Not much change in women's world rankings this week
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - With the International Crown in action last week, there was barely any change to this week's women's world rankings.
Stacy Lewis, who was a member of the United States team that was eliminated after the third round of the International Crown, remains in the No. 1 slot, followed by Lydia Ko and Korean team member Inbee Park.
Suzann Pettersen remained at No. 4, Lexi Thompson is still No. 5 and this year's U.S. Women's Open champion Michelle Wie stayed put at No. 6. Karrie Webb, Shanshan Feng, So Yeon Ryu and Cristie Kerr rounded out the top 10.
Anna Nordqvist, Paula Creamer, Angela Stanford, Lizette Salas, Amy Yang, Jessica Korda and Catriona Matthew are 11 through 17 respectively, the same spots they were in last week.
The first change in the top 20 was at 18 and 19. Sun Ju Ahn and Na Yeon Choi swapped spots with Ahn taking over at No. 18 and Choi dropping a spot to No. 19. Rounding out the top 20 is Azahara Munoz, who is No. 20 for another week.
Julie Greciet, who earned her first LET victory at the Sberbank Golf Masters in the Czech Republic on Sunday, jumped 163 spots from No. 346 to No. 183.
07/28 11:55:41 ET