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    Default Rolex Rankings Movers of the Year

    It has been a very unusual LPGA season so far to say the least. Due to the pandemic there were four tournaments played early in the year, and then play was halted for five months. Play finally resumed on the last day of July, but fans were not allowed to attend. Nine more tournaments have now been played, so thirteen tournaments are now in the books. The player results of these thirteen tournaments have been treated by the Rolex Women’s Golf World Rankings as any other results would have been treated in any normal year.

    Thirteen tournaments may not sound like a lot, but it has resulted in major changes in the Rolex Rankings in 2020. Changes that will have a direct affect as to what players will qualify for both the 2021 Olympic and Solheim Cup teams.



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    www.womensgolf.com/womens-golf-world-rankings-movers-of-the-year

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    I think you have the fever Tony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webster View Post
    I think you have the fever Tony.
    LOL...I guess I have been told worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webster View Post
    I think you have the fever Tony.
    Yellow or lesbian?
    Forum needs more banter.

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    Serious question, who does your stats for you?

    Using the points metric you've devised seems a bit redundant, your biggest decliner has moved from #1 to... #1.

    So there's less events, less points on offer, but they were leading by that many points that their ranking didn't change with drop of points. So have they actually declined?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppas View Post
    Serious question, who does your stats for you?

    Using the points metric you've devised seems a bit redundant, your biggest decliner has moved from #1 to... #1.

    So there's less events, less points on offer, but they were leading by that many points that their ranking didn't change with drop of points. So have they actually declined?
    Of course she has declined. She had a five point lead at one time and now its down to about a point and a half. If Sei Young wins another tournament before her, we could very well have a new No.1. That would have never seemed possible at the begining of the year.

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    I'd never have believed it either. Guess your stats don't lie.



 

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