We started ranking the top 50 golfers in the world with the bottom 10 (though that's a bottom 10 list I would love to be a part of). Then we did Nos. 40-31. Then Nos. 30-21. Today we continue with 10 of the top 20.
These are the guys that are either superstars, former superstars, or soon-to-be superstars. They are the best of the best golfers in the world. All top favorites for any tournament they enter and all capable of winning any major.
A reminder of my criteria: If you took every golfer alive and put them in a simulation where they played a random tournament 1 million times, this is the order they would finish most often.
That is, if every golfer in the world played a massive tournament 1 million times, Tiger Woods would likely finish first most often (I guess I'm giving some of my list away now).
You could say "Well, just take the top 50 in the world golf rankings" and that would work, I guess. But that's kind of boring and I think we can all agree it's a little broken (unless you believe Rory McIlroy was a top-five player for much of 2013).
This is a list for right now, not a rolling list for the past two years.
Here are Nos. 20-11: