The Men

Performances of the week

DeChambeau/Langasque end amateur careers on high

Bryson DeChambeau
  • Bryson DeChambeau and Romain Langasque closed out their amateur careers with impressive performances in the Masters. Reigning U.S. Amateur champion DeChambeau finished low amateur with a tie for 21st place. Langasque, winner of last year’s Amateur Championship, wasn’t far behind in 39th.
  • DeChambeau, who makes his professional debut in this week’s RBC Heritage on the PGA Tour, ended his amateur career third on the World Amateur Golf RankingTM. Langasque was one place behind in fourth. The Frenchman makes his professional debut in next week’s Red Sea Challenge on the European Challenge Tour.

Huskey takes Bulls by horns

  • Keenan Huskey romped to a five-shot victory in the Hootie @ Bulls Bay Intercollegiate. The University of South Carolina player posted scores of 65, 71 and 69 to finish on 11-under-par 205. He jumps 45 rankings to 115th.

Cole doesn’t need luck to win the Irish

  • Ryan Cole cruised to victory in the Irish Creek Collegiate. The James Madison University student led wire-to-wire with scores of 67, 70 and 66 for a 10-under-par 203 total and a seven-shot victory. He climbs 113 places to 163rd.

Ban wins Kepler in playoff

  • Shintaro Ban moves 58 spots to 241st after winning the Robert Kepler Intercollegiate. Ban found himself in a three-way tie for first after posting a 2-over-par 144. He won at the fourth extra hole.

Top 50 movers

  • No one breaks into the top 20, while Americans Adam Ball and Chase Koepka move into the top 50. Ball improves nine rankings to 44th, while Koepka edges up one place to 50th.

Biggest ranking improvement

  • America Jordan Gumberg is the most improved player by climbing 1,293 rankings to number 3,538 after finishing joint first in the Wyoming Cowboy Classic.

The Women

Performances of the week

Law posts season’s best

Bronte Law
  • Bronte Law strengthened her grip on fourth place on the World Amateur Golf RankingTM with her second victory of the 2015/15 college season. The English Curtis Cup player ran out a three-shot winner in the PING/ASU Invitational after recording scores of 64, 71 and 69 for a 12-under-par 204 total, her best performance of the season. Law has now won five times as a UCLA player.

Kawinpakorn sets record with fifth win

  • Yupapron Kawinpakorn just can’t keep out of the winner’s circle. The Thai golfer earned her fifth victory of the season, and sixth of her career, by winning the Red Raider Invitational. It helped her set a record for most wins in one year by a University of Kansas player. Kawinpakorn returned rounds of 71, 66 and 72 for a 7-under-par 209 total. It was Kawinpakorn’s second straight victory following the SMU Dallas Athletic Club Invitational. She moves three places to 11th.

Santoso survives Showdown

  • Australia’s Cathleen Santoso claimed victory in the Silverado Showdown with a 5-under-par 211 total. The University of Oregon student breaks into this week’s top 100 with a 56-ranking rise to 92nd.

White wins Web.com

  • Nadine White of Australia moves to 115th this week, a climb of 49 spots, after victory in the Web.com Intercollegiate.

Top 20 movers

  • Korea’s Hye-jin Choi is the only player to breach the top 20. She rises three places to 18th.

Top 50 movers

  • Lauren Kim of the United States and Taipei’s Ya-Chun Chang break into this week’s top 50. Both jump 23 rankings, Kim to 42nd and Chang to 43rd.

Biggest ranking improvement

  • Italy’s Tullia Calzavara takes that honour with a move of 680 places to 697th.
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