Park claims top spot in women's world rankings

A week after winning her second major championship, Inbee Park inched up one place to the No. 1 spot in this week's women's world rankings.

Park moves to the top spot for the first time in her career. Stacy Lewis dipped 0.04 average points behind Park and into the No. 2 spot in the rankings.

Yani Tseng stayed at No. 3 and was followed by Na Yeon Choi, So Yeon Ryu, Suzann Pettersen, Jiyai Shin, Shanshan Feng and Ai Miyazato.

Karrie Webb inched up one to 10th and that bumped Paula Creamer down to 11th. Cristie Kerr was 12th again and she was trailed by Catriona Matthew, Mika Miyazato and I.K. Kim.

Azahara Munoz and Amy Yang exchanged places with Munoz climbing to 16th. Angela Stanford, Mi-Jeong Jeon and Sun Ju Ahn remained 18th to 20th for the third straight week.

Na Ri Kim won a ladies event in Japan and soared 28 spots to No. 85 this week.