The Men

Performance of the week

Bauchou moves into top 20 with Canadian win


Zachary Bauchou of the United States is now a world top 20 player after winning the Canadian Men's Amateur Championship at Duncan Meadows Golf Club in Duncan, British Columbia. The Forest, Virginia resident took the title by three shots from compatriot Philip Knowles with an 18-under 266 aggregate after scoring 65, 68, 67 and 66. Third place Garret Rank was the highest placed Canadian, five shots off the pace. Bauchou moves three places to 18th, Knowles improves 16 spots to 66th, while Rank breaks into the top 100 with an 18-ranking jump to 88th.


Cannon fires at Irish Amateur


Robert Cannon takes a massive leap up the WAGR table courtesy of victory in the Irish Amateur Close Championship at the European Club in Brittas Bay, South of Dublin. The 39-year-old defeated Eoin Leonard 2&1 to add the title to the South of Ireland and Irish Amateur titles he won in 2009 and 2013 respectively. Cannon climbs 1,287 positions to 1,560th.  Leonard is 392 rankings better off at 876th.


Euler gives Germany Dutch treat


Lukas Euler of Germany is 57 places higher on the WAGR table as a result of capturing the Dutch Amateur Championship. He advances 57 spots to 182nd.



Top 20 movers


Bauchou is the only new top 20 player courtesy of his Canadian Amateur win.


Top 50 movers


Americans Austin Eckroat and Cameron Young move into the world top 50. Eckroat makes a seven-ranking rise to 44th, while Young edges up two places to 50th.


Biggest ranking improvement


Vaclav Tichy of the Czech Republic is the week’s most improved player. He’s 1,593 rankings better off with a jump to world number 3,570

The Women

Performances of the week


Gillman third after second U.S. Amateur win


Kristen Gillman moves three places to third on the World Amateur Golf RankingTM thanks to her second U.S. Women's Amateur Championship victory. Gillman defeated Korea’s Jiwon Jeon 7&6 at the Golf Club of Tennessee.


There was a time when the 20-year-old from Austin, Texas thought she’d never attain the heights she reached with her first win in 2014. The University of Alabama student suffered a wrist injury four years ago which ultimately cost her a place in the 2016 Curtis Cup. No wonder she couldn’t stop the tears after her second win.


Jeon makes a one-ranking rise to ninth as a result of her runner-up finish.


Li and Selin top U.S. Women’s Am qualifying


American Lucy Li and Korea’s Hyun Selin finished top qualifiers in the U.S. Women’s Am with matching 9-under 133 totals. Li breaks into the top 10 by moving one place to ninth, while Selin is 50 places better off in 197th. Northern Ireland’s Olivia Mehaffey was two shots further back in third place and makes a two-ranking rise to 22nd.


Top 20 movers


Yealimi Noh breaks back into the world top 20 thanks to her impressive summer streak. The young American racked up five wins in six events, culminating in the Canadian Women’s Amateur Championship.


Top 50 movers


U.S. Curtis Cup player Sierra Brooks moves into the top 50 with a 21-ranking leap to 39th.


Biggest ranking improvement


Sofia Barroso Sa’s victory in the Copa Federacion De Golf De Castilla Leon in Spain makes her the week’s most improved player. The Portuguese amateur climbs 613 rankings to world number 1,093.

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