie Smith (398)
17 Alison Whitaker (467)
18 Julia Boland (472)
19 Tamie Durdin (506)
20 Emma De Groot (542) 

Top 5 Rolex Rankings

1 Inbee Park (average points 11.24)
2 Stacy Lewis (average points 10.10)
3 Lydia Ko (10.09)
4 Suzann Pettersen (7.33)
5 Shanshan Feng (7.13)