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At the end of the year, everybody wants to be at the top of the world rankings.

On the Men’s stage it is no surprise that Rory Mcilroy is the top dog, holding almost a 3 point lead over his closest rival Henrik Stensson. The mens rankings have seen some dramatic falls for some of the biggest names in golf. Most notably, but hardly surprising Tiger Woods fell from world number one to number 32.The English pairing of Luke Donald and Ian Poulter, falling from 17th to 33rd and 12th to 27th respectively have also dropped down the ranks. Both will be looking to improve, with a good display at the first major of the year the 2015 Masters, a course that should suit Donald’s game.

One of the big risers in the game was Danny Willett who rose from 116th to 50thwhich allows him to appear in his first Masters Tournament in 2015. Another compatriot hoping to join him will be Tommy Fleetwood who rose 67 places to 51st.

A nice little tale comes from Erik Compton, the 35 year old American who is a survivor of a double heart transplant, who himself had a stellar year improving his world ranking by 267 spots.

On the ladies circuit South Korean Inbee Park leads the way from New Zealander Lydia Ko. English youngster Charley Hull climbed from outside the top 100 to 38th on the list, having claimed the European Tour Order of Merit at just 18 years of age.

Another stand out performance on the ladies circuit was the revival of Michelle Wie, who rose to 6th, beginning to show the immense talent she demonstrated as a teenager. Many think that 2015 will be Michelle Wie´s year, although many think the stand out lady to watch will be the immensely talented Charley Hull.

It should be a great year for British golf on both the mens and ladies rankings.

The world rankings Mcilory added another trophy to his cabinet with the European Tour Player of the Year award, capping a truly magnificent and dominant year for the Northern Irishman.

With the upcoming American youngsters, Speith and Fowler the battle for supremacy on both sides of the pond will be huge. Both Speith and Fowler must fancy their chances at the Augusta National in April, and the world will be watching on with anticipation to see who, if anyone can challenge the dominance of Rory.

Although interestingly, the Masters Champion could come from the left handed contingent of players which have enjoyed great success in recent years at Augusta. Is this trend showcasing some of the weaknesses of the layout of Augusta? With the advancement in technology and the increasing difficulty player’s face trying to shape the ball, the Augusta National course certainly shapes up better for lefties.