China's Shanshan Feng catapulted into the top five of the Women's World Golf "Rolex" Rankings after securing back-to-back LPGA Tour victories.
Feng, a 27-year-old and six-time winner on Tour, secured the No. 4 world ranking after picking up victories at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia on Oct. 30 and the Toto Japan Classic this past Sunday.
Additionally, the reigning Olympic bronze medalist has four top-four finishes in her last four events leading up to her two most recent victories.
The 2012 LPGA Championship winner has held the No. 4 ranking for a total of 25 weeks throughout her career. She was ranked as high as No. 3 after winning the LPGA Championship, her first Tour victory.
New Zealand's Lydia Ko remains the top-ranked player in the world for the 55th straight week. Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn stays put at No. 2 and South Korea's In Gee Chun remains at No. 3.
South Korea's Inbee Park fell two spots to No. 9, but remains in the top 10 for her 221st consecutive week. South Korea's Sung Hyun Park dropped one spot and rounds out the top 10.