MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 
R&A WAGR TOP 5

Rickie Fowler (USA) moves back to No 1

Michael Thompson (USA) – up 3 places to No 3
Daniel Willett (England) – up 3 places to No 4
Billy Horschel (USA) – up 3 places to No 5

 

TOP 10

Kyle Stanley (USA) – up 3 places to No 8
John Parry (England) – up 3 places to No 9
Rob Grube (USA) – up 3 places to No 10

 

TOP 20

 Jhonatton Vegas (Venezuela) – up 4 places to No 18
Cameron Tringale (USA) – up 5 places to No 19
Rick Kulacz (Australia) – up 1 place to No 20

 

TOP 50

Bud Cauley (USA) – up 7 places to No 44
Wallace Booth (Scotland) – up 8 places to No 45
Bjorn Akesson (Sweden) – up 26 places to No 46
Corey Nagy (USA) – up 7 places to No 47
Casey Clendenon (USA) – up 6 places to No 49
Tom Glissmeyer (USA) – up 6 places to No 50

 

TOP 100

Ben Evans (England) – up 12 places to No 89
Zach Sucher (USA) – up 10 places to No 92
Jesse Speirs (USA) – up 6 places to No 97
Matthew Griffin (Australia) – up 10 places to No 99
Manuel Villegas (Colombia) – up 5 places to No 100

 


TOP 150

Will Griffin (USA) – up 65 places to No 104
Victor Almstrom (Sweden) – up 33 places to No 123
Patton Kizzire (USA) – up 12 places to No 141
Sam Saunders (USA) – up 6 places to No 146
Jesse Barnsley (USA) – up 6 places to No 147
Andrew DiBitetto (USA) – up 30 places to No 148
P H McIntyre (South Africa) – up 6 places to No 149
Benjamin Hebert (France) – up 7 places to No 150

 

TOP 200

Erik Flores (USA) – up 26 places to No 186
Ross Kellett (Scotland) – up 9 places to No 193
Anthony Pailler (France) – up 9 places to No 194
Joonas Granberg (Finland) – up 9 places to No 195
Matthew Baldwin (England) – up 7 places to No 198
Matthew Galloway (USA) – up 7 places to No 199
Trip Kuehne (USA) – up 7 places to No 200

 

TOP 350

Ryo Ishikawa (Japan) – up 167 places to No 216
Garrett Merrill (USA) – up 57 places to No 296
Mike Van Sickle (USA) – up 105 places to No 304
Kyle Moore (USA) – up 27 places to No 339
Jhared Hack (USA) – up 105 places to No 340
Mauricio Tamez (Mexico) – up 11 places to No 341
Bryan Jones (USA) – up 12 places to No 342
John Gallagher (Scotland) – up 12 places to No 343
Marius Lourens (South Africa) – up 14 places to No 344
Seth Brandon (USA) – up 11 places to No 345
Norman Raad (South Africa) – up 14 places to No 346
Alexander Knappe (Germany) – up 14 places to No 347
Greg Forest (USA) – up 50 places to No 348
Vincent Johnson – up 13 places to No 349
Daryl Fathauer – up 14 places to No 350

 


WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

Dan Abbondondolo* (Cornell Invitational)
Bjorn Akesson (GolfTour Open)
Matt Bransby* (Grenelefe Invitational)
Bruno Buccolo (Peaks Classic)
Scotty Campbell* (Moe O’Brien Intercollegiate)
Brandon Crick (Shootout at Angel Park)
Michael Drobnick* (Jim Colbert Intercollegiate)
Theo Frentzos* (NW Regional Head-to-Head)
David Ginn* (Bulgarian Amateur)
Chris Gold (Adams Cup of Newport)
Thomas Hugghins* (Southern Showdown)
Geoff Mead* (Cleveland State Invitational)
Bjorn Ottosson* (Rocky Mountain Invitational)
Brad Smith (Shoal Creek Intercollegiate)
Jarin Todd (WWU Invitational)
Hamilton Wheeler* (Lindenwood Fall Invitational)

*New WAGRanked Player


 
COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 350 PLAYERS

USA (161 players this week / 162 players last week)

ENGLAND (33/33)

AUSTRALIA (23/27) & SOUTH AFRICA (23/21)

SCOTLAND (18/17)

FRANCE (10/10)

CANADA (9/9)

IRELAND (8/8)

SWEDEN (7/8) & WALES (7/7)

NEW ZEALAND (6/6)

ARGENTINA (5/5)

DENMARK (3/3), GERMANY (3/2), NETHERLANDS & NORWAY (3/3)

BELGIUM, CHILE (2/2), JAPAN (2/1), KOREA (2/2), MEXICO (2/1), PHILIPPINES & SPAIN (2/2)

AUSTRIA, BRAZIL, CHINA, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, FINLAND, GUATEMALA, ITALY, PORTUGAL, PUERTO RICO, SINGAPORE, TAIWAN, THAILAND & VENEZUELA (1/1)

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