WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

Brady Baguio* (Pala Mesa Invitational), Rohan Blizard (Tasmanian Open), Julian Etulain (Campeonato Nac. por Golpes), Tyrone Ferreira (Free State/Northern Cape Open), Matthew Galloway* (Matlock Collegiate Classic), Aaron O’Callaghan (Rice Intercollegiate) & Aaron Weston* (Pat Hicks Thunderbird)

*New WAGRanked Player

Please note that the results of the All-India Amateur will be included in Week 9.


MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 
The R&A WAGR No 1 spot is retained by Jamie Moul (England) for a second week.
  
Dustin Johnson (USA) returns to the WAGR Top 20, climbing 2 places to No 20.

Another American, Zack Miller is the only new entrant to the WAGR Top 50, having risen 2 places to No 49.

Although Week 2007/08 seems to hold little change, Argentinian youngster, Alan Wagner, has made a major assault on the WAGR Top 100, by cannoning up 81 places to No 61.

There are four upward movers in the WAGR Top 150 – Adrian Ford, who rises 31 places to R&A WAGR No 130, fellow South African, Tyrone Ferreira, a winner this week, up 38 to No 142, Phillip Mollica (USA), up 2 to No 149, and Philip Pettitt (USA), up 2 to 150.


COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 200 PLAYERS ON WAGR WEEK 2007/08

USA (79 players this week / 79 players last week)
Australia & England (19/19)
Scotland (16/17) & South Africa (16/15)
Wales (8/8)
New Zealand (6/6)
France & Sweden (5/5)
Ireland & Spain (4/4)
Argentina (2/1), Canada, Chile, Germany & Korea (2/2)
Denmark, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, Switzerland, Thailand & Venezuela (1/1)

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