WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS
Romain Bechu (French Men’s Amateur)
Rohan Blizard (Australian Amateur)
Wallace Booth (Hootie @ Bulls Bay)
Bruno Buccolo* (Sleep Inn & Suite Classic))
Daniel Creel * (Bobcat Invitational)
Sam Cyr* (CSUB/Elco Inc Intercollegiate)
Lars Haakonsen* (KJCCC)
Justin Harding (UALR/First Tee Collegiate)
Brian Locke (Cuesta Titl/Cal Poly)
Matt Miller (Colorado-Stevinson Ranch)
Brian Mills* (Lon Morris Spring Invitational)
Alex Prugh (Oregon Duck Invitational)
Derek Rende* (USA Spring Golf Classic)
Blake Slaughter* (UCO/Kickingbird Classic)
Wynand Snyman (Omega Chemical/Midland College)
*New WAGRanked Player
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
Jamie Moul (England) has now been R&A WAGRanked No 1 for eight weeks.
Gary Boyd (England) is up 34 places and enters the WAGR Top 20 at No 16, while another Englishman Stephen Lewton (England), is up 9 places at No 20.
New Australian Amateur Champion, Rohan Blizard enters the Top 50 by climbing 40 places to WAGRanking No 21 and American youngster, Charlie Beljan rises 10 places to No 43.
There are five entrants to the WAGR Top 100 this week and it is a multi-national contingent from five different continents. A jump of 44 places secures the highest place at No 75 for Chile’s Benjamin Alvarado. Up 29 places to WAGRanking 77, there is a re-entry for Germany-based Ben Parker (England), Australian Amateur runner-up Justin Roach (Australia) has the biggest rise of 99 places to No 81, 2006 US Amateur runner-up John Kelly (USA) is up 10 to No 94 and Jay Bayron (Philippines) is up 3 to No 100.
COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 200 PLAYERS
R&A WAGR WEEK 2007/13
USA (83 players this week / 84 players last week)
Australia (17/18) & Scotland (17/17)
South Africa (15/15)
Ireland & Sweden (6/6)
France, New Zealand & Spain (4/4)
Chile, Germany & Norway (2/2)
Argentina, Denmark, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore & Thailand (1/1)