Rory McIlroy has become the youngest member of the world's top 100.

The Holywood teenager, 19, jumped 11 places to 91st in the latest World Rankings thanks to his fifth top-10 finish of the season in Portugal.

Still seeking his first tour win, McIlroy will make the world's top 50 and earn a place in all next year's Majors if he wins before the end of the year.

He can still secure a place in every Major bar the Masters if he finishes the season inside the top 15 in to the Order of Merit.

He is currently 37th with over €627,000 and needs to finish first or second in next week's Volvo Masters to make the top 15.