Please note that this week the minimum Divisor was increased from 32 to 40 and a maximum Divisor of 80 introduced.

 

WAGR TOP 5

 

1 Danny Lee (New Zealand)
2 Jorge Campillo (Spain)
3 Rickie Fowler (USA)
4 Kyle Stanley (USA) – up 2 places
5 Sam Hutsby (England) – down 1

 

TOP 10

Morgan Hoffman (USA) – up 6 to No 6
Scott Arnold (Australia) – up 50 to No 8
Cameron Tringale (USA) – up 9 to No 10

 

TOP 20

Chris Paisley (England) – up 3 to No 17
Matt Hill (Canada) – up 18 to No 20

 

TOP 50

Bobby Massa (USA) – up 51 places to No 26
John Chin (USA) – up 12 to No 42
Eddie Olson (USA) – up 19 to No 43
Drew Kittleson (USA) – up 7 to No 46
Andrew Putnam (USA) – up 3 to No 48
David Lingmerth (Sweden) – up 11 to No 50

 

TOP 100

Nicol Van Wyk (RSA) – up 202 to No 65=
Seamus Power (Ireland) – up 39 to No 79
Brendan Gielow (USA) – up 29 to No 84
Steven Ferreira (RSA) – up 25 to No 85
Michael Smyth (Australia) – up 46 to No 92
Floris De Vries (Netherlands) – up 8 to No 93
Alexandre Kaleka (France) – up 8 to No 94
Corey Nagy (USA) – up 10 to No 95
Kevin O’Connell (USA) – up 8 to No 96
Kalle Samooja (Finland) – up 10 to No 98
Charles Ford (England) – up 13 to No 99

 

TOP 150

Nick Delio (USA) – up 42 to No 112
Robbie Fillmore (USA) – up 39 to No 115
Matt Jager (Australia) – up 39 to No 119
Bill Rankin (USA) – up 42 to No 121
Glenn Northcutt (USA) – up 26 to No 125
Zach Barlow (USA) – up 43 to No 149
Tim McKenney (USA) – up 45 to No 131
Will Collins (USA) – up 21 to No 132
Justin Turner (South Africa) – up 32 to No 133
Rick Cochran (USA) – up 23 to No 136
Jamie Abbott (England) – up 25 to No 137
Dan Woltman (USA) – up 27 to No 139
Stiggy Hodgson (England) – up 29 places to No 140
Peter Uihlein (USA) – up 15 to No 141
Ross Kellett (Scotland) – up 29 to No 142
Emiliano Grillo (Argentina) – up 55 to No 143
Knut Borsheim (Norway) – up 33 to No 144
Brent Witcher (USA) – up 7 to No 145
Nate Pistachio (USA) – up 33 to No 146
Peter Spearman-Burn (New Zealand) – up 26 to No 147
Paul O’Hara (Scotland) – up 30 to No 148
Tom Glissmeyer (USA) – up 43 to No 150

 

TOP 200

Kevin Foley (USA) – up 45 to No 161
Bo Hoag (USA) – up 92 to No 164
Dustin Groves (USA) – up 58 to No 170
Matthew Nixon (England) – up 36 to No 172
Chas Narramore (USA) – up 36 to No 173
Rasmus Nielsen (Denmark) – up 35 to No 175
David Dragoo (USA) – up 28 to No 176=
Chesson Hadley (USA) – up 36 to No 176=
Daniel Wax (USA) – up 32 to No 181
Michael Stewart (Scotland) – up 40 to No 182
Sam Cyr (USA) – up 37 to No 183
Keir McNicoll (Scotland) – up 17 to No 184
Hugues Joannes (Belgium) – up 61 to No 185=
Matthew Galloway (USA) – 48 to No 187
Johan Carlsson (Sweden) – up 30 to No 189
David Lipsky (USA) – up 76 to No 190
Ben Westgate (Wales) – up 38 to No 191
Fredrik Qvicker (Sweden) – up 12 to No 193
Ignacio Elvira (Spain) – up 36 to No 194
Quincy Quek (Singapore) – up 92 to No 195
J C Horne (USA) – up 66 to No 196
Leon Knoll (RSA) – up 17 to No 197
Choo Tze Huang (Singapore) – up 43 to No 198
Andrew Cooley (England) – up 55 to No 199 
T J Bordeaux (USA) – up 25 places to No 200

 

TOP 300

Brent Kanda (USA) – up 130 to No 213
Ben Campbell (New Zealand) – up 155 to No 231
Devin Carrey (Canada) – up 140 to No 232
Carlos Sainz (USA) – up 92 to No 238
Ramie Sprinkling (USA) up 188 to No 246
Travis Woolf (USA) – up 65 to No 248
Farren Keenan (England) – up 54 to No 252
Peter Baunsoe (Denmark) – up 54 to No 253
Michael Jensen (USA) – up 69 to No 255
Drew Weaver (USA) – up 72 to No 258
Daniel Beckman (Australia) – up 110 to No 259
Hans-Peter Bacher (Austria) – up 56 to No 260
Dodge Kemmer (USA) – up 56 to No 261
Lanto Griffin (USA) – up 80 to No 262
Rafael Becker (Brazil) – up 57 to No 263=
Lewis Kirton (Scotland) – up 85 to No 263=
Bill Allcorn (USA) – up 115 to No 265
Tyson Alexander (USA) – up 60 to No 266
Cody Paladino (USA) – up 101 to No 269
Ray Beaufils (Australia) – up 70 to No 271
Matt Fast (USA) – up 48 to No 273
Andrew Hogan (Ireland) – up 59 to No 274
Christiaan van der Merwe (RSA) – up 190 to No 275
Chi-Hsien Hsieh (Taiwan) – up 60 to No 276
Blake Trimble (USA) – up 60 to No 277
Darren Wallace (Canada) – up 99 to No 278
Zen Brown (USA) – 46 to No 282
Adam West (USA) – up 61 to No 283
Ryan Hallisey (USA) – up 67 to No 285
Connor McHenry (USA) – up 62 to No 286
Matt Hoffman (Canada) – up 22 to No 290
Rob Laird (USA) – up 67 to No 296
Andres Cuenca (Spain) – up 61 to No 298

 

THIS WEEK’S ROLL OF HONOUR

Logan Blondell (Kauai Collegiate Cup)
Will Bowman* (Palmas Del Mar Intercollegiate)
Scooter Buhrman* (Lonnie Barton Memorial Invitational)
Lorens Chan (Hawaii State Amateur)
Adam Cornelson (Louisiana Classics)
Pedro Erice (Copa Andalucia)
Matt Ewald (SoCal Intercollegiate Championship D2)
Daniel Jose Gutierrez* (Copa Donovan)
Tom Hayes* (GEICO Intercollegiate)
Matt Hill (General Hackler Championship)
Justin Hueber (Minnesota State Spring Invitational)
Yubin Jung (Northern Amateur Stroke Play)
Robert Karlsson (Cleveland Golf Palmetto Invitational)
Chase Lindsey* (Red River Intercollegiate)
Bobby Massa (Border Olympics)
Brett Munson* (NDNU Invitational)
John Pannone* (Eagle Invitational)
Jordan Sherratt (Riversdale Cup)
Ramie Sprinkling (Fresno State Lexus Classic)
Cameron Tringale (Southern Highlands Collegiate)
Nicol Van Wyk (Northern Amateur Match Play)
Will Wilcox (Samford Intercollegiate)
 
*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 (229 players this week / 240 players last week)

ENGLAND (34/32)

SOUTH AFRICA (33/31)

CANADA (22/24)

AUSTRALIA (20/17) & SCOTLAND (20/16)

NEW ZEALAND (15/16)

SWEDEN (12/11)

FRANCE (9/9)

IRELAND (8/8)

CHILE (7/4), DENMARK (7/7), GERMANY (7/9), ITALY (7/5) & SPAIN (7/6)

WALES (6/6)

KOREA (5/6) & NETHERLANDS (5/5)

ARGENTINA (4/6), COLOMBIA & NORWAY (4/5)

BELGIUM (3/1), FINLAND, PHILIPPINES (3/3) & SINGAPORE (3/2)

AUSTRIA (2/1), MEXICO, PORTUGAL, SWITZERLAND & TAIWAN (2/2)

BRAZIL (1/2), CHINA (1/1), CZECH REPUBLIC (1/0), ECUADOR, GUATEMALA (1/1), INDIA, INDONESIA (1/2), MALAYSIA, PERU, PUERTO RICO, SLOVAKIA, TURKEY (1/1) & ZIMBABWE (1/0)

 

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