Hee Young Park soars in women's world rankings

The Sports NetworkJuly 15, 2013 

Hee Young Park was a playoff winner at the LPGA's Manulife Financial LPGA Classic and made a big move in the latest women's world rankings.

Park soared 16 places to No. 21 this week.

At the top of the rankings, the top seven remained the same. Inbee Park was again followed by Stacy Lewis, Suzann Pettersen, Na Yeon Choi, So Yeon Ryu, Shanshan Feng and Karrie Webb.

Jiyai Shin jumped two to No. 8, I.K. Kim remained ninth and Yani Tseng fell two to 10th. Ai Miyazato stayed in 11th.

Catriona Matthew and Cristie Kerr exchanged places with Matthew up one to 12th. Paula Creamer and Mika Miyazato remained 14th and 15th. Angela Stanford, who lost to Hee Young Park in the playoff, moved up three to 16th.

Amateur Lydia Ko and Ariya Jutanugarn were both down one to 17 and 18, while Amy Yang inched up one to 19th. Lizette Salas dropped two to 20th.

Park made a big move with the win, as did Meena Lee, who finished fourth. Lee soared 20 places to 69th.

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