The Men

Performances of the week

Armstrong hangs on at the Grove

Dawson Armstrong

  • Dawson Armstrong takes top billing in a busy week for college regional championships. The Lipscomb University student moves into the World Amateur Golf RankingTM top 15 after winning the NCAA College Grove Regional.
  • Armstrong entered the final round with a one-shot lead after rounds of 69 and 65. Strong winds affected the final round and Armstrong managed a closing 2-over-par 74 for a 208 total. 8-under, and a two-shot win. He rises 11 places to 14th.

Strong start gives Burns Baton Rouge

  • Sam Burns won the NCAA Baton Rouge Regional championship thanks to a strong start. The LSU player opened with a 6-under-par 65 and took the title after subsequent rounds of 72 and 75 for a 4-under, 212 total. Burns moves to world number 25 with a 13-ranking rise.

Voke laps Austin field

  • A final round 61 helped Nike Voke to an emphatic victory in the NCAA Austin Regional. The Iowa State student ran out a five-shot winner with a 14-under-par 199. He jumps 24 places this week to 61st.

Dalke eases to Stanford win

  • Brad Dalke was afforded a comfortable win in the NCAA Stanford Regional after a 65, 64 start. A final round 69 gave him a 198 total, 12-under, and a three-shot win. He climbs 23 places this week to 67th.

Top 20 movers

  • Wyndham Clark of the United States joins Burns in the top 20 with an 11-ranking rise to 20th.

Top 50 movers

  • Australia’s Min Woo Lee is the only new top 50 player with a rise of nine rankings to 45th.

Biggest ranking improvement

  • Czechoslovakia’s Petr Hruby is the week’s most improved player after climbing 2,588 rankings to world number 3,204.

The Women

Performances of the week

Edmond captures old form to win English Seniors

  • It’s not often senior golfers get a mention in the world of amateur golf these days given the depth of junior talent, but England’s Fiona Edmond makes the headlines this week after winning the English Senior Women's Amateur Championship at South Staffordshire Golf Club.
  • Edmond defeated Aileen Greenfield 2&1 when she holed a six-foot par putt on the 17th green. It was a dream return to competitive golf for player from Suffolk, England.
  • Edmond made history earlier in her career when she became the first woman to become a Cambridge Blue for golf. She was an England and GB&I international in the early 1990s. However, her career was hindered by injury and the neurological condition ME.
  • Edmond only entered the championship to see if she still had her competitive juices, and walked off with the title on her first attempt. She takes her place on World Amateur Golf RankingTM at world number 2,447 as a result.

Coors wins NCAA Division II title

  • Marie Coors is the new NCAA Division II Champion. The St Leo student took the title after scores of 74, 75, 75 and 71 gave her a 7-over-par 295 total. She improves 66 rankings this week to 263rd.

Top 50 movers

  • Kelly Grassel of the United States is the only new top 50 player with a two-ranking rise to 50th. There are no new top 20 players.

    Biggest ranking improvement

    • Patricie Mackova of Czechoslovakia is the most improved player of the week with a jump of 652 places to world number 1,242.
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