Former World No. 1 Tiger Woods will drop out of the top 10 rankings which will be released on Monday for the first time since 1997.
Woods, who has not won a golf tournament in the past year and a half, had been World No 1 from June 2005 until Lee Westwood took that spot last year in November. Woods' last victory was the 2009 Australian Masters.
Woods' star power however, remains almost as bright as ever. The 35-year old American continues to be the biggest sports celebrity in the world, sitting at No. 6 on Forbes magazines annual 'Celebrity 100' list of the most powerful people in the entertainment business.