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Rolex Rankings Movers of the Year 2013.

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As we wait for the 2014 season to begin (we are about three weeks away), it gives me a little time to look back at the players that made the biggest moves in the Rolex Rankings in 2013.

The Rolex Rankings system awards points to players based on an accumulated 104-week "rolling" period, with the points awarded in the most recent 13-week period carrying a stronger value.
A player is then ranked according to her average points per tournament, as determined by dividing her total number of points by the number of eligible tournaments played during the 104 week period. A minimum divisor (35) is also used.

I have gone back to the first Rolex Rankings of the year and compared them to the current rankings. The only requirements for my list is: (1) A player must have been ranked in the top 100 at the start of the year, or be in the top 100 now. (2) A player must have started the year 2013 with a minimum rating of 0.50 (or else this chart would be filled with unknown names.)

The Year's Biggest Gainers:
1- Lydia Ko - 2.40 to 7.48 = Gain of 5.08 (moved from #43 to #4)
2- Suzann Pettersen - 7.04 to 10.39 = Gain of 3.35 (move 6 to 2)
3- Inbee Park - 8.03 to 10.91 = Gain of 2.88 (move 4 to 1)
4- Ha Na Jang - 1.44 to 4.20 = Gain of 2.76 (move 92 to 14)
5- Lizette Salas - 1.47 to 3.76 = Gain of 2.29 (move 89 to 20)
6- Ariya Jutanugarn - 0.54 to 2.81 = Gain of 2.27 (move 236 to 29)
7- Sei Young Kim - 0.70 to 2.71 = Gain of 2.01 (move 189 to 33)
8- Beatriz Recari - 1.89 to 3.77 = Gain of 1.88 (move 57 to 19)
9- Mamika Higa - 0.68 to 2.17 = Gain of 1.49 (move 195 to 50)
10- Ihlee Lee - 1.52 to 2.73 = Gain of 1.21 (move 84 to 32)
11- Gerina Piller - 1.41 to 2.61 = Gain of 1.20 (move 95 to 37)
12- Hee Young Park - 2.62 to 3.80 = Gain of 1.18 (move 37 to 18)
13- Jodi Ewart Shadoff - 1.00 to 2.07 = Gain of 1.07 (move 137 to 54)
14- Pornanong Phatlum - 1.69 to 2.62 = Gain of 0.93 (move 70 to 36)
15- Jessica Korda - 1.61 to 2.50 = Gain of 0.89 (move 78 to 41)
16- Lexi Thompson - 4.05 to 4.91 = Gain of 0.86 (move 24 to 9)
17- Caroline Hedwall - 2.47 to 3.35 = Gain of 0.88 (move 40 to 23)
18- Stacy Lewis - 8.39 to 9.14 = Gain of 0.75 (move 3 to 3)

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