Final women’s Olympic Golf Rankings revealed as two-year qualification period for Paris 2024 Olympic Games concludes.

The women’s Olympic Golf Ranking features 60 qualifiers representing 33 different countries. The US and the Republic of Korea are the only countries with more than two qualifiers: Nelly Korda, Lilia Vu and Rose Zhang, and Jin Young Ko, Amy Yang and Hyo Joo Kim.

The women’s qualification period for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games began on 24 June 2022 and concluded following the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship last weekend. The top 15 world-ranked players were eligible for the Olympics, with a limit of four players from a given country.

Beyond the top 15, players were eligible based on the Rolex Women’s World Golf Ranking, with a maximum of two eligible players from each country that did not already have two or more players among the top 15. The host country – France – was guaranteed at least one spot, as is each of the five continents of the Olympics.

Two women qualified to represent Team France at Paris 2024 based on their top-60 finish in the final women’s Olympic Golf Ranking: Celine Boutier (No. 6 in the Olympic Golf Ranking) and Perrine Delacour (No. 30 in the Olympic Golf Ranking).

Final Women’s Olympic Golf Ranking

Olympic Golf RankingRolex RankingNameNational Olympic Committee
11Nelly KordaUnited States of America
22Lilia VuUnited States of America
33Jin Young KoRepublic of Korea
44Ruoning YinChina
55Amy YangRepublic of Korea
66Celine BoutierFrance
77Hannah GreenAustralia
88Charley HullGreat Britain
99Rose ZhangUnited States of America
1010Yuka SasoJapan
1111Minjee LeeAustralia
1212Atthaya ThitikulThailand
1313Hyo-Joo KimRepublic of Korea
1414Brooke M. HendersonCanada
1515Xiyu LinChina
1617Lydia KoNew Zealand
1719Miyu YamashitaJapan
1821Maja StarkSweden
1925Patty TavatanakitThailand
2026Linn GrantSweden
2130Carlota CigandaSpain
2232Leona MaguireIreland
2336Georgia HallGreat Britain
2441Ashleigh BuhaiSouth Africa
2560Aditi AshokIndia
2662Gaby LopezMexico
2764Esther HenseleitGermany
2869Alexandra ForsterlingGermany
2970Albane ValenzuelaSwitzerland
3075Perrine DelacourFrance
3187Emily Kristine PedersenDenmark
3288Peiyun ChienChinese Taipei
33106Nanna Koerstz MadsenDenmark
34108Anne Van DamNetherlands
35109Azahara MunozSpain
36113Bianca PagdangananPhilippines
37127Morgane MetrauxSwitzerland
38134Stephanie MeadowIreland
39154Manon De RoeyBelgium
40161Wei-Ling HsuChinese Taipei
41167Diksha DagarIndia
42178Emma SpitzAustria
43181Shannon TanSingapore
44186Maria FassiMexico
45187Celine BorgeNorway
46192Klara Davidson SpilkovaCzech Republic
47196Paula RetoSouth Africa
48198Mariajo UribeColombia
49211Alessandra FanaliItaly
50279Ashley LauMalaysia
51286Ursula WikstromFinland
52288Ana BelacSlovenia
53290Sara KouskovaCzech Republic
54292Alena SharpCanada
55293Momoka KoboriNew Zealand
56298Dottie ArdinaPhilippines
57301Noora KomulainenFinland
58302Dewi Weber*Netherlands
59307Madelene StavnarNorway
60321Ines LaklalechMorocco

*Since the above list was published, it has been announced that Dutch player Dewi Weber has not met the criteria set by the Dutch Olympic Committee and Dutch Sports Federation, so will not be representing Holland in Paris. We're yet to find out who will replace her in the field.

More about golf at the 2024 Olympic Games

This summer’s competition marks the fifth time golf has been featured as an Olympic sport and just the third time since 1904.

Fifteen women have the opportunity to compete in their third consecutive women’s Olympic golf competition:

  • Aditi Ashok – India
  • Carlota Ciganda – Spain
  • Brooke Henderson – Canada
  • Lydia Ko – New Zealand
  • Minjee Lee – Australia
  • Xiyu Lin – China
  • Gaby Lopez – Mexico
  • Nanna Koerstz Madsen – Denmark
  • Leona Maguire – Ireland
  • Stephanie Meadow – Ireland
  • Azahara Munoz – Spain
  • Alena Sharp – Canada
  • Klara Davidson Spilkova – Czech Republic
  • Mariajo Uribe – Colombia
  • Albane Valenzuela – Switzerland

With the women’s Olympic Golf Ranking finalised, the International Golf Federation (IGF) will send confirmation of the men’s and women’s quota places to the National Olympic Committees. The NOCs will then confirm use of allocated quota places to the IGF by 27 June and the IGF, in turn, will reallocate all unused quota places before the Paris 2024 Sport Entries Deadline on July 8.

The IGF will publish a finalised field list for both the men’s and women’s golf competitions on Tuesday 9 July. The women’s Olympic golf competitions will take place from 7 – 10 August at Le Golf National. The men's event takes place at the same venue from 1 – 4 August.

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