R&A WAGR TOP 5

 

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

 

 

TOP 20

 

Zack Sucher (USA) – up 13 places to No 12

Shane Lowry (Ireland) – up 16 places to No 14

Rob Grube (USA) – up 10 places to No 17

Charlie Holland (USA) – up 3 places to No 18

Harris English (USA) – up 38 places to No 20

 

 

TOP 50

 

Nick Taylor (Canada) – up 21 places to No 41

Benjamin Hebert (France) – up 17 places to No 43

Adam Mitchell (USA) – up 7 places to No 46

Clayton Rask (USA) – up 4 places to No 48

 

 

TOP 100

 

Judson Eustaquio (USA) – up 107 places to No 75

Stephen Hale (USA) – up 41 places to No 77

Andrew Putnam (USA) – up 62 places to No 78

Stephan Wiedergrun (Germany) – up 18 places to No 84

Jared Pender (New Zealand) – up 14 places to No 91

Matthew Griffin (Australia) – up 12 places to No 92

Dave Tobon (Colombia) – up 205 places to No 96

Jay Moseley (USA) – up 3 places to No 100

 

 

TOP 150

 

Robert Rohanna (USA) – up 55 places to No 117

Steven Uzzell (England) – up 78 places to No 118

Kelly Kraft (USA) – up 125 places to No 123

Matt Hill (Canada) – up 98 places to No 131

Mike McRae (USA) – up 41 places to No 132=

George Gandanata (Indonesia) – up 83 places to No 136

Seamus Power (Ireland) – up 12 places to No 139

Borja Etchart (Spain) – up 61 places to No 140

Garrett Merrell (USA) – up 17 places to No 144

Noah Goldman (USA) – up 70 places to No 148

 

 

TOP 200

 

Taylor Hall (USA) – up 104 places to No 153

Derek Sipe (USA) – up 49 places to No 167

Brendan Gielow (USA) – up 70 places to No 171

Trevor Murphy (USA) – up 33 places to No 172=

John Hahn (USA) – up 124 places to No 176

Stephan Gross (Germany) – up 38 places to No 177

Rick Cochran (USA) – up 63 places to No 179

Brent Long (USA) – up 96 places to No 187

Brett Rankin (USA) – up 39 places to No 194

Federico Colombo (Italy) – up 67 places to No 195

Andrew DiBitetto (USA) – up 53 places to No 198=

Jon McLean (USA) – up 37 places to No 198=

Kevin McAlpine (Scotland) – up 44 places to No 200

 

 

TOP 350

 

Sean Shahi (USA) – up 173 places to No 222

Ryan McCarthy (Australia) – up 128 places to No 240

Darren Blair (South Africa) – up 93 places to No 260

Jeff Goff (USA) – up 159 places to No 266

Santiago Rivas (Colombia) – up 94 places to No 271

Jason D’Amore (USA) – up 84 places to No 282

Andrew Cooley (England) – up 93 places to No 288

Joe Ida (USA) – up 54 places to No 303

Brandon Bunn (USA) – up 94 places to No 307

Phil Hendrickson (USA) – up 99 places to No 308

Fernando Gonzales (Bolivia) – up 185 places to No 310

Luke Symons (USA) – up 60 places to No 312

Joshua Kelley (USA) – up 73 places to No 327

Danny Evelyn (USA) – up 109 places to No 337

Jack Dukeminier (USA) – up 98 places to No 338

Evan Derian (USA) – up 81 places to No 339

David Markle (Canada) – up 139 places to No 340

Peter Baunsoe (Denmark) – up 49 places to No 342

James Sacheck (USA) – up 176 places to No 344

Chris Ward (USA) – up 121 places to No 348

Nick Pumford (USA) – up 85 places to No 349

 

 

WINNERS & LEADING AMATEURS

 

Ferdinand Aunzo* (Sabah Amateur)

Joey Benedetti (NCAA West Regional)

Ken Benz* (Leman Championship)

Arnie Cuttrell (Pennsylvania (Jay Sigel) Match Play)

Sam Cyr (NAIA Championship)

Jeff Goff (NCAA Division II Championship)

Matthew Griffin (Keperra Bowl)

Scott Harris* (NCAA Division III Championship)

Russell Henley/Zack Sucher (NCAA East Regional)

Matteo Manassero* (Trofeo Glauco Lolli Ghetti)

Jared Pender (Carrus Taurangi Open)

Reiner Saxton (Netherlands Junior Stroke Play)

Gavin Sole* (KwaZulu-Natal Amateur)

Kevin Tway (NCAA Central Regional)

Steven Uzzell (The Brabazon)

 

*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 (176 players this week / 170 players last week)

 

SOUTH AFRICA (24/25)

 

AUSTRALIA (21/21)

 

ENGLAND (20/23)

 

SWEDEN (14/14)

 

SCOTLAND (13/14)

 

CANADA (12/11)

 

IRELAND (8/8)

 

NEW ZEALAND (7/7)

 

GERMANY & SPAIN (6/6)

 

ARGENTINA (5/5)

 

FRANCE & WALES (4/5)

 

COLOMBIA (3/2), NETHERLANDS (3/4) & KOREA (3/3)

 

BELGIUM (2/2), CHILE (2/4), DENMARK (2/0), ITALY (2/3)  & NORWAY (2/2)

 

BOLIVIA (1/0), BRAZIL, CHINA, GUATEMALA, INDONESIA, MEXICO, PORTUGAL, PUERTO RICO, SINGAPORE, TAIWAN & ZIMBABWE (1/1)

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