Michael Carnes* (Middle TN Aldila Intercollegiate)
Christian Colunga* (West Region Invitational)
Andres Cuenca* (Wofford Invitational)
Luciano Dodda (Campeonato Norpatigonico)
Jason Flowers*/Robert Taylor* (Buccaneer Invitational)
Nick Gillespie (North Island Stroke Play)
Lance Gillett* (Wallace State Spring Invitational)
Eric Higgins* (Mines Golf Invitational)
Dustin Johnson (Administaff ASU Invitational)
Chris Kirk (CA)* (OGIO Pacific Coast)
Niklas Lemke (National Invitational)
Robert Lindstrom (Hal Sutton Intercollegiate)
Bobby Massa* (Diet Pepsi Shocker Classic)
Matt Miller (Branson Creek Invitational)
Kent Neal* (WTAMU/Subway Invitational)
Lloyd Saltman (Scottish Champion of Champions)
Blake Sattler* (Comfort Inn Belmont Intercollegiate)
Webb Simpson (Azalea Amateur)
Juan Pablo Solis* (Mexican Amateur)

*New WAGRanked Player

Jamie Moul (England) has been R&A WAGRanked No 1 for nine weeks.

Lloyd Saltman (Scotland) enters the WAGR Top 20, up 4 places to No 18.

South African Branden Grace enters the Top 50 by climbing 10 places to WAGRanking No 41 and a Chilean, Martin Ureta, rises 5 places to No 47.

Although the highest entrant to the WAGR Top 100, up 56 places to No 51, is Scottish Amateur Champion Kevin McAlpine and another Scot, Ross Kellett, creeps in, up 82 tied at No 98, four young Americans also make their move – Peter Uihlein, up 58 places to WAGRanking 65, Arnond Vongvanij, up 56 to No 87, Philip Mollica, up 46 to 90, and George Bryan, up 108 to 96. Knut Borsheim (Norway) is tied at No 98, up 28 places.

The following players enter the R&A WAGR Top 150, South Africans Adrian Schwartzel, up 27 places to No 127, and Nicol van Wyk, up 6 to No 145, Joel Sjoholm (Sweden), up 50 to be WAGRanked 142, and Kevin Larsen (USA) who rises 5 to No 147.

Pablo Martin (Spain) won the Estoril Open de Portugal, the first amateur to win a European Tour event, and, by so doing, continues his climb back up the WAGR Top 10, up 4 places to No 7.

R&A WAGR WEEK 2007/15

USA (82 players this week / 82 players last week)
England (19/19)
Australia & Scotland (17/17), South Africa (17/15)
Wales (8/8)
Ireland & Sweden (6/6)
France (4/4)
Canada (3/3), New Zealand & Spain (3/4)
Chile, Germany & Norway (2/2)
Argentina, Denmark, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore & Thailand (1/1), Venezuela (1/0)

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