MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 
R&A WAGR TOP 5

Jamie Moul (England) regains the No 1 spot from Jamie Lovemark (USA)

TOP 10
Gary Wolstenholme (USA) - up 2 places to No 10


TOP 20
Rohan Blizard (Australia) - up 2 places to No 19
Michael Thompson - up 3 places to No 20

TOP 50
Johan Carlsson (Sweden) – up 26 places to No 55
James Byrne (Scotland) – up 132 places to No 40
Alexandre Kaleka (France) – up 17 places to No 42
Robert Gates (USA) – up 1 place to No 50


TOP 100
Llewellyn Matthews (Wales) - up 46 places to No 83
Josephn Sykora (USA) – up 2 places to No 99
Kevin McAlpine (Scotland) – up 7 places to No 100


TOP 150
Tim Jackson (USA) - up 76 places to No 127
Wallace Booth (Scotland) - up 23 places to No 132
Matthew Griffin (Australia) - up 28 places to No 136
Tino Weiss (Switzerland) - up 36 places to No 139
James Allenby (Canada) - up 6 places to No 144
Prinavin Nelson (South Africa) - up 14 places to No 145
Mitch Cohlmia (USA) - up 6 places to No 147
Philip Mollica (USA) - up 6 places to No 148
Joshua Wooding (USA) - up 7 places to No 149
Aaron Goldberg (USA) - up 7 places to No 150


TOP 200
Edouard Bubois (France) – up 74 places to No 167
Ray Beaufils (Australia) – up 17 places to No 187
Gavin Dear (Scotland) – up 17 places to No 189
David May (USA) - up 5 places to No 196
Trey Denton (USA) - up 5 places to No 197
Jacques Blaauw (South Africa) – up 36 places to No 198
Jordan Nasser (USA) - up 6 places to No 199
Thomas Sherreard (England) - up 31 places to No 200
 
WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

Jens Dantorp* (Telia Open)
Floris de Vries (Dutch Stroke Play)
Rickie Fowler (Sunnehana Amateur)
Jose Gutierrez*/Paul Jacobson* (NJCAA Division III)
Llewellyn Matthews (St Andrews Links Trophy)
Jason Shufflebotham (Aberconwy Cup)
Tim Sluiter (French Stroke Play)
Daniel Stapff (Rio State Open)
Gary Wolstenholme (European Mid-Amateur)

*New WAGRanked Player
 
COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 200 PLAYERS

USA (97 players this week / 94 players last week)
England (18/18)
South Africa (15/14)
Australia (14/14)
Scotland (13/14)
Ireland (6/6) & Sweden (6/7)
Canada & Wales (4/4)
Chile (3/3)
France, Germany & Norway (2/2) & New Zealand (2/3)
Argentina, Colombia, Denmark, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, Philippines, Portugal, Thailand, Venezuela, Switzerland (1/1) & Spain (1/2)

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