WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

Jorge Campillo (Pinehurst Intercollegiate)
Scott DeBorba* (Intercollegiate @ Diablo Grande)
David Johnson* (Eagle Invitational)
Jayson Judy (Furman Intercollegiate)
Eduardo Kim (Sao Paulo City Open)
David Lingmerth (Southeastern Collegiate)
Nathan Logan* (CLU Kingsmen Invitational)
Michael McGrady (Grub Mart / Young Oil)
Rory McIlroy (European Nations Championship)
Troy Merritt (Ron Moore Invitational)
Prinavin Nelson (North West Open Amateur)
Wynand Snyman* (Mustang Intercollegiate)
John Streibich* (Western Intercollegiate)
Giacomo Tonelli* (La Quercia d’Oro)
Taylor Urbanski* (Jekyll Island Collegiate)

*New WAGRanked Player


MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 
Jamie Moul (England) has now been R&A WAGRanked No 1 for seven weeks.

Rob Grube (USA) is up 2 places and enters the rarified atmosphere of the WAGR Top 20 while Paul Waring (England) re-enters the Top 50 by climbing 28 places to WAGRanking No 30.

There is an international flavour to the entrants to the WAGR Top 100 this week.  A massive jump of 103 places secures the place at No 59 for Thailand’s Pariya Junhasavasdikul. Up 16 to WAGRanking 94 comes Jorge Campillo (Spain) and a re-entry for Welshman Craig Evans, up 78 to No 95.

A minor influx of players appears in the R&A WAGR Top 150.  Simon Ward (Ireland) rises 81 places to No 135 and Tyrone Ferreira (South Africa) is up 14 to WAGR 139.


COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 200 PLAYERS
R&A WAGR WEEK 2007/13

USA (84 players this week / 82 players last week)
Australia (18/19) & England (18/18)
Scotland (17/17)
South Africa (15/15)
Wales (8/7)
Ireland (6/5) & Sweden (6/6)
France (4/4), New Zealand & Spain (4/5)
Canada, Chile, Germany & Norway (2/2)
Argentina, Denmark, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore & Thailand (1/1)

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