- Tiger Woods
- 683 week(s)
- Not Applicable ()
The most weeks ranked number one in golf is 683, achieved by Tiger Woods (USA) between 15 June 1997 and 17 May 2014.
As of September 2020, a total of 24 players had reached the top of the Official World Golf Rankings since their introduction on 6 April 1986. Tiger Woods had topped the rankings a total of 11 times, with his reign of 281 weeks between 12 June 2005 and 30 October 2010 the longest consecutive streak. His cumulative time spent at No.1 – more than 13 years – is twice that of the next-best golfer, Greg Norman (331 weeks).