Rory McIlroy, Shane Lowry and Graeme McDowell have all moved up in the World Golf Rankings after the Canadian Open.
McIlroy's win has leapfrogged him past Justin Rose into third place, while Lowry's tie for second spot moved him up 10 places to 32nd.
McDowell's share of eighth was enough for a 20-place rise to 101st and a place at this summer's Open Championship in his home town of Portrush.
Speaking after his win, which has made him favourite for next week's US Open, McIlroy said: "I'm just going to know my game's in good shape and try to win another major."
McIlroy rated the win his best since the 2015 Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow in North Carolina and noted he had also won the week before the 2014 PGA Championship, his most recent major victory, so hoped to repeat that experience next week.
"When I had that run in '14, I didn't really celebrate it too much," he said.
"It was almost as if I was playing an eight-round tournament, and that's how I feel here. I've played really well these four days and it sets me up for next week."