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What is the UL International Crown?

The UL International Crown is a team event that pits players from the top eight countries against each other over four days of competition to be crowned the best golfing nation in the world. Coupled with a world-class experience off the course, it’s a truly international sporting event not to be missed.

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What is the UL International Crown?

The UL International Crown is a team event that pits players from the top eight countries against each other over four days of competition to be crowned the best golfing nation in the world. Coupled with a world-class experience off the course, it’s a truly international sporting event not to be missed.

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What is the UL International Crown?

The UL International Crown is a team event that pits players from the top eight countries against each other over four days of competition to be crowned the best golfing nation in the world. Coupled with a world-class experience off the course, it’s a truly international sporting event not to be missed.

FIND OUT MORE
2020 Team standings as of January 14, 2020
CountryCountry positionPlayer name & Rolex rankingPlayer name & Rolex rankingPlayer name & Rolex rankingPlayer name & Rolex rankingRanking total

Republic of Korea

1

Jin Young Ko (1)

Sung Hyun Park (3)

Sei Young Kim (6)

Jeongeun Lee6 (10)

20

United States

2

Nelly Korda (2)

Danielle Kang (4)

Lexi Thompson (9)

Jessica Korda (17)

32

Japan

3

Nasa Hataoka (5)

Hinako Shibuno (11)

Ai Suzuki (15)

Mone Inami (59)

90

England

4

Charley Hull (25)

Bronte Law (34)

Georgia Hall (39)

Jodi Ewart Shadoff (78)

176

Australia

5

Minjee Lee (8)

Hannah Green (21)

Su Oh (57)

Katherine Kirk (112)

198

China

6

Shanshan Feng (23)

Yu Liu (35)

Jing Yan (76)

Xiyu Lin (102)

236

Thailand

7

Ariya Jutanugarn (14)

Moriya Jutanugarn (37)

Pornanong Phatlum (93)

Jasmine Suwannapura (129)

273

Sweden

8

Madelene Sagstrom (51)

Anna Nordqvist (95)

Caroline Hedwall (128)

Linnea Strom (156)

430

The field of eight countries is determined by the combined Rolex World Ranking of the top four players from each country as 4 May 2020. Countries must have a minimum of four ranked players to be eligible.