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Women's Olympic rankings for July 28, 2014

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Players will accumulate points in a two-year window in order to qualify for the 2016 Olympics. The cutoff date is July 11, 2016. 

Each of the top 15 players in the rankings will earn a spot, with no country having more than four representatives from the top 15. 

After the top 15 players, the rankings will be used to fill out the remaining 44 spots, with host Brazil receiving the 60th and final spot if not otherwise qualified. 

Here’s a look at the standings as of July 28, 2014 (click here for the men):

1. Stacy Lewis (USA)

2. Lydia Ko (New Zealand)

3. Inbee Park (Korea)

4. Suzann Pettersen (Norway)

5. Lexi Thompson (USA)

6. Michelle Wie (USA)

7. Karrie Webb (Australia)

8. Shanshan Feng (China)

9. So Yeon Ryu (Korea)

10. Cristie Kerr (USA)

11. Anna Nordqvist (Sweden)

12. Amy Yang (Korea)

13. Catriona Matthew (Great Britain)

14. Azahara Munoz (Spain)

15. Charley Hull (Great Britain)

16. Pornanong Phatlum (Thailand)

17. Karine Icher (France)

18. Caroline Hedwall (Sweden)

19. Beatriz Recari (Spain)

20. Sakura Yokomine (Japan)

21. Ariya Jutanugarn (Thailand)

22. Teresa Lu (Taipei)

23. Rikako Morita (Japan)

24. Julieta Granada (Paraguay)

25. Lee-Anne Pace (South Africa)

26. Sandra Gal (Germany)

27. Yani Tseng (Taipei)

28. Caroline Masson (Germany)

29. Gwladys Nocera (France)

30. Minjee Lee (Australia)

31. Stephanie Meadow (Ireland)

32. Line Vedel Hansen (Denmark)

33. Giulia Sergas (Italy)

34. Christel Boeljon (Netherlands)

35. Mariajo Uribe (Colombia)

36. Dewi Claire Schreefel (Netherlands)

37. Malene Jorgensen (Denmark)

38. Diana Luna (Italy)

39. Ashleigh Simon (South Africa)

40. Jennifer Rosales (Philippines)

41. Xiyu Lin (China)

42. Brooke Henderson (Canada)

43. Klara Spilkova (Czech Republic)

44. Alena Sharp (Canada)

45. Alejandra Llaneza (Mexico)

46. Paola Moreno (Colombia)

47. Paz Echeverria (Chile)

48. Maria Balikoeva (Russia)

49. Kelly Tan (Malaysia)

50. Marianne Skarpnord (Norway)

51. Minea Blomqvist (Finland)

52. Noora Tamminen (Finland)

53. Veronica Felibert (Venezuela)

54. Chloe Leurquin (Belgium)

55. Cathryn Bristow (New Zealand)

56. Margarita Ramos (Mexico)

57. Rebecca Codd (Ireland)

58. Gauri Monga (India)

59. Melanie Maetzler (Switzerland)

60. Mia Piccio (Philippines)