Little Change in Womens World Rankings


Following an off week for the LPGA, there was little change to latest Rolex Women's World Golf Rankings.
In the top 10, Michelle Wie was bumped from seventh to eighth by the one-spot climb of Jeong Jang. Wie missed another cut against the men at the PGA Tour's 84 Lumber Classic -- her 10th missed cut in 11 starts worldwide against the opposite sex.
Further down, Yuri Fudoh moved up one place to 11th and knocked fellow Japanese golfer Shiho Ohyama to 12th. Koreans Se-Ri Pak and Hee-Won Han switched places, with Pak moving up to 14th.
Sophie Gustafson made the biggest jump in the top 20, climbing two places to 18th. Sherri Steinhauer was also a mover, getting a one-spot bump to 20th.
Of course, Annika Sorenstam was No. 1 again. She was followed by Lorena Ochoa, Karrie Webb, Cristie Kerr, Juli Inkster, Paula Creamer, Jang, Wie, Ai Miyazato and Pat Hurst to round out the top 10.
Fudoh, Ohyama, Mi Hyun Kim, Pak, Han, Seon-Hwa Lee, Natalie Gulbis, Gustafson, Jee Young Lee and Steinhauer made up places 11-20.
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