The Indian ace recently finished a creditable 49th in his first Masters, in what was just his second appearance at a major. Lahiri followed that up with a more disappointing 44th place at the RBC Heritage last week.
As a result, Lahiri, who has as already claimed two titles in 2015, continues the upward trend that saw him break into the top 100 last year, finishing the 2014 campaign ranked 64th.
Thongchai Jaidee is next on the list at 45th, with the Thai golfer having come home in 55th at the Masters.
Victory at last week's Shenzen International sees Kiradech Aphibarnrat bolt back into the top 100, with the 25-year-old now ranked 78th, having previously sat at 116th.