R&A WAGR TOP 5

 

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

 

               

TOP 20

 

Derik Ferreira (South Africa) – up 28 places to No 7

 

 

 

TOP 50

 

Nick Gillespie (New Zealand) – up 19 places to No 35

George Bryan (USA) – up 17 places to No 38

Leighton Lyle (Australia) – up 44 places to No 40

Jonathan Hodge (USA) – up 13 places to No 43

Scott Arnold (Australia) – up 56 places to No 47

 

 

TOP 100

 

Manuel Villegas (Colombia) – up 26 places to No 76

Henrik Norlander (Sweden) – up 236 places to No 86

Andy Winings (USA) – up 72 places to No 94

Mark Anderson (USA) – up 15 places to No 96

Ryan Spears (USA) – up 9 places to No 98

Brian Locke (USA) – up 1 place to No 100

 

 

TOP 150

 

Michael O’Neal (USA) – up 65 places to No 105

Brad Smith (Australia) – up 87 places to No 114

Brendan Smith (Australia) – up 116 places to No 122

Jake Redman (South Africa) – up 48 places to No 130

Fredrik Qvicker (Sweden) – up 210 places to No 131

Russell Henley (USA) – up 114 places to No 132

Derek Rende (USA) – up 19 places to No 135

Jurrian van der Vaart (South Africa) – up 107 places to No 137

Michael Knight (Canada) – up 81 places to No 138

Keegan Bradley (USA) – up 19 places to No 142

Bruno Buccolo (Argentina) – up 85 places to No 148

 

 

TOP 200

 

Charlie Holland (USA) – up 130 places to No 154

Hudson Johnson (USA) – up 74 places to No 156

Barden Berry (USA) – up 40 places to No 165=

Kevin O’Connell (USA) – up 208 places to No 168

Tim Schaetzel (USA) – up 100 places to No 175

Luke Hopkins (UAS) – up 49 places to No 187

Josh Sandman (USA) – up 33 places to No 190

Cale Barr (USA) – up 148 places to No 192

Daniel Nisbet (Australia) – up 151 places to No 198

 

 

TOP 350

 

Dan Obremski (USA) – up 146 places to No 235

Bobby Massa (USA) – up 121 places to No 241

Clayton Rotz (USA) – up 121 places to No 250

Dan Doyle (USA) – up 121 places to No 270

Chandler Cocco (USA) – up 99 places to No 271

Colton Williams (USA) – up 72 places to No 281

Dustin Garza (USA) – up 159 places to No 287

John Gallagher (Scotland) – up 125 places to No 289

Jason Scrivener (Australia) – up 173 places to No 301

Frederik Schulte (Germany) – up 66 places to No 312

Seath Lauer (USA) – up 100 places to No 313

Peter Spearman-Burn (New Zealand) – up 108 places to No 314

Robbie Greenwell (Canada) – up 164 places to No 318

Andres Cuenca (Spain) – up 74 places to No 326

Nick Cullen (Australia) – up 106 places to No 338

J C Horne (USA) – up 61 places to No 340

Jason Flowers (USA) – up 22 places to No 341

 

 

 

WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

 

Alvaro Jose Arizabaleta* (Campeonato Sudamericano Juvenil)

Scott Arnold (Riversdale Cup)

Keegan Bradley/Andy Winings (Palmas del Mar Intercollegiate)

George Bryan (Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational)

Micah Burke* (SoCal Division 2 Championship

Juan Carlos Cortez (Copa Banco Penta)

Cristian Espinoza* (Abierto Los Lirios)

Derek Fathauer (General Hackler Championship)

Derik Ferreira (Northern Amateur)

Josh Gallman (Samford Intercollegite)

Dustin Garza (Callaway Intercollegiate)

Robbie Greenwell (Linger Longer Invitational)

Jonathan Hodge (Cleveland Palmetto International)

Matt Hoffenberg/Charlie Holland (Fresno State Lexus Classic)

Hudson Johnson (Kauai Collegiate Cup)

Kelly Kraft (Louisiana Classics)

Eric Lilleboe* (GEICO Intercollegiate)

Wickus Myburgh* (Northern Cape Open)

Peter Svajlen* (Red River Intercollegiate)

Travis Toyama* (Hawaii State Amateur)

Peter Uihlein (Florida Azalea Amateur)

Colton Williams (Border Olympics)

Brent Witcher (NDNU Invitational)

 

*New WAGRanked Player

 

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COUNTRY BREAKDOWN OF THE TOP 350 PLAYERS

 

USA (175 players this week / 171 players last week)

 

ENGLAND (24/25)

 

AUSTRALIA (21/23)

 

SOUTH AFRICA (19/20)

 

SCOTLAND (17/16)

 

SWEDEN (15/14)

 

CANADA (10/9)

 

NEW ZEALAND (8/7)

 

IRELAND (7/8)

 

GERMANY (6/5)

 

FRANCE (5/6)

 

ARGENTINA, KOREA, NETHERLANDS (4/4) & WALES (4/5)

 

SPAIN (3/3)

 

BELGIUM, CHILE, DENMARK, NORWAY & ZIMBABWE (2/2)

 

AUSTRIA, BRAZIL, CHINA, COLOMBIA, FINLAND, GUATEMALA, ITALY, JAPAN, MEXICO, PHILIPPINES, PORTUGAL, SINGAPORE (1/1), TAIWAN (1/2) & VENEZUELA (1/1)

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