The Men

Performances of the week

Bridgeman rides record books to victory

 

Jacob Bridgeman of the United States reaches his highest World Amateur Golf Ranking® position after setting a Clemson University low scoring record to win the Camp Creek Seminole Invite. Bridgeman opened with rounds of 64 and 66 at Camp Creek Golf Club in Watersound, Florida. His 14-under-par 130 is the best score against par for the first two rounds of a tournament in Clemson history. A closing 71 gave him a 15-under 201 and a five-shot victory. He jumps 61 places to 74th.

 

Maas continues hot streak

 

Christiaan Maas continued his hot streak in his native South Africa with a five-shot victory in the Gauteng North Open at Pretoria Country Club. Maas used local knowledge of his home course to return scores of 67, 69, 67 and 68 for a 271 aggregate. It was the third win in five events for the teenager, and takes him 70 positions to a personal best of 251st.

 

All in Hulbert’s family 

 

Trevor Hulbert proved he’s inherited some of his father’s genes by winning the JAGA First Coast Amateur at Hammock Beach Resort in Palm Coast, Florida. The East Tennessee State University student, son of former PGA Tour winner Mike Hulbert, birdied the first playoff hole after he and Logan Sowell had tied on 4-under 212. Hulbert climbs 113 spots to 600th, while fellow American Sowell is 18 places better off in 260th.

 

Top 50 movers

 

Taiga Sugihara of Japan edges up one spot to 50th place. There are no new top 20 players this week.

 

Biggest ranking improvement

 

American Robert Jacobs makes the week’s biggest move after winning the Heron Creek Senior Invitational. Jacobs, who ran out a one-shot winner, jumps 1,345 rankings to a career high of 4,754th.

The Women

Performances of the week

Zweig joins WAGR® table in style

 

Avery Zweig arrived for the Diamond Resorts ANNIKA Invitational presented by Rolex without a World Amateur Golf Ranking®. The McKinney, Texas, native rectified that by winning the tournament. Zweig opened with a 2-over 74, and added rounds of 67 and 69 to post a 7-under 209, and a four-shot victory over Arizona’s Kendall Todd. It gives Zweig an initial ranking of 2,661st. Todd jumps 357 spots to a career high 1,094th.

 

Wilson makes big move with Foley win

 

Yana Wilson is 503 places better off at 2,119th, her highest ranking, after winning the Sean Foley Performance Junior Championship. Wilson, from Henderson, Nevada, scored 73, 72 and 74 at Timacuan Golf & Country Club in Lake Mary, Florida, for a 3-over 219. It was good enough for a two-shot victory over New Jersey resident Sophia Bae, who makes a four-ranking move to 580th.

 

Wong earns Victorian double

 

Malaysia’s Jeneath Wong reaches a high of 304th with a move of 14 places by recording a Victorian double. Wong, who lives in Melbourne, added the Victorian Junior Amateur to the Girls Championship of Victoria she won last year. Wong bettered the field by four shots at the National Golf Club with scores of 75, 73, 71 and 72 for a 291 total. It was Wong’s third win in her last six tournaments, including the 2020 Riversdale Cup and Girls Championship of Victoria.

 

Top 50 movers

 

Ya-Chun Chang of Taipei breaks into the top 50 for the first time with a two-ranking move to 49th. There are no new top 20 entrants. 

 

Biggest ranking improvement

 

India’s Rishika Muralidhar advances 603 positions to a high of 2,462nd after finishing 16th in the Hero Women’s Pro Golf Tour Leg 2 in Chennai.

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