WAGR TOP 5
 
1. Nick Taylor (Canada)
2. Matt Hill (Canada) – up 1 place
3. Morgan Hoffmann (USA)
4. Matteo Manassero (Italy) – up 4 places
5. Sam Hutsby (England)


TOP 20
Bud Cauley (USA) – up 9 to 21
Wesley Bryan (USA) – up 4 to 19
Bronson Burgoon (USA) – up 2 to 20


TOP 50
Peter Uihlein (USA) – up 23 to 30
Leon Knoll (RSA) – up 34 to 42
Dan Woltman (USA) – up 28 to 45
David Holmes (USA) – up 45 to 46
Daniel Nisbet (Australia) – up 3 to 48
Matthew Nixon (England) – up 11 to 49
Drew Weaver (USA) – up 2 to 50


TOP 100
Mark Silvers (USA) – up 24 to 83
Tom Glissmeyer (USA) – up 38 to 84
James Sacheck (USA) – up 54 to 95
Paul Cutler (Ireland) – up 26 to 98
Glenn Northcutt (USA) – up 42 to 100


TOP 150
Kristian Nielsen (Denmark) – up 49 to 114
Sang Yi (Korea) – up 179 to 115
Morten Orum Madsen (Denmark) – up 30 to 134
Rhys Enoch (Wales) – up 18 to 136
Sean Shahi (USA) – up 47 to 138
Brad Benjamin (USA) – up 311 to 140
James Robinson (England) – up 35 to 143
Nathan Smith (USA) – up 136 to 144
Max Kieffer (Germany) – up 67 to 147
Espen Kofstad (Norway) – up 1 to 150


TOP 200
James Erkenbeck (USA) – up 39 to 165
Agustin Tarigo (Uruguay) – up 49 to 169
Vince India (USA) – up 61 to 174
Peter Malnati (USA) – up 145 to 180
Juan Sarasti (Spain) – up 14 to 187

 

TOP 300
Zahkai Brown (USA) – up 69 to 258
Will Strickler (USA) – up 46 to 266
Eddie Pepperell (England) – up 56 to 273
Tommy Parker (USA) – up 108 to 279
Cedric Scotto (France) – up 68 to 280
Chien-Yao Hung (Taiwan) – up 23 to 282
Cam Burke (Canada) – up 20 to 287
Nick Geyer (USA) – up 58 to 288
Kyle Scott (RSA) – up 80 to 289=


TOP 400
Riley Wheeldon (Canada) – up 92 to 345
Miles Mackman (England) – up 68 to 350
Joachim Hansen (Denmark) – up 92 to 353
Guillaume Cambis (France) – up 109 to 368
Gavin Kyle Green (Malaysia) – up 129 to 371
Spencer Anderson (USA) – up 165 to 375
Will Kropp (USA) – up 143 to 378
Chang-won Han (Korea) – up 35 to 385
Brandon Crick (USA) – up 272 to 387
Jack Hiluta (England) – up 101 to 389
Michael Green (USA) – up 156 to 391
Daniel Pierce (New Zealand) – up 18 to 393
Tim Jackson (USA) – up 206 to 396
Oliver Farr (Wales) – up 31 to 398


TOP 500
Doug Fortner (USA) – up 113 to 410
Steven Brown (England) – up 92 to 441
Alexander Levy (France) – up 151 to 447
Fraser Wilkin (New Zealand) – up 129 to 451
Mohd Iylia Jamil (Malaysia) – up 51 to 452=
Luke Guthrie (USA) – up 27 to 484
Tomas Cocha (Argentina) – up 72 to 485
Dengshan Koh (Singapore) – up 43 to 486
Willem Vork (Netherlands) – up 170 to 493
Arie Fauzi (Malaysia) – up 204 to 495=
Travis Wadkins (USA) – up 27 to 495=
Cyril Bouniol (France) – up 59 to 500


THIS WEEK’S ROLL OF HONOUR

Nate Barbee (South Dakota Match Play)
Ben Benjamin (US Public Links Championship)
Daniel Brown* (British Columbia Amateur)
Thomas Detry* (Riverwoods Junior Open)
Bill Drohen* (Massachusetts Amateur)
Oliver Farr (St David’s Gold Cross)
Nick Geyer (New Mexico-West Texas Amateur)
Austin Graham (SCGA Amateur)
Emiliano Grillo (Callaway World Junior Championships)
Camrin James* (New Hampshire State Amateur)
Matt Hill (Ontario Amateur)
Alexander Kleszcz* (Polish Amateur)
Bobby Leopold* (Rhode Island Amateur)
Thomas Linard (Grand Prix de Saint Nom)
Morten Orum Madsen (Danish Amateur)
Gregor Main (Southern Amateur)
Alex Martin (Ohio GA Amateur)
Yaroslav Merkulov*  (New York State Amateur)
Mikhail Morozov (Russian Amateur – Week 26)
Carlos Pigem (Biarritz Cup)
Chris Reinke* (Idaho Amateur)
Tyler Shelton* (Kansas City Amateur)
Colton Staggs* (Oklahoma State Amateur)
Wayne Telford* (North of Ireland)
Felipe Velazquez (Campeonato Amateur de Venezuela)

*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 (249 players this week / 247 players last week)
ENGLAND (32/32) & SOUTH AFRICA (32/33)
AUSTRALIA (21/21)
CANADA (19/19)
SCOTLAND (15/15)
FRANCE (10/9) & NEW ZEALAND (10/9)
IRELAND (9/9), GERMANY (9/9) & SWEDEN (9/10)
KOREA (7/7)
ARGENTINA (6/5), MALAYSIA (6/5) & NETHERLANDS (6/6)
DENMARK (5/5), ITALY (5/5) & SPAIN (5/6)
NORWAY (4/4) & WALES (4/5)
CHILE (3/3), FINLAND (3/3), PHILIPPINES (3/3), TAIWAN (3/4) & VENEZUELA (3/3)
AUSTRIA (2/2), BELGIUM (2/3), CHINA (2/2), COLOMBIA (2/2), INDONESIA (2/2), PERU (2/2) & SINGAPORE (2/1)
BOLIVIA (1/1), BRAZIL (1/1), INDIA (1/1), MEXICO (1/1), PORTUGAL (1/1), PUERTO RICO (1/1), THAILAND (1/1), TURKEY (1/1) & URUGUAY

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