The Men

Performances of the week

Michel puts on Master class


Lukas Michel put on something of a masterclass over the closing holes of Victoria Golf Club to win the Australian Master of the Amateurs. The reigning U.S. Mid-Amateur Champion birdied three of the last four holes in a final round 69, 3-under-par, to post a 6-under 282 total. It gave him a two-shot victory over compatriot Ryan Thomas. The Melbourne resident edges up two places on this week’s World Amateur Golf Ranking® to 74th. Thomas climbs 316 spots to 1,411th.


Moss bosses Junior Orange Bowl


Sebastian Moss was always going to be hard to beat after an opening 9-under 62 in the Junior Orange Bowl at the Biltmore Golf Club in Coral Gables, Florida. So it proved. The Wesley Chapel, Florida resident added further rounds of 69, 68 and 73 to post a 12-under 272. It was good enough for a three-shot victory. It also sees him jump 266 rankings to 2,482nd.


Allen comes from three behind to win Saguaro


Tucker Allen improves his WAGR® status by 1,132 places to a personal best 2,274th with victory in the Saguaro Amateur at Ak­-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club in Arizona. The Texas resident was three adrift heading into the final round after posting rounds of 66 and 70. His closing 69, 3 under par, gave him an 11-under 205 and a one-shot victory.


Biggest ranking improvement


Australia’s Abel Eduard soars 1,795 positions to a high of world number 4,244th after victory in the South Australian Junior Masters. It was Eduard’s second win in his last three tournaments to go with his Victorian Junior Open triumph at the end of last year. There are no new top 20 or 50 players this week.

The Women

Performances of the week

Stone slays Orlando field to hit heights


Latanna Stone attains her highest World Amateur Golf Ranking® position thanks to a one-shot victory in the Women's Orlando International Amateur Championship. An opening 7-under-par 65 over Orange County National’s Panther Lake course paved the way to victory for the Floridian. The Louisiana State University student added consecutive 73s for a 5-under 211 total. Stone moves into the world top 200 with a jump of 65 places to 140th.


Hume uses home weather to win Sally


England’s Ellen Hume is 45 rankings better off in 149th position, her highest WAGR® status, after winning The Sally at Oceanside Country Club in Ormond Beach, Florida. The Ole Miss University student said the weather “does remind me of home. The wind and the cold, it’s definitely English.” That explains her five-shot victory after rounds of 71, 72, 71 and 69 for a 5-under 283 aggregate on her debut in the prestigious event. An eagle/birdie finish also helped the 2019 English Women’s Amateur champion lift the trophy.


Higo on high with Masters win


Lion Higo makes a 69-place jump to a career best 561st ranking after a six-shot victory in the Women's Australian Master of The Amateurs at the Victoria Golf Club in Cheltenham. The 17-year-old Queenslander birdied three of the last six holes in a closing 70, 2-under, after scores of 71, 72 and 73. Her 2-under 286 was the only score under par.


Hou breaks into top 30


Yu-Sang Hou of Taipei breaks into the world top 30 for the first time with an improvement of 12 rankings to 24th after coming close to defeating the professionals in the Hitachi Ladies Classic in her homeland. Hou finished second.


Top 50 movers


There are no new top 20 entrants, while Argentina’s Agustina Zeballos makes a two-ranking move to 49th.


Biggest ranking improvement


Australian Sarah Hammett takes that honour after winning the South Australia Junior Amateur Championship. Hammett reaches a personal best 1,153rd ranking with a leap of 925 positions.

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