R&A WAGR TOP 5

 

Daniel Willett (England) remains at World Amateur Ranking No 1

 

 

TOP 20

 

Jorge Campillo (Spain) – up 12 places to No 15

Leighton Lyle (Australia) – up 30 places to No 17

Dale Whitnell (England) – up 12 places to No 18

Bi-o Kim (Korea) – up 73 places to No 20

 

 

TOP 50

 

Anders Kristiansen (Norway) – up 110 places to No 30

Russell Henley (USA) – up 20 places to No 34

Tom Glissmeyer (USA) – up 12 places to No 43

Peter Spearman-Burn (New Zealand) – up 62 places to No 44

George Bryan (USA) – up 20 places to No 45

Dan Woltman (USA) – up 3 places to No 49

 

 

TOP 100

 

Joseph Sykora (USA) – up 55 places to No 63

Michael Foster (Australia) – up 56 places to No 72

Matt Jager (Australia) – up 102 places to No 87

Troy Merritt (USA) – up 12 places to No 93

Jay Moseley (USA) – up 14 places to No 98

Matthew Griffin (Australia) – up 9 places to No 99

 

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TOP 150

 

Jarin Todd (USA) – up 36 places to No 123

Brendan Smith (Australia) – up 121 places to No 126

Michael Knight (Canada) – up 29 places to No 128

Andrew Putnam (USA) – up 76 places to No 132

Neil Chaudhuri (England) – up 29 places to No 137

Juan Carlos Cortes (Chile) – up 149 places to No 147

 

 

TOP 200

 

Stefan Wiedergruen (Germany) – up 172 places to No 154

Hughes Joannes (Belgium) – up 120 places to No 164

Jesse Speirs (USA) – up 24 places to No 182

Trevor Murphy (USA) – up 80 places to No 183

Craig Leslie (USA) – up 93 places to No 188

Andrew DiBitetto (USA) – up 14 places to No 191

Dave Tobon (Colombia) – up 143 places to No 195

Chris Baker (USA) – up 9 places to No 200

 

 

TOP 350

 

Stephen Hale (USA) – up 113 places to No 244

Christopher Gold (USA) – up 85 places to No 276

Luke Bleumink (Australia) – up 120 places to No 279

Nick Cullen (Australia) – up 145 places to No 299

Matt Hughes (USA) – up 130 places to No 301

Antonio Costa (Chile) – up 89 places to No 304

Robbie Fillmore (USA) – up 105 places to No 311

Sigmundur Masson (Iceland) – up 60 places to No 316

Matt Fast (USA) – up 79 places to No 318

Jason D’Amore (USA) – up 131 places to No 322=

Judson Eustaquio (USA) – up 131 places to No 322=

Josh Dupont (USA) – up 50 places to No 329

Larry Blatt (USA) – up 72 places to No 332

Kevin Smith (New Zealand) – up 155 places to No 341

Josh Gallman (USA) – up 130 places to No 349

Stiggy Hodgson (England) – up 369 places to No 349

 

 

WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

 

Michael Blodgett* (Ivy League Championship)

Jorge Campillo (Boilermaker Invitational)

Robert Carson* (Cyprus Amateur)

Bud Cauley (Terra Cotta Invitational)

Armando Favela* (LeTourneau Spring Classic)

Matthew Hatcher* (Heartland Conference Collegiate)

Rory Hie (US Intercollegiate)

Stiggy Hodgson/Eddie Pepperell (Peter McEvoy Trophy)

Stiggy Hodgson (Hampshire Salver)

Scott Kelly (Southland Conference)

Chan Kim (Arizona Stroke Play)

Matt Krembel* (Mount St Mary’s Spring Invitational)

Anders Kristiansen (Australian Amateur)

Nunzio Lombardi (Trofeo Umberto Agnelli)

Brent Long (UK Bluegrass Invitational)

Ben Lown (Food Lion SAC Championship)

Troy Merritt (Ping Golf Cougar Classic)

Scott Mooney* (Frontier Conference)

Vincent Nadeau (Palisades Collegiate Championship)

Robert Rohanna (Rutherford Intercollegiate)

Webb Simpson (Atlantic Coast Conference Championship)

Joel Sjoholm (Colonial Athletic Association)

Tyler Smith* (NAIA Regional XII/AAC Tournament)

Matt Sommerfeld (Detroit Lions Invitational)

Luke Tanner* (RMAC Championship)

Michael Thompson (SEC Championship)

Dave Tobon (NAIA Region 14 Championship)

Jarin Todd (Stanislaus/Buzzini Invitational)

Blair Webb* (Great Lakes Valley Conference)

Daniel Willett (Australian Stroke Play)

Jake Yount (West Coast Conference Championship)

*New WAGRanked Player

 

Please note:: Performance by amateur golfers in professional events is not recorded on this page.

 


COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 350 PLAYERS

 

USA (172 players this week / 173 players last week)

 

SOUTH AFRICA (23/23)

 

ENGLAND (22/22)

 

AUSTRALIA (21/19)

 

SWEDEN (15/15)

 

SCOTLAND (14/14)

 

CANADA (11/11)

 

IRELAND & NEW ZEALAND (8/8)

 

SPAIN (5/6)

 

ARGENTINA, FRANCE, GERMANY & WALES (5/5)

 

KOREA & NETHERLANDS (4/4)

 

CHILE (3/2)

 

BELGIUM (2/3), COLOMBIA & NORWAY (2/2)

 

BRAZIL, CHINA, DENMARK & GUATEMALA (1/1), ICELAND (1/0), ITALY & MEXICO (1/1), PHILIPPINES (1/2), PORTUGAL, PUERTO RICO, SINGAPORE, TAIWAN, VENEZUELA & ZIMBABWE (1/1)

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