Tiger Woods is out of the top 50 again in the latest world rankings.
A week after regaining his spot in the top 50, Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano condemned Woods to 51st place after finishing second at the Dunlop Phoenix in Japan.
Woods dropped out of top 50 a month ago when Louis Oosthuizen finished in a three-way tie for fifth in the Dunhill Links Championship.
That ended a streak of 778 consecutive weeks inside the top 50, dating back to when Woods was number 61 on October 13, 1996.
The disappointment came after Woods was enjoying victory for America in the Presidents Cup in Melbourne.
After shooting five under to beat Aaron Baddeley 4 and 3, Woods said: "I played well all week, but didn't make any putts in the first four matches. Today they poured right in."
There are two Australians in the top 10 with Adam Scott and Jason Day at No.7 and No.8 respectively.
The top 20 rankings: 1. Luke Donald (ENG), 2. Rory McIlroy (NIR), 3. Lee Westwood (ENG), 4. Martin Kaymer (GER), 5. Steve Stricker (USA), 6. Dustin Johnson (USA), 7. Adam Scott (AUS), 8. Jason Day (AUS), 9. Webb Simpson (USA), 10. Matt Kuchar (USA), 11. Nick Watney (USA), 12. Phil Mickelson (USA), 13. Charl Schwartzel (SAF), 14. Graeme McDowell (NIR), 15. KJ Choi (KOR), 16. Justin Rose (ENG), 17. Sergio Garcia (SPA), 18. Bubba Watson (USA), 19. Hunter Mahan (USA), 20. David Toms (USA).