Where once women's golf was ruled by Tseng Ya-ni, Park In Bee and Lydia Ko, the lack of a dominant figure over the past year has allowed more players to dream of reaching the sport's pinnacle.
Ko's 85-week run as world No. 1 ended on June 11 last year with Ariya Jutanugarn her successor. Three other women - Ryu So Yeon, Park Sung Hyun and Feng Shanshan - have taken turns claiming the top spot. This shows no sign of stopping as Feng could be replaced by Lexi Thompson next week, depending on results at the HSBC Women's World Championship.
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