The top of the Rolex Rankings remains unchanged this week with New Zealand's Lydia Ko and Canadian Brooke Henderson easily holding down the top spots.
With 15.04 points, Ko has a significant edge over Henderson, who comes in with 8.62.
The 19-year-old Ko sat atop the leader board heading into the final round of this weekend's U.S. Women's Open at CordeValle, but stumbled on the back nine and watched American Brittany Lang charge to the win in a three-hole playoff with Anne Nordqvist.
Ko finished tied for third.
"I played really solid for the first seven holes but couldn't get some putts rolling," Ko said. "But just to be 1 under through 7, I was in a good position. I made kind of a dumb bogey on 8 and found some trouble on 9. And I think that kind of took me off a little bit. But I tried to have a positive mindset. There were still nine more holes to go."
With the win, Lang jumped 20 spots in the Rolex Rankings to 20th.
Lexi Thompson remains the top-ranked American and is No. 4 in the world with a 7.71 average after finishing in a tie for 32nd at the Women's Open.
Thompson is nipping at Inbee Park's heels. Park (7.91), who remains ranked third, did not play this past weekend because of a lingering thumb injury.
Sei Young Kim rounds out the Rolex top 5 at 6.85.