MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 
R&A WAGR TOP 5
Jamie Moul (England) is No 1 for a 14th week
Rhys Davies is up 1 place to No 2

R&A WAGR TOP 10
Lloyd Saltman (Scotland) - up 3 places to No 6

R&A WAGR TOP 50
Bjorn Akesson (Sweden) - up 59 places to No 26
Simon Ward (Ireland) - up 17 places to No 39

R&A WAGR TOP 100
Tyrone Ferreira (South Africa) - up 53 places to No 74
Ryan Posey (USA) - up 50 places to No 84
Pedro Figueiredo (Portugal) - up 18 places to No 86
Brett Myers (USA) - up 12 places to No 97
Victor Dubuisson (France) - up 3 places to No 98
Mark Harrell (USA) - up 3 places to No 99
Jay Bayron (Philippines) - up 3 places to No 100

R&A WAGR TOP 150

Keir McNicoll (Scotland) - up 31 places to No 123
Jonathan King (Scotland) - up 17 places to No 136
Glenn Northcut (USA) - up 3 places to No 148
Erik Flores (USA) - up 3 places to No 149

R&A WAGR TOP 200

Reginald Adams (South Africa) - up 54 places to No 164
Tim Jackson (USA) - up 4 places to No 197
Dale Marmion  (England) - up 5 places to No 198
Garrett Jones (USA) - up 4 places to No 200
 
WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS
Jake Amos (NAIA D2 SoEast)
Joey Basdieker* (NICAA Region XII)
Mitch Boles (NAIA D2 SoCent)
Jeff Carlson* (NAIA D2 Great Lakes)
Louis De Jager (Boland Open)
Ryan Deutsch* (NAIA D2 Central)
Tyrone Ferreira (Western Province Amateur)
Nicolas Geyger/Ryan Posey (The Maxwell)
Andrew Hedrick* (NAIA D2 NorWest)
Iain Hill* (NAIA D2 Atlantic)
Vincent Johnson (NMCGC - Independent)
Jonathan King (West of Scotland)
Dan McCarthy* (NAIA D2 NorEast)
Rhys Pugh* (Clwyd Trophy)
Lloyd Saltman (Irish Open Amateur)
Derek Scott* (NMCGC – Division II)
Shawn Scott* (NAIA Minority)
Jason Still* (NMCGC – Division I)
Roy Steinberg* (Israel Amateur)
Steven Taylor* (NAIA D2 South)
Michael Todd (NAIA D2 East)
Gene Webster* (NAIA D2 West)

*New WAGRanked Player
 
COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 200 PLAYERS

USA (92 players this week / 91 players last week)
England (19/19)
Scotland (16/16)
South Africa (15/15)
Australia (14/15)
Ireland & Sweden (6/6)
Canada & Wales (4/4)
New Zealand & Spain (3/3)
Chile, France, Germany & Norway (2/2)
Argentina, Denmark, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Portugal, Singapore, Thailand, Venezuela & Switzerland (1/1)

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