WAGR TOP 5
 
1. Nick Taylor (Canada)
2. Matteo Manassero (Italy) – up 2 places
3. Matt Hill (Canada)
4. Victor Dubuisson (France) – up 10 places
5. Morgan Hoffmann (USA)


TOP 20
Trent Leon (USA) – up 2 to 19
Matt Haines (England) – up 4 to 20


TOP 50
Dodge Kemmer (USA) – up 53 to 46
Mark Silvers (USA) – up 16 to 47
Matthew Giles (Australia) – up 3 to 48
Matthew Nixon (England) – up 18 to 49


TOP 100
Brad Benjamin (USA) – up 46 to 66
Max Kieffer (Germany) – up 57 to 78
Jamie Abbott (England) – up 43 to 85
Kalle Samooja (Finland) – up 51 to 87
Nigel Edwards (Wales) – up 36 to 91
Billy Hemstock (England) – up 60 to 93
Henrik Norlander (Sweden) – up 7 to 94
Espen Kofstad (Norway) – up 27 to 95
James Sacheck (USA) – up 6 to 97
Brendan Gielow (USA) – up 6 to 99

 
TOP 150
Marc-Etienne Bussieres (Canada) – up 78 to 102
Johan Carlsson (Sweden) – up 55 to 118
Wallace Booth (Scotland) – up 16 to 141
James Watts (England) – up 17 to 146
Joakim Mikkelsen (Norway) – up 2 to 149


TOP 200
Leandro Marelli (Argentina) – up 67 to 170
Chris DeForest (USA) – up 25 to 179
Jorge Fernandez Valdes (Argentina) – up 31 to 181
John Hurley (USA) – up 129 to 184
Jerome Lando Casanova (France) – up 25 to 186
Carlos Pigem (Spain) – up 25 to 190=
Glenn Campbell (Scotland) – up 75 to 199
Johann Lopez-Lazaro (France) – up 24 to 200


TOP 300
Tapio Pulkkanen (Finland) – up 247 to 216
Alexander Levy (France) – up 99 to 224
Thanyakon Khrongpha (Thailand) – up 175 to 236
Cameron Peck (USA) – up 66 to 249
Daniel Stapff (Brazil) – up 268 to 264
Tomas Cocha (Argentina) – up 94 to 296
Armando Zarlenga (Argentina) – up 26 to 276
Cian Curley (Ireland) – up 91 to 282
Clark Klaasen (USA) – up 20 to 289
Fredrik Qvicker (Sweden) – up 55 to 292


TOP 400
Adam Runcie (Wales) – up 144 to 310
Lucas Bjerregaard (Sweden) – up 93 to 320
Trent Whitekiller (USA) – up 117 to 330
Pierre-Alexis Rolland (Belgium) – up 225 to 336
Juan Pablo Luna (Colombia) – up 179 to 337
Mhark Fernando (Philippines) – up 152 to 362=
Kevin Hesbois (Belgium) – up 38 to 371
Daan Huizing (Netherlands) – up 41 to 374
Steven Uzzell (England) – up 129 to 376
Peter Baunsoe (Denmark) – up 18 to 383
Xavier Feyaerts (Belgium) – up 88 to 387
Jose Toledo (Guatemala) – up 146 to 393
Mayel Oueld Es Cheikh (France) – up 63 to 395


TOP 500
Leonardo Motta (Italy) – up 112 to 407
Daniel Lokke (Denmark) – up 273 to 418
Pedro Costa Lima (Brazil) – up 207 to 438
David Coupland (England) – up 65 to 441=
Will Roebuck (England) – up 186 to 453
Gregory Foo (Singapore) – up 233 to 466=
Filippo Bergamaschi (Italy) – up 119 to 470=
Mikhail Morozov (Russia) – up 54 to 472=
Andreas Hartoe (Denmark) – up 253 to 473
Moritz Mayrhauser (Austria) – up 34 to 474
Moises Cobo (Spain) – up 63 to 485=
Andy Shakespear (England) – up 56 to 498=
Daniel Zuluaga (Colombia) – up 29 to 500


THE NEWS MAKERS

Charlie Blanchard (Rhode Island Stroke Play)
Dave Bunker (Canadian Mid-Amateur)
Rafael Claux (Abierto de Golf Scotiabank)
Tomas Cocha (Campeonato Sudamericano – Week 33)
Victor Dubuisson (European Amateur)
Paul Dunne (Irish Boys Close)
Simon Fernoux (Grand Prix de Savoie)
Dodge Kemmer (Scratch Players Championship)
Adam Keogh (Lee Westwood Trophy)
Thanyakorn Khrongpha (Putra Cup)
Maxime Laute* (Grand Prix de Valcros)
Juan Pablo Luna (Campeonato Internacional Juvenil – Week 33)
Hideki Matsuyama (Japan Junior Championship)
Kevin McAlpine (North of Scotland Amateur)
Victor Perez* (Grand Prix de Medoc)
Nicolas Peyrichou (Grand Prix du PGC – Week 33)
Benjamin Rusch (Zurich Championship)
Poom Saksansin (Lion City Cup)
Kalle Samooja (Finnish Amateur – Week 33)
Diego Velasquez (Abierto de Medellin)

*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 (239 players this week / 247 players last week)
ENGLAND (38/35)
SOUTH AFRICA (29/29)
AUSTRALIA (21/23)
CANADA (17/18)
SCOTLAND (14/14)
FRANCE (13/13)
NEW ZEALAND (9/10)
IRELAND (8/8), ITALY (8/6) & SWEDEN (8/9)
KOREA (7/7)
ARGENTINA (6/6), DENMARK (6/4) & SPAIN (6/5)
BELGIUM (5/4), GERMANY (5/7), NETHERLANDS (5/5) & WALES (5/5)
COLOMBIA (4/2), NORWAY (4/4), PHILIPPINES (4/3)  & TAIWAN (4/4)
AUSTRIA (3/2), BRAZIL (3/1), CHILE (3/3), FINLAND (3/4), SINGAPORE (3/2) & VENEZUELA (3/3)
CHINA (2/2), INDONESIA (2/2), MALAYSIA (2/4) & PERU (2/2)
BOLIVIA (1/1), GUATEMALA (1/1), INDIA (1/1), MEXICO (1/1), PUERTO RICO (1/1), RUSSIA (1/0), SWITZERLAND (1/1), THAILAND (1/1) & URUGUAY (1/1)

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