WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

Hernan Borja* (St Edwards Spring Invitational), Kevin Chappell (John Hayt Collegiate), Shawn Hall* (CSU Spring Kick Off), Chris Heintz* (CSU San Marcos Invitational), Matt Miller (UTSA Intercollegiate), Brett Myers (UCF Rio Pinar Intercollegiate),
K Prabagaran* (All-India Amateur)  & Frank Wrenn* (John Burns Intercollegiate)

*New WAGRanked Player


MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 
The WAGR No 1 spot is retained by Jamie Moul (England) for a third week.
  
There are no changes to the R&A WAGR Top 20 in Week 2007/09.

Branden Grace (South Africa) is the only new entrant to the WAGR Top 50, having risen 15 places to No 48 (see below).

There are four entrants into the WAGR Top 100, all from North America, but no new incomers to the WAGR Top 150 - Jordan Irwin (Canada), rises 93 places to R&A WAGR No 85, and, by so doing, manages to split Charlie Beljan (USA), up 74 to No 82, Aaron Goldberg (USA), up 57 to 98, and Garrett Osborn (USA), up 18 to 99.

Branden Grace finished 14th equal in the Telkom PGA Championship on Southern Africa’s Sunshine Tour and Pablo Martin (Spain) made the cut in the USPGA Tour Mayakoba Classic in Mexico – excellent performances by two highly WAGRanked players.

COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 200 PLAYERS ON WAGR WEEK 2007/09

USA (81 players this week / 79 players last week)
England (19/19)
Australia (18/19)
Scotland & South Africa (16/16)
Wales (8/8)
New Zealand (6/6) & Sweden (6/5)
Ireland & Spain (4/4)
France (3/5)
Argentina, Canada, Chile, Germany & Korea (2/2)
Denmark, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, Thailand & Venezuela (1/1)

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