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Chris Crisologo gained five places in the world rankings after finishing runner-up at the WWU Invitational. The senior and defending champion lost out to teammate Scott Kerr, who captured his first collegiate title by two strokes and makes his debut in the amateur world rankings. The pair helped power Simon Fraser University to an 11 stroke victory over rivals UBC.

Blair Bursey picked up 42 places in the world ranking after finishing in a tie for fifth at the Mark Simpson Colorado Invite. It was the first top-5 finish for the senior from Newfoundland. Bursey has gained 64 spots in the world rankings in last two weeks and moves up to take over the No. 8 ranking in Canada.

Matt Williams picked up another five places in the world rankings. The redshirt junior at Houston has gained 45 spots in the rankings over the last two weeks.

Honourable mention goes to Brendan Seys of Port Lambton, Ont., who makes his amateur world rankings debut after winning the Kyle Ryman Memorial in a playoff for win his second tournament win of the season and his third straight finish in the top three.

Biggest move: Perry Xin, a freshman from Vancouver, B.C., gained 379 spots in the world ranking after finishing in a tie for 17th at The Macdonald Cup, helping Yale University capture the team title.

1. Garrett Rank Elmira, ON 79 +1
2. Hugo Bernard Mont St-Hilaire, QC Univ. of Montreal 95
3. Josh Whalen Napanee, ON Kent State 210 -3
4. Joey Savoie St-Jean, QC Middle Tennessee 237 +8
5. Chris Crisologo Richmond, B.C. Simon Fraser Univ. 355 +5
6. Matt Williams Calgary, AB Houston 359 +5
7. Lawren Rowe Victoria, BC Univ. of Victoria 415 -29
8. Blair Bursey Gander, NFLD Utah Valley 440 +42
9. Charles Corner Cayuga, ON UTEP 447 +51
10. Emmett Oh Calgary, AB Houston 462 +9

Complete World Amateur Golf Rankings can be found here.


Michelle Kim made the biggest move among the Top-10, picking up 18 places in the world rankings after finishing in a tie for sixth at the Coeur D’Alene Collegiate. It was the second consecutive top-10 finish for the Surrey, B.C. junior at Idaho and her 211 total is the best score to par of her collegiate career. It also enabled her to climb two spots up to No. 8 in Canada.

Top ranked Maddie Szeryk climbed two spots after finishing in a tie for ninth at The Schooner Fall Classic. It was the third straight top 10 finish for the Golf Canada National Team member and the 24th of her collegiate career.

Outside the Top-10, Golf Canada Development Squad member Mary Parsons climbed 15 spots to move up to No. 19 in the Canadian rankings after finishing in a tie for 20th at the Coeur D’Alene Collegiate.

Biggest Move: Emily Zhu climbed 141 places in the world rankings after finishing tied for 54th at the World Junior Girls Championship.

1. Maddie Szeryk Allen, TX Texas A&M 27 +2
2. Naomi Ko Victoria, BC NC State 135 -4
3. Jaclyn Lee Calgary, AB Ohio State 141 -1
4. Vanessa Ha Montreal, QC San Francisco 225 -58
5. Jisoo Keel Coquitlam, BC Stanford 313 -26
6. Grace St-Germain Ottawa Daytona St. 329 -58
7. Jessica Ip Richmond Hill, ON Iowa 383 -9
8. Michelle Kim Surrey, BC Idaho 391 +18
9. Susan Xiao Surrey, BC 400
10. Monet Chun RIchmond Hill, ON (Team Canada) 449 -67

Complete World Amateur Golf Rankings can be found here.


Benjamin Silverman made the biggest gain among the Top-10, picking up 14 places in the world ranking after finishing in a tie for 20th at the season-ending Web.com Tour Championship. The result was worth 1.23 world ranking points for Silverman, who had already wrapped up his PGA Tour card for 2018 prior to the conclusion of the Web.com Tour Finals. It was his fifth top 20 result on the development tour in his last eight events, which included his first career victory.

Despite missing the cut at the Tour Championship, Corey Conners will be joining Silverman on the PGA Tour in 2018 after securing his card by virtue of finishing 20th on the Web.com Tour Finals money list.

Adam Svensson, No. 12 in the Canadian rankings, just missed out on securing a PGA Tour card after missing the cut at the Tour Championship. The former Golf Canada National Squad member came up just under $3,000 short of the goal.

Other notable results: No. 6 David Hearn withdrew from the Web.com Tour Championship; No. 8 Roger Sloan missed the cut at the Web.com Tour Championship; No. 9 Richard T Lee finished 49th at the Asian Tour Taiwan Masters;

1. Adam Hadwin Abbotsford, BC PGA 48 -1
2. Graham DeLaet Weyburn, SK PGA 102 -4
3. Mackenzie Hughes Dundas, ON PGA 110 -2
4. Austin Connelly Irving, TX EUR 203 -2
5. Nick Taylor Abbotsford, BC PGA 215 -3
6. David Hearn Brantford, ON PGA 241 -14
7. Benjamin Silverman Thornhill, ON PGA 264 +14
8. Roger Sloan Merritt, BC WEB 490 -11
9. Richard T Lee Toronto, ON ASIA 492 -12
10. Corey Conners Listowel, ON PGA 569 -16

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Brooke Henderson moved back inside the world top 10 after her fifth career LPGA victory, claiming the New Zealand Women’s Open by five strokes. It’s her second tour win in 2017 and was worth 13 world ranking points. Henderson climbed two places to No. 10 in the world rankings.

Despite slipping two spots in the world rankings, Alena Sharp finished tied for 13th at the New Zealand Women’s Open, which was worth a half a world ranking point.

Team Canada Young Pro Squad member Augusta James finished in a tie for 10th at the Symetra Tour event in Florida. It was the second top 10 result of the season for the No. 6 ranked golfer in Canada.

No. 4 Anne-Catherine Tanguay missed the cut at the Symetra Tour Florida event but she goes into this week’s final at No. 7 on the money list and a pretty good bet to secure an LPGA Tour card for next season.

No. 5 Brittany Marchand, who finished in a tie for 48th at the Symetra Tour event in Florida, sits 21st on the money list and needs to win the final in order to move into the top 10 and secure an LPGA card.

Other Notable Results: No. 3 Maude-Aimee Leblanc and No. 9 Jennifer Ha both missed the cut at New Zealand Women’s Open;  No. 7 Samantha Richdale and No. 10 Elizabeth Tong all missed the cut at Symetra Tour event in Florida;

1. Brooke Henderson Smiths Falls, ON LPGA 10 +2
2. Alena Sharp Hamilton, ON LPGA 98 -2
3. Maude-Aimee Leblanc Sherbrooke, QC LPGA 247
4. Anne-Catherine Tanguay Quebec City, QC SYMT 337 -5
5. Brittany Marchand Orangeville, ON SYMT 387 -10
6. Augusta James Bath, ON SYMT 445 -3
7. Samantha Richdale Kelowna, BC SYMT 565 -16
8. Jessica Wallace Langley, BC 682 -7
9. Jennifer Ha Calgary, AB LPGA 701 -5
10. Elizabeth Tong Thornhill, ON SYMT 782 -11

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