Park extends lead atop women's world rankings

Inbee Park collected her third win of the season on Sunday and pushed her lead atop the women's world rankings to nearly a full point.

Park led No. 2 Stacy Lewis by 0.34 average points last week, but pushed her lead to 0.99 average points this week.

Park and Lewis were again followed by Na Yeon Choi, Yani Tseng, Suzann Pettersen, So Yeon Ryu, Jiyai Shin, Shanshan Feng, Ai Miyazato, Karrie Webb and Paula Creamer.

Cristie Kerr inched up one to No. 12, while I.K. Kim improved two spots to 13th. Catriona Matthew slid a pair to 14th and Mika Miyazato dipped one to 15.

Azahara Munoz remained 16th and was trailed again by Amy Yang and Angela Stanford. Lizette Salas jumped three to 19th and Mi-Jeong Jeon was down one spot to round out the top 20.

Sun Ju Ahn was 20th last week, but tumbled two to 22nd this week. Carlota Ciganda was runner-up to Park in Texas last week, and she climbed 20 spots to No. 28 this week.