MOVERS AND SHAKERS

WAGR TOP 5

Danny Lee (New Zealand) remains World Amateur Ranked No 1

TOP 10

TOP 20

TOP 50

Federico Colombo (Italy) – up 21 places to No 38

TOP 100

Gavin Dear (Scotland) - up 20 places to No 82

Stephen Hale (USA) - up 14 places to No 100

TOP 150

David May (USA) – up 33 places to No 134

Eddie Olsen (USA) – up 9 places to No 143

TOP 200

Phillip Mollica (USA) - up 51 places to No 168

Glenn Northcutt (USA) - up 34 places to No 175

Gordon Strother (USA) - up 42 places to No 180

Meen-whee Kim (Korea) - up 250 places to No 188=

TOP 350

TOP 500

Dustin Morris (USA) - up 119 places to No 386

Joon Kim (Italy) - up 147 places to No 388

Tao Huang (Taiwan) - up 256 places to No 401

Tom Whitney (USA) - up 122 places to No 404

Nicolai Aagard (Denmark) - up 127 places to No 439

Philipp Westermann (Germany) - up 219 places to No 419

Shunsuke Sonoda (Japan) - up 214 places to No 456

Tae-hoon Song (Korea) - up 365 places to No 484

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THIS WEEK’S ROLL OF HONOUR

Gergi Bondicz* (Hungarian Amateur)

Wallace Booth (Newlands Trophy)

Matt Grush* (California State Fair Championship)

Bryce Hanstad (Gene Miranda Falcon Invite)

Tao Huang (Taiwan Amateur)

Justin Hueber (NMU Invitational)

Jose Maria Joia (Turkish Amateur)

Bi-o Kim (Korean Amateur)

Cole Moreland* (Labor Day Invitational)

Leonardo Motta (World University Championships)

Boom Ratanakul (Rutherford Intercollegiate)

Michael Spaulding*/Justin Yoder (Missouri Intercollegiate)

Brandon Vicory* (Marian University Invitational)

Stephan Wolters (Austrian Amateur)

*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 (237 players this week / 236 players last week)

AUSTRALIA (28/28)

ENGLAND (27/28) & SOUTH AFRICA (27/29)

CANADA & SCOTLAND (19/20)

NEW ZEALAND & SWEDEN (13/13)

FRANCE (10/10) & GERMANY (10/9)

KOREA (9/8) & SPAIN (9/9)

IRELAND (8/8)

ARGENTINA (6/6), DENMARK, ITALY (6/5) & NETHERLANDS (6/6)

WALES (5/5)

CHILE, FINLAND, NORWAY & PHILIPPINES (4/4)

INDONESIA (3/3)

BELGIUM, COLOMBIA, PORTUGAL, SINGAPORE & ZIMBABWE (2/2)

AUSTRIA, BOLIVIA, BRAZIL, CHINA, GUATEMALA, ICELAND (1/1), JAPAN (1/0), MALAYSIA, MEXICO, PUERTO RICO, SLOVAKIA, SWITZERLAND (1/1), TAIWAN (1/0) & VENEZUELA (1/1)

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