Inverter interfaced distributed generators (DGs) in microgrids have different characteristics and models that are not available in the existing conventional power flow analysis tools. This paper presents a static modeling approach for inverter interfaced DGs that can be applied for time spread load flow analysis and fault analysis of microgrids, including droop-based voltage controlled DGs. The static models have been derived from the common control schemes applied to inverter interfaced DGs, including the constraints emerging from droop control and reflect steady-state behaviors of inverters accurately. In addition to simplification of analysis procedure, the static models can provide a base for the analysis of microgrids with conventional numeric analysis tools. The presented static modeling approach has been validated comparatively with the dynamic modeling results of a test microgrid.