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


TOP 20
Blayne Barber (USA) – up 3 to 19


TOP 50
Richard Lee (USA) – up 14 to 46


TOP 100
Nils Floren (Sweden) – up 49 to 87
Phillip Mollica (USA) – up 19 to 88
Matt Thompson (USA) – up 56 to 90
Harris English (USA) – up 17 to 94
Tapio Pullkanen (Finland) – up 29 to 96
Brendan Gielow (USA) – up 13 to 99


TOP 150
John Hurley (USA) – up 81 to 112
Sebastian MacLean (Bolivia) – up 43 to 115
Derek Ernst (USA) – up 45 to 122
Romain Wattel (France) – up 114 to 135
Steven Ferreira (RSA) – up 19 to 142
James Watts (England) – up 6 to 147
Brooks Koepka (USA) – up 6 to 148
Allen John (Germany) – up 17 to 149


TOP 200
Jake Redman (RSA) – up 57 to 162
Guillaume Cambis (France) – up 66 to 167
Ben Kohles (USA) – up 81 to 175
Drew Ernst (USA) – up 37 to 176
Ethan Tracy (USA) – up 45 to 187
Brad Hopfinger (USA) – up 20 to 190
Paul Cutler (Ireland) – up 10 to 192
Scott Pinckney (USA) – up 10 to 194
Andrew Vijarro (USA) – up 9 to 198


TOP 300
Brad Schneider (USA) – up 109 to 219
Tyler Matthews (USA) – up 175 to 225=
Brad Revell (Canada) – up 125 to 237
Rafael Campos (Puerto Rico) – up 52 to 258
Sean Dale (USA) – up 139 to 261
Nick Geyer (USA) – up 44 to 262
Kyle Scott (RSA) – up 83 to 270
Philipp Fendt (Austria) – up 48 to 281
Lee Bedford (USA) – up 107 to 283
Andrew Cooley (England) – up 17 to 289=
Willem Vork (Netherlands) – up 109 to 292
Bobby Hudson (USA) – up 15 to 299
Wes Roach (USA) – up 1 to 300


TOP 400
Antoine Schwartz (France) – up 146 to 302
Alex Kang (USA) – up 126 to 358=
Yubin Jung (RSA) – up 29 to 377
Travis Howe (USA) – up 147 to 378=
Chad Vivolo (USA) – up 92 to 384
Jordan Gibb (England) – up 64 to 387
Coenie Bester (RSA) – up 24 to 389
Kelvin Day (England) – up 11 to 391
Tim Hart (Australia) – up 12 to 392
Jared Harvey (RSA) – up 33 to 393
Tristan Bierenbroodspot (Netherlands) – up 11 to 394
Cameron Smith (Australia) – up 12 to 395
Teemu Bakker (Netherlands) – up 145 to 396
Mitch Krywulycz (Australia) – up 11 to 397
Justin Dorward (USA) – up 98 to 398
Ben Herrera (USA) – up 42 to 399
Gunner Wiebe (USA) – up 10 to 400


TOP 500
Mackenzie Hughes (Canada) – up 138 to 401
David Erdy (USA) – up 90 to 414
Daniel Zuluaga (Colombia) – up 54 to 448
Leonardo Motta (Italy) – up 35 to 466
Jason Palmer (England) – up 113 to 472=
Graham Benson (England) – up 33 to 485
Bryan Martin (USA) – up 138 to 488
Colby Smith (USA) – up 290 to 488=
Aaron Leach (New Zealand) – up 13 to 492
Michael Williams (Australia) – up 14 to 493
Kalem Richardson (Australia) – up 14 to 494
Jamie Marshall (USA) – up 14 to 495
Matt Broome (USA) – up 20 to 496
Jake Shepherd (England) – up 14 to 497
Greg Doherty (Canada) – up 14 to 498
Fraser McKenna (Scotland) – up 14 to 499


THE NEWS MAKERS

Teemu Bakker (Youth Tour Van Lanschot)
Stuart Ballingall (Turning Stone Tiger Intercollegiate)
Matt Bergstrom (Arizona Mid-Amateur)
Guillaume Cambis (Coupe de France par Equipes)
J G Claassen (Mpumalanga Amateur)
Scott Clayton (Inland Empire Amateur)
Sean Dale (Wolf Run Intercollegiate)
Derek Ernst/Colby Smith (William H Tucker)
Nils Floren/Darren Renwick (Carpet Capital Collegiate)
Clarke Fry* (Missouri Intercollegiate)
Yoshinori Fujimoto (Topy Cup of Japan)
Ryan Hallisey (California State Fair Amateur)
Richard Jung (Duke of York Young Champions – Boys)
Tommy King (Bulgarian Amateur)
Ben Kohles/Henry Zaytoun* (Maryland Invitational)
Zack Koinis* (ODU Otterbein Kisor Classic)
Aaron Leitmannstetter* (Hellenic Amateur)
Eric Lilleboe (Al Watrous Memorial Intercollegiate)
Juan Sebastian Veloza* (Abierto de Golf Farallones)

*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 (242 players this week / 245 players last week)
ENGLAND (37/37)
SOUTH AFRICA (30/30)
AUSTRALIA (20/18)
CANADA (17/17)
FRANCE (14/14) & SCOTLAND (14/14)
NEW ZEALAND (10/9)
IRELAND (8/8) & SWEDEN (8/8)
ITALY (7/6) & NETHERLANDS (7/6)
ARGENTINA (6/6), DENMARK (6/6) & WALES (6/6)
BELGIUM (5/5), GERMANY (5/5), KOREA (5/5) & NORWAY (5/5)
COLOMBIA (4/3), PHILIPPINES (4/4) & TAIWAN (4/4)
BRAZIL (3/3), CHILE (3/3), FINLAND (3/3), INDIA (3/3), MALAYSIA (3/3), SINGAPORE (3/3), SPAIN (3/4) & VENEZUELA (3/3)
AUSTRIA (2/3), CHINA (2/2), & PERU (2/2)
BOLIVIA (1/1), GUATEMALA, (1/1), INDONESIA (1/2), MEXICO (1/1), PUERTO RICO (1/1) & URUGUAY

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