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Minor changes in women's world rankings

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Updated: 11/05/2013 12:24 am

Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - With the LPGA Tour having the week off in preparation for the final tournament in its five-event Asian swing, there were minor changes in this week's women's world rankings.

Inbee Park maintained the top spot ahead of Suzann Pettersen, Stacy Lewis, So Yeon Ryu and Lydia Ko.

Na Yeon Choi, Shanshan Feng, Karrie Webb. I.K. Kim and Catriona Matthew also stayed put from sixth through 10th. The next five players remained the same with Paula Creamer, Cristie Kerr, Jiyai Shin, Lexi Thompson and Ai Miyazato standing firm from 11th to 15th.

The first changes in the rankings came with Hee Young Park jumping up a pair of slots to 16th, which caused Angela Stanford and Amy Yang to each drop a place to 17th and 18th, respectively.

Beatriz Recari moved up two places to 19th as Lizette Salas and Mika Miyazato each fell a position to sit in 20th and 21st.

Caroline Hedwall, Karine Icher, Anna Nordqvist and Ha Na Jang stayed put to again round out the top 25.

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