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Few changes in women's world rankings

Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - With the LPGA and Ladies European Tours off last weekend, there was little movement in the latest women's world rankings.

Inbee Park, Stacy Lewis, Suzann Pettersen and Na Yeon Choi remained the top four players in the world. So Yeon Ryu and Yani Tseng exchanged places with Ryu inching up one to fifth. Shanshan Feng stayed put in seventh.

Karrie Webb inched up one to eighth and that bumped Jiyai Shin down one to ninth. Shin was trailed by Ai Miyazato, Cristie Kerr, Catriona Matthew, Paula Creamer, I.K. Kim, Mika Miyazato, Ariya Jutanugarn and Amy Yang, who remained 10th through 17th.

Lizette Salas inched up one to 18th and that knocked amateur Lydia Ko down to No. 19. Angela Stanford stayed put in 20th.

06/17 18:14:57 ET

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