Stephen Gallacher is only Scot in golf's top 100 world rankings
Scotland boasts only one golfer in the world's top 100, the latest men's rankings show.
Stephen Gallacher, who is preparing to make his Masters debut at Augusta, has dropped one place to 38th in the rankings.
Compatriot Martin Laird falls three places to 101st, while US-based Russell Knox rises four spots to 111th.
Tiger Woods remains number one and defending Masters champion Adam Scott is in second spot.
England's Justin Rose retains his place at number six with Sergio Garcia leapfrogging Dustin Johnson into eighth spot.
Scotland's Marc Warren slips four places to 135th, with Scott Jamieson 143rd in the rankings.
Former Open champion Paul Lawrie is two places further back and Richie Ramsey climbs two spots to 154th.