The Men

Performances of the week

Ravetto enters top 30 with Brabazon win


David Ravetto enhances his position as France’s top World Amateur Golf Ranking® player by winning the English Men's Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship at Sherwood Forest Golf Club. Ravetto took possession of the prestigious Brabazon Trophy when he defeated Ireland’s Mark Power and Christoffer Bring of Denmark in a playoff after the trio finished on 10-under 274.


Ravetto arrived in England by ferry at 2:30am on the Saturday before the championship. Another 90 minutes and he would have been forced to spend 14 days in self isolation in line with new quarantine rules for visitors from France.


The French player breaks into the top 30 for the first time by advancing 13 positions to 28th. Bring attains a career high ranking of 237th with a 138-place move. Power comes within one spot of his best WAGR® position with a jump of 18 places to 53rd.


Potter makes history in SCGA Amateur


Luke Potter climbs 21 rankings to 155th after becoming the youngest winner of the SCGA Amateur Championship. The 16-year-old emerged triumphant at Goose Creek Golf Club in Mira Loma, California. The Encinitas, California resident won after a three-hole aggregate playoff with 54-hole leader Caden Fioroni. Potter, who began the final round five shots behind Fioroni, returned a closing 8-under 62 thanks to obliterating the front nine with 28 shots, 7 seven under. He and Fioroni finished on 15-under 265. Fioroni, who took the 54-hole lead with a third round 61, jumps 111 positions to 330th.


Biggest ranking improvement


Baekjun Kim of Korea is the most improved player. He soars 1,339 places to 3,939th after 10th in the Song Am Cup in his homeland. There are no new top 20 or 50 entrants.


The Women

Performances of the week

English win takes Fuller into top 50


Annabell Fuller breaks into the World Amateur Golf Ranking® top 50 for the first time after winning the English Women's Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship at Burnham and Berrow Golf Club. The 18 year old member of Roehampton Golf Club won by three shots after posting rounds of 71, 68, 73 and 70 in challenging conditions for a 6-under 282 total. Fuller advances 10 positions to 41st. Nearest challenger Emma Allen makes a 170-ranking jump to 324th.


Zhang backs up U.S. Am win


Rose Zhang backed up last week’s victory in the U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship by winning the Rolex Girls Junior Championship at Dalhousie Golf Club in Cape Girardeau, Missouri by six shots. The Irvine, California resident returned scores of 64, 72, 70 and 67 for a 273 aggregate, 15 under. She strengthens her status as the world’s sixth best player.


Jacob smashes SCGA record


Jaime Jacob jumps 394 positions to 157th after smashing the scoring record in the SCGA Women’s Amateur Record at Goose Creek Golf Club in Mira Loma, California. Jacob’s two-shot victory came after rounds of 64, 70 and 69 gave her a 13-under 209 aggregate, four shots better than the previous 54-hole best.


Top 20 movers


Kiira Riihijarvi of Finland and Thailand’s Jaravee Boonchant are the only two new top 20 entrants. Riihijarvi is three places better off in 18th, while Boonchant edges up two spots to 20th.


Top 50 movers


Fuller is the only new top 50 player following her victory in the English Women's Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship.


Biggest ranking improvement


Korea’s Yeji Park jumps 833 places to 566th after winning the Song Am Cup at DaeGu Country Club.

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