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PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - A look at the 57 times there has been a change at No. 1 in the world ranking, and what the players did the week they reached No. 1:
April 6, 1986 - Bernhard Langer: Did not play.
April 27, 1986 - Seve Ballesteros: Runner-up in the Madrid Open.
Sept. 14, 1986 - Greg Norman: Won the European Open.
Nov. 22, 1987 - Seve Ballesteros: Tied for third in the Dunlop Phoenix in Japan.
Nov. 29, 1987 - Greg Norman: Won the Australian Open.
Oct. 30, 1988 - Seve Ballesteros: Runner-up in the Volvo Masters.
Nov. 13, 1988 - Seve Ballesteros: Won the Taiheiyo Masters
April 2, 1989 - Seve Ballesteros: Tied for third in the Houston Open.
Aug. 20, 1989 - Greg Norman: Won The International.
Sept. 2, 1990 - Nick Faldo: Did not play as he recovered from a wrist injury
Oct. 14, 1990 - Greg Norman: Did not play.
Feb. 3, 1991 - Nick Faldo: Did not play.
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