Thanks, but specifically I was wondering about her ranking. She is in the top 75 FOR NOW, but she isn't going to be playing any time soon and so her ranking will drop. If she falls out of the top 75 before October, is she screwed?
She could drop to #750 and it wouldn't matter ... she was in the top-75 on August 8 and that's what counts for going straight to Q-series.
Thanks, that was the cutoff date I was looking for!
In Gee moved to the 8th spot, her highest ranking in years. Jin Young hangs on to #1 for another week.
Rankings: 1 Jin Young Ko 8.23 8 (+2) In Gee Chun 5.11 9 (-1) Hyo Joo Kim 5.11 12 Sei Young Kim 3.91 14 (+5) Min Ji Park 3.58 16 (-1) Inbee Park 3.45 19 (-1) Hye Jin Choi 3.30 40 Jeongeun Lee6 2.35 41 A Lim Kim 2.34
Narin An +2
On the KLPGA, Yewon Lee -1 to 61, Ina Yoon still 71, So Young Lee +18 to 80.
Ok, thanks for the info. Did the Evian make any changes to their course so that Rolex would Rank them as a Major. Or was the LPGA dissonating Evian as a Major was all it took for Rolex to do the same. Or do Rolex have any criteria for changing an existing course into a Major.
Jin Young hangs on to #1 for another week by the skin of her teeth. She's now been #1 for 152 weeks; the all-time record is 158 by Ochoa. Hye Jin with another top three that gained her almost no improvement in her ranking...
Rankings: 1 Jin Young Ko 7.25 8 In Gee Chun 4.89 9 (+1) Hyo Joo Kim 4.71 13 (-1) Sei Young Kim 3.56 17 (-1) Min Ji Park 3.43 19 (+2) Hye Jin Choi 3.28 23 Inbee Park 2.99 37 Su Ji Kim 2.38 40 (+1) Yewon Lee 2.31
On the KLPGA, Yewon Lee moved into the top 40 for the first time in her career! Hyo Ju You's win moved her up +204 to 193rd. Carrie Park +210 to 243. Yaeeun Hong +66 to 295. Min Sol Kim moved up +376 spots (!!) to 461.