After tying for sixth at the Swinging Skirts LPGA Classic in windy San Francisco on the weekend, Brooke Henderson moved up to two spots to fifth in the world women’s rankings.
Henderson is currently on a streak of nine consecutive top-10 finishes, eight of them coming on the LPGA Tour.
Hamilton’s Alena Sharp also ascended in the rankings, moving up three spots to 120th in the world.
Henderson and Sharp look to comprise Canada’s Olympic women’s team in Rio this summer and on the men’s side, Graham DeLaet is top Canadian, having moved up two spots from 121st to 119th in the world.
David Hearn jumped 10 spots in the world rankings from 152nd to 142nd, with Adam Hadwin in 185th.
Brad Fritsch, who finished second at the Web .com Tour’s El Bosque Mexico Championship, took a big leap from 298th to 243rd.
Nick Taylor is 273rd, up from the 288th spot he occupied last week.