Little Change in Womens World Rankings


One week after the LPGA announced changes to the formula used to determine the Rolex Women's World Rankings, there was little movement among the top 20.
Annika Sorenstam, who won the Scandinavian TPC over the weekend, remained first, followed by Lorena Ochoa, who lost by a stroke to Sorenstam. Karrie Webb, Paula Creamer and Cristie Kerr, who overcame an eight-stroke deficit on Sunday to win the Canadian Women's Open, rounded out the top five.
Juli Inkster, Michelle Wie, Jeong Jang, Yuri Fudoh and Ai Miyazato completed the top 10. Mi Hyun Kim, Hee-Won Han, Se Ri Pak, Pat Hurst and Shiho Ohyama stayed in spots 11-15 for the second consecutive week.
Seon-Hwa Lee and Natalie Gulbis switched spots from last week. The Korean moved up one to 16th, while the American dropped one spot to No. 17. Sakura Yokomine, Sophie Gustafson and reigning Women's British Open champion Sherri Steinhauer finished off the top 20.
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  • Latest Women's World Ranking