2019 Women's World Golf Rankings: No. 1, Top 50 at End of Year

Which golfer in the world of women's golf finished the year 2019 at No. 1 in the rankings? Let's find out, along with looking at the end-of-year Top 50 in the Rolex Rankings, the official world rankings of women's professional golf.

Jin Young Ko finished the year 2019 at No. 1 in the rankings. Ko won two major championships during the year, the ANA Inspiration and the Evian Championship. She had four LPGA Tour wins total, the other two being the Bank of Hope Founders Cup and the CP Women's Open. Ko also won the Korean LPGA at the Hite Jinro Championship.

Women's World Golf Rankings, End of 2019

These were the Top 50 golfers in the final Rolex Rankings of the calendar year 2019. For comparison's sake, the number next to each golfer's name is her average ranking points earned per start.

1. Jin Young Ko, South Korea, 9.45
2. Sung Hyun Park, South Korea, 6.77
3. Nelly Korda, United States, 6.53
4. Danielle Kang, United States, 5.77
5. Sei Young Kim, South Korea, 5.63
6. Nasa Hataoka, Japan, 5.62
7. Jeong Eun Lee6, South Korea, 5.51
8. Brooke Henderson, Canada, 5.49
9. Minjee Lee, Australia, 5.45
10. Lexi Thompson, United States, 5.30
11. Hinako Shibuno, Japan, 4.76
12. Ariya Jutanugarn, Thailand, 4.64
13. Hyo-Joo Kim, South Korea, 4.47
14. Inbee Park, South Korea, 4.31
15. Ai Suzuki, Japan, 4.28
16. Carlota Ciganda, Spain, 4.27
17. Jessica Korda, United States, 4.26
18. So Yeon Ryu, South Korea, 3.88
19. Lizette Salas, United States, 3.75
20. Amy Yang, South Korea, 3.69
21. Mi Jung Hur, South Korea, 3.63
22. Hannah Green, Japan, 3.45
23. Shanshan Feng, China, 3.34
24. Jiyai Shin, South Korea, 3.17
25. Hee Jeong Lim, South Korea, 3.14
26. Charley Hull, England, 3.02
27. Hye Jin Choi, South Korea, 2.97
28. Brittany Altomare, United States, 2.90
29. Seon Woo Bae, South Korea, 2.81
30. Da Yeon Lee, South Korea, 2.79
31. Bronte Law, England, 2.76
32. Ha Na Jang, South Korea, 2.75
33. Marina Alex, United States, 2.71
34. Eun-Hee Ji, South Korea, 2.58
35. A Yean Cho, South Korea, 2.53
36. Yu Liu, China, 2.52
37. Caroline Masson, Germany, 2.42
38. Moriya Jutanugarn, Thailand, 2.40
39. I.K. Kim, South Korea, 2.36
40. Lydia Ko, New Zealand, 2.35
41. Georgia Hall, England, 2.33
42. Angel Yin, United States, 2.33
43. Azahara Munoz, Spain, 2.26
44. Megan Khang, United States, 2.23
45. Kristen Gillman, United States, 2.13
46. Minyoung2 Lee, South Korea, 2.12
47. Sun Ju Ahn, South Korea, 2.12
48. In Gee Chun, South Korea, 2.12
49. Mi Hyang Lee, South Korea, 2.04
50. Min Ji Park, South Korea, 2.01

The above Top 50 was published by the Rolex Rankings on December 30, 2019. You can view the full rankings on that day here.

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