SEOUL (AFP) - England's Lee Westwood spoke Monday of his pride at regaining the world number one spot after a thrilling weekend of play that saw his compatriot Luke Donald stumble in his bid for the top ranking. Westwood , who held the top spot for 17 weeks before being deposed by Germany's Martin Kaymer, won the Indonesian Masters on Sunday but had to rely on Donald's playoff slip-up at the US PGA Heritage Tournament to steal the coveted position. The Englishman held the top ranking from November last year until February 28, when Kaymer leap-frogged him to the top of the golfing ladder. Westwood 's three-shot win in Indonesia was enough to regain the accolade after Donald lost out in a play-off in South Carolina to Brandt Snedeker. Golf fans have been gripped by a fierce tussle for the top spot since Tiger Woods surrendered the position six months ago. While Westwood and Kaymer have traded the top slot, Phil Mickelson, Graeme McDowell and Donald have all been within striking distance, while a winless Woods slipped back.