Womens Official World Rankings:
Here are the Top 20 golfers on the latest Rolex Womens Official World Ranking list as updated on June 29, 2009
1 Lorena Ochoa (Mex) 13.34
2 Ya-Ni Tseng (Tai) 9.52
3 Ji-Yai Shin (Kor) 8.35
4 Paula Creamer (USA) 7.44
5 Cristie Kerr (USA) 7.24
6 Suzann Pettersen (Nor) 6.71
7 Angela Stanford (USA) 6.62
8 In-Kyung Kim (Kor) 5.58
9 Karrie Webb (Aus) 5.16
10 Helen Alfredsson (Swe) 5.11
11 Song-Hee Kim (Kor) 4.07
12 Lindsey Wright (Aus) 4.01
13 Katherine Hull (Aus) 3.93
14 Na Yeon Choi (Kor) 3.81
15 Kristy McPherson (USA) 3.77
16 Seon Hwa Lee (Kor) 3.75
17 Sakura Yokomine (Jpn) 3.58
18 Hee-Won Han (Kor) 3.46
19 Yuri Fudoh (Jpn) 3.34
20 Jee Young Lee (Kor) 3.33
Dustin Johnson bidding to hit back from disappointing Masters defence
Johnson had to hand back his green jacket and hang around to present new champion Hideki Matsuyama with his.
Hideki Matsuyama hopes Masters victory can inspire youngsters back home in Japan
Matsuyama became the first Japanese male to win a major at Augusta.
Justin Rose relishing packed major schedule after taking positives from Masters
Rose signed for a closing 74 which included a birdie on the 18th.
Hideki Matsuyama hopes Masters win ‘opens the floodgates’ for Japan
Historic win was seen around the world.
Jon Rahm ready for baby duties after finishing with a flourish
The new father was left wondering might have been at Augusta on Sunday.
Masters day four: Hideki Matsuyama makes history for Japan
Matsuyama became his country’s first male major winner while new dad Jon Rahm produced the round of the day.
Hideki Matsuyama survives nervy final round to win Masters green jacket
A one-shot win over Will Zalatoris made Matsuyama the first Japanese winner of a men’s major.
Hideki Matsuyama remains on course for maiden major title at Augusta
Matsuyama steadied the ship after a shaky start to his closing round.
Hideki Matsuyama enjoying ‘less stressful’ Masters as he eyes landmark moment
The 29-year-old holds a four-shot lead heading into the final round at Augusta.