MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 


R&A WAGR TOP 5

 

Rickie Fowler (USA) remains at No 1

 

TOP 50
Rory Hie (USA) – up 4 places to No 48

 

TOP 100
Clayton Rask (USA) – up 53 places to No 61
Bank Vongvanij (USA) – up 8 places to No 97
Philip Pettitt (USA) – up 1 place to No 100

 

TOP 150
Jarin Todd (USA) – up 72 places to No 125
Jhared Hack (USA) – up 108 places to No 147
Drew Kittleson (USA) – up 24 places to No 150

 

TOP 200
Martin Piller (USA) – up 46 places to No 157
Mu Hu (China) – up 29 places to No 199

 

TOP 350
Greg Forest (USA) – up 83 places to No 270
Michael Van De Venter (South Africa) – up 77 places to No 282
Fredric Sundberg (Sweden) – up 87 places to No 293
Harrison Moore (USA) – up 111 places to No 304
Garrett Merrill (USA) – up 80 places to No 306
Kyle Ellis (USA) – up 95 places to No 309
Eric Shriver (USA) – up 81 places to No 315
Colton Williams (USA) – up 71 places to No 324
Blake Trimble (USA) – up 51 places to No 331
Dodge Kemmer (USA) – up 39 places to No 342
Riki Batibasaga (Australia) – up 32 places to No 346
Jeff Kaiser (USA) – up 44 places to No 347
Tim Schaetzel (USA) – up 74 places to No 348

 

 

 

WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

Tyler Austin (Cavalier Fall Classic)
Mitchell Evanecz* (Concordia University Invitational)
Danny Evelyn* (St Augustine Amateur)
Peter Fallon* (NJCAA D1 National Preview)
John Fox* (Skyhawk Classic)
Matthew Harvey* (LA Tech/Squire Creek Classic)
Matt Hicks* (WVIAC Championship)
Brian Hollenbeck* (Bill Cullum Intercollegiate)
Michael Loppnow* (InterWest Wildcat Classic)
Kelly Manders* (Mizuno Southbridge Intercollegiate)
Vincent Nadeau* (Frank Landrey Invitational)
Clayton Rask/Dan Woltman (The Prestige at PGA West)
Fredric Sundberg (Belmont Fall Shootout)
Jason Turner* (Oklahoma Intercollegiate)
Brent Witcher (NSU Sharks Invitational)


*New WAGRanked Player
 

COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 350 PLAYERS

 

USA (166 players this week / 161 players last week)

 

ENGLAND (31/31)

 

AUSTRALIA (22/24)

 

SOUTH AFRICA (21/23)

 

SCOTLAND (17/18)

 

FRANCE (10/10)

 

CANADA (9/9) & SWEDEN (9/8)

 

IRELAND (8/8)

 

NEW ZEALAND (6/6) & WALES (6/6)

 

ARGENTINA (4/4)

 

DENMARK, JAPAN, KOREA, NETHERLANDS & NORWAY (3/3)

 

BELGIUM, CHILE, GERMANY, PHILIPPINES, SPAIN & TAIWAN (2/2)

 

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

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