WAGR TOP 5
1 Danny Lee (New Zealand)
2 Jorge Campillo (Spain)
3 Rickie Fowler (USA)
4 Mike Van Sickle (USA)
5 Zack Sucher (USA)


TOP 50
Luke Goddard (England) – up 53 places to No 45
Troy Ropiha (New Zealand) – up 45 places to No 48


TOP 100
Harris English (USA) - up 3 places to No 99
Jorge Fernandez (Argentina) – up 4 places to No 100


TOP 150
Derek Chang (USA) – up 5 places to No 146
Nathan Smith (USA) – up 5 places to No 147
Victor Almstrom (Sweden) – up 4 places to No 149
Pontus Widegren (Sweden) – up 4 places to No 150


TOP 200
Sean Riordan (New Zealand) – up 45 places to No 183
Ryan McCarthy (Australia) – up 26 places to No 186
Michael Raseta (Australia) – up 63 places to No 189
Nick Cullen (Australia) – up 53 places to No 197
Luke Bleumink (Australia) – up 22 places to No 199


TOP 300
Michael Smyth (Australia) – up 198 places to No 286=
Will Wilcox (USA) – up 3 places to No 298
Daniel Burns (USA) – up 3 places to No 299
Zach Bixler (USA) – up 3 places to No 300


TOP 400
Bryden Macpherson (Australia) – up 297 places to No 336
Ben Wallace (New Zealand) – up 124 places to No 367
Paul Apyan (USA) – up 1 place to No 400


TOP 500
Alvaro Jose Arizabaleta (Colombia) - up 97 places to No 425
Tomas Cocha (Argentina) – up 87 places to No 449
James Hamilton (New Zealand) – up 172 places to No 468
Scott Borrowman (Scotland) – up 64 places to No 489
Nicolas Ciccola (Argentina) – up 50 places to No 492

 

THIS WEEK’S ROLL OF HONOUR

Bay of Plenty (New Zealand Inter-Provincials)
Luke Goddard (Campeonato Argentino de Aficionados)
Hao-Sheng Hsu* (Acer Quarterly Ranking - Fall)
Bryden Macpherson (Dunes Medal)


*New WAGRanked Player

Please note: Performance by amateur golfers in professional events is not recorded on this page.
 
COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 500 PLAYERS

USA (241 players this week / 243 players last week)

SOUTH AFRICA (34/34)

ENGLAND (27/27)

AUSTRALIA (24/23)

CANADA (23/23)

SCOTLAND (16/15)

NEW ZEALAND (15/14)

SWEDEN (12/12)

FRANCE, GERMANY & IRELAND (9/9)

SPAIN (8/9)

DENMARK (7/7)

KOREA (6/7) & WALES (6/6)

ARGENTINA (5/5), COLOMBIA (5/4), ITALY & NETHERLANDS (5/5)

NORWAY (4/4)

CHILE, FINLAND, INDONESIA & PHILIPPINES (3/3)

BELGIUM, MEXICO & SINGAPORE (2/2)

AUSTRIA, BRAZIL, CHINA, ECUADOR, GUATEMALA, INDIA, PERU, PORTUGAL, PUERTO RICO, SLOVAKIA, TAIWAN & TURKEY (1/1)

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