With the LPGA and Ladies European Tours off last weekend, there was little movement in the latest women's world rankings.
Sue Kim birdied the first playoff hole on Sunday to defeat Laura Kueny and win the Decatur-Forsyth Classic.
Inbee Park collected her second major championship of the season on Sunday and that helped Park increase her lead atop the women's world rankings.
LPGA Hall of Famer Karrie Webb collected her 39th LPGA Tour title on Sunday and that helped her move to eighth in this week's women's world rankings.
Carlota Ciganda birdied the first playoff hole on Sunday to beat Charley Hull and win the rain-shortened Ladies German Open.
Ilhee Lee collected her first LPGA Tour victory on Sunday and she jumped to No. 34 in the women's world rankings.
Holly Clyburn carded a 2-under 71 on Sunday and wrapped up her maiden Ladies European Tour victory at the Deloitte Ladies Open in Holland.
The University of Southern California women's golf team cruised to an easy 21-stroke win at the NCAA Women's Golf Championship on Friday.
With parts of the Ocean Club Golf Course flooded, tournament officials shortened Friday's first round of the inaugural Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic to 12 holes.
The inaugural Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic was cut to 54 holes on Wednesday, a day before the event was to begin.
Jennifer Johnson claimed her first LPGA Tour title on Sunday and that helped her move to No. 52 in the women's world rankings.
Giulia Molinaro fired a 7-under 65 in the final round to win the Friends of Mission Charity Classic.
With the LPGA Tour off last week, Hiromi Mogi and Lee-Anne Pace won the biggest women's events played over the weekend and both made big moves in the women's world rankings.
Lee-Anne Pace carded a 1-under-par 72 on Sunday and won the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open by a single stroke.
Hiromi Mogi fired a 4-under 68 on Sunday to secure a victory at the World Ladies Championship Salonpas Cup.
Laura Kueny closed with a 1-under 71 on Saturday to earn a 1-stroke win at the Symetra Classic.
Cristie Kerr topped Suzann Pettersen on the second playoff hole on Sunday to win the Kingsmill Championship for the third time and move into the top 10 of the 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.
Christine Song birdied the second playoff hole to beat Isabelle Boineau and win the Guardian Retirement Championship at Sara Bay on Sunday.
Suzann Pettersen was a playoff winner in Hawaii on Saturday and that helped her inch up one spot to No. 5 in this week's women's world rankings.
Marianne Skarpnord was named the winner of the African Women's Open after the event was called following the completion of just a single round.
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.
Inbee Park claimed her second major championship on Sunday and that helped her move up to No. 2 in this week's women's world rankings.
Teenager Ariya Jutanugarn picked up her first Ladies European Tour title on Sunday and that helped her move to No. 33 in this week's women's world rankings.
Ariya Jutanugarn closed with her third straight 4-under 67 on Sunday to earn a 3-stroke win at the Lalla Meryem Cup.
Beatriz Recari collected her second LPGA Tour title on Sunday and that helped her jump 19 spots to No. 26 in this week's women's world rankings.
Melissa Eaton closed with an even-par 72 on Sunday to win the Florida's Natural Charity Classic by three strokes.
Yani Tseng has withdrawn from the Kia Classic after missing her pro-am time on Wednesday morning.
For one-quarter of her life, Stacy Lewis was in a back brace due to scoliosis. So having to overcome a 2-stroke penalty on her caddie was easy.
Stacy Lewis won her seventh LPGA Tour title on Sunday and that helped her jump to the No. 1 spot in this week's women's world rankings.
U.S. Solheim Cup captain Meg Mallon added Laura Diaz as her second assistant captain on Wednesday.
Natalie Gulbis withdrew from this week's RR Donnelley LPGA Founders Cup with Malaria, the LPGA Tour announced Wednesday morning.
Suzann Pettersen rallied for her sixth Ladies European Tour victory on Sunday and that helped her improve one spot to No. 7 in this week's women's world rankings.
Suzann Pettersen fired a 6-under 66 on Sunday to take a 1-stroke victory at the World Ladies Championship.
Stacy Lewis climbed a spot to No. 3 in this week's women's world rankings courtesy of her win at the HSBC Women's Champions on Sunday.
Inbee Park picked up her fourth LPGA Tour title on Sunday in Thailand, but remained No. 4 in this week's women's world rankings.
Jaclyn Sweeney fired a 5-under 67 on Sunday to win the VisitMesa.com Gateway Classic at Longbow Golf Club.
Jiyai Shin took home her 11th LPGA title at the Women's Australian Open to move up two spots to No. 6 in this week's women's world rankings.
Lydia Ko won her third professional event on Sunday at the ISPS Handa NZ Women's Open and moved up eight spots to No. 30 in this week's women's world rankings.
Lydia Ko became the youngest player to ever win a Ladies European Tour event on Sunday when she drained a 3-foot par putt on the final hole at the ISPS Handa NZ Women's Open.
Lydia Ko, the top-ranked amateur in the world, was one of nine players invited to this year's Kraft Nabisco Championship on Thursday.
Karrie Webb won the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters for the eighth time on Sunday and that helped her jump five spots to No. 12 in this week's women's world rankings.
Karrie Webb fired a 5-under 67 on Sunday and came from behind to win the Volvik RACV Ladies Masters.
The LPGA Tour announced a new biennial event, the International Crown, on Thursday at the PGA Merchandise show.
The LPGA Tour released its 2013 schedule on Tuesday and the 28-event slate features three new events.
Colleen Walker, a nine-time winner on the LPGA Tour, passed away Tuesday at the age of 56 at her home in Valrico, Florida.
The 2012 LPGA Tour season looked like it would be dominated by its top player, but she struggled over the summer and let others jump to the fore.
Shanshan Feng closed with a 3- under 69 on Saturday to win the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters by five strokes.
Pornanong Phatlum fired a 6-under 66 on Sunday to capture her third Hero Women's Indian Open title.
The United States Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club announced on Wednesday a proposal to ban anchored strokes.