R&A WAGR TOP 5

 

Michael Thompson (USA) climbs 1 place and takes over at World Amateur Ranking No 1

 

 

TOP 20

 

Hudson Swafford (USA) – up 3 places to No 20

 

 

TOP 50

 

Cameron Tringale (USA) – up 2 places to No 49

Casey Clendenon (USA) – up 2 places to No 50

 

 

TOP 100

 

Matthew Griffin (Australia) – up 13 places to No 90

 

 

TOP 150

 

Brent Witcher (USA) – up 79 places to No 111

Justin Turner (South Africa) – up 161 places to No 131

Ben Martin (USA) – up 30 places to No 136

Steven McEwan (Scotland) – up 7 places to No 146

Tim Schaetzel (USA) – up 11 places to No 148

 

 

TOP 200

 

Bobby Massa (USA) – up 134 places to No 160

Will Wilcox (USA) – up 178 places to No 176

Patton Kizzire (USA) – up 46 places to No 193

Matthew Giles (Australia) – up 10 places to No 196

Morgan Hoffman (USA) – up 6 places to No 198

Adam Hadwin (Canada) – up 3 places to No 200

 

 

TOP 350

 

Ross Kellett (Scotland) – up 42 places to No 309

Scott Henry (Scotland) – up 74 places to No 318

Christopher Ross (Canada) – up 43 places to No 330

Chris DeForest (USA) – up 33 places to No 343

 

 

WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

 

Rohan Blizard (East of Scotland)

Oliver Farr* (Aberconwy Trophy)

Kevin Foley (Metropolitan Stroke Play)

Rory Hie (Dogwood Invitational)

Jordan Irwin (Glencoe Invitational)

Richard Lee (Washington State Amateur)

Tim Madigan (New Mexico/West Texas Amateur)

Bobby Massa (Cotton States Invitational)

Jason Palmer (Midland Amateur)

Brinson Paolini* (Virginia State Amateur)

Trent Peterson (Minnesota Players Match Play)

Seamus Power (Irish Open Youths)

Carlos Sainz (Chicago DGA Amateur)

Tae-hoon Song (Doug Sanders Junior Invitational)

Will Strickler (Connecticut State 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 (167 players this week / 167 players last week)

 

ENGLAND (26/26)

 

SOUTH AFRICA (22/22)

 

AUSTRALIA (21/22)

 

SCOTLAND (13/12)

 

CANADA (12/11)

 

SWEDEN (11/12)

 

FRANCE (8/7) & IRELAND (8/8)

 

NEW ZEALAND (7/7)

 

GERMANY & SPAIN (6/6)

 

ARGENTINA, KOREA & NETHERLANDS (5/5)

 

COLOMBIA, NORWAY & WALES (3/3)

 

BELGIUM, CHILE, DENMARK & ITALY (2/2)

 

BOLIVIA, BRAZIL, CHINA, GUATEMALA, INDONESIA, MEXICO, PHILIPPINES, PORTUGAL, PUERTO RICO, SINGAPORE & VENEZUELA (1/1)

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