Weekly Top-10 Rankings powered by RBC

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Charles Corner made the biggest move among the Top 10 as the No. 6 ranked Canadian picked up 28 places in the world rankings.

One week after joining the Top 10, Myles Creighton continued his upward ascension, climbing another 27 places in the world rankings after finishing in a tie for 10th at the Pinehurst Intercollegiate. The Digby, Nova Scotia golfer has now finished inside the top 10 in seven consecutive spring tournaments, dating back to 2016. Creighton also moved up to No. 8 in the Canadian rankings.

After one week outside the Top 10, Lawren Rowe returns, moving up three places in the world rankings and taking over the No. 9 ranking in Canada.

Biggest move: Jared Nicolls of Ponoka, Alta., gained 847 spots in the world rankings after finishing in a tie for 17th at the Jackrabbit Invitational. It was the second top 20 result of the season for the junior at South Dakota State.

1. Hugo Bernard Mont St-Hilaire, QC Univ. of Montreal 64 -5
2. Garrett Rank Elmira, ON 90 -8
3. Joey Savoie La Prairie, QC 156 -1
4. Chris Crisologo Richmond, B.C. Simon Fraser Univ. 249
5. Josh Whalen Napanee, ON Kent State 266 -14
6. Charles Corner Cayuga, ON UTEP 331 +28
7. Emmett Oh Calgary, AB 363 +17
8. Myles Creighton Digby, NS Radford 393 +27
9. Lawren Rowe Victoria, BC Univ. of Victoria 428 +3
10. Matt Williams Calgary, AB Houston 457 -55

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Valerie Tanguay made the biggest move among the Top 10, picking up 54 places in the world rankings after finishing in a tie for second at the Hurricane Invitational. It was the first top 5 result of her collegiate career and came after the senior at Oklahoma fired a career-best round of 67 on the final day. The Quebec golfer also moved up to take over the No. 9 spot in Canada.

Vanessa Ha was the only other Top 10 player to make a positive gain in the rankings, climbing 13 spots after finishing in a tie for eighth at the Meadow Club Women’s Intercollegiate, her third top 10 result this season. With the result, the senior at the University of San Francisco takes over the No. 4 ranking in Canada

Biggest Move: Brigitte Thibault of Rosemère, Que., gained 311 spots in the world ranking after the freshman at Fresno State finishing tied for ninth at the Fresno State Classic.

1. Maddie Szeryk Allen, TX Texas A&M 34 -2
2. Jaclyn Lee Calgary, AB Ohio State 99 -5
3. Naomi Ko Victoria, BC NC State 143 -16
4. Vanessa Ha Montreal, QC San Francisco 274 +13
5. Grace St-Germain Ottawa Daytona St. 298 -33
6. Michelle Ruiz Mississauga, ON Nova Southeastern 389 -1
7. Jessica Ip Richmond Hill, ON Iowa 419 -12
8. Celeste Dao Notre-Dame, QC (Team Canada) 422 -11
9. Valerie Tanguay St-Hyacinthe, QC Oklahoma 444 +54
10. Michelle Kim Surrey, BC Idaho 507 -42

Complete World Amateur Golf Rankings can be found here.


Top ranked Adam Hadwin climbed two places in the world rankings after just missing his third top-10 result in the last four weeks, finishing in a tie for 12th at the PGA’s Valspar Championship – an event he won a year ago. The result was worth 5.53 world ranking points and moved him up to No. 42 in the world, improving upon his career-best showing

One of the biggest moves of the week comes from outside the Top 10 as No. 11 Corey Conners jumps 89 spots in the world rankings after finishing in a tie for 16th at the PGA’s Valspar Championship. It was his career-best finish in a PGA event and was worth 3.45 world ranking points, his second best points-paying finish since a runner-up result two years ago on the Canadian Tour. Looking to follow in the footsteps of fellow Canadian Adam Hadwin who won the event a year ago, Conners was the 54-hole leader before a final round 77 dropped him off the top of the leaderboard.

Another big move came from Sunil Richard Jung Bell, who gained 331 spots in the world rankings after finishing in a tie for second at the China Tour Shenzhou Peninsula Classic. It’s his career-best result to date and was worth 3.00 world ranking points. Bell moves from No. 17 up to No. 13 in the Canadian rankings.

Other notable results: No. 3 Mackenzie Hughes, No. 4 Nick Taylor and No. 6 Benjamin Silverman all missed the cut at PGA Valspar Championship; No. 8 Adam Svensson finished tied for 39th at the Web.com Tour El Bosque Mexico Championship; No. 9 Roger Sloan missed the cut at the Web.com Tour El Bosque Mexico Championship; No. 10 Richard T Lee withdrew from the Asian Tour-European Tour Hero Indian Open;

1. Adam Hadwin Abbotsford, BC PGA 42 +2
2. Graham DeLaet Weyburn, SK PGA 129 -5
3. Mackenzie Hughes Dundas, ON PGA 179 -2
4. Nick Taylor Abbotsford, BC PGA 204 -4
5. Austin Connelly Irving, TX EUR 252 -3
6. Benjamin Silverman Thornhill, ON PGA 265 -8
7. David Hearn Brantford, ON PGA 365 -11
8. Adam Svensson Surrey, BC WEB 368 -8
9. Roger Sloan Merritt, BC WEB 493 -10
10. Richard T Lee Toronto, ON ASIA 507 -4

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With the LPGA on a one week hiatus, there were no changes in the women’s rankings as top ranked Brooke Henderson maintained her No. 13 world ranking.

1. Brooke Henderson Smiths Falls, ON LPGA 13
2. Alena Sharp Hamilton, ON LPGA 109 -5
3. Maude-Aimee Leblanc Sherbrooke, QC LPGA 321 -4
4. Anne-Catherine Tanguay Quebec City, QC LPGA 384 -2
5. Brittany Marchand Orangeville, ON LPGA 407 -3
6. Augusta James Bath, ON SYMT 493 -9
7. Samantha Richdale Kelowna, BC SYMT 661 -10
8. Jennifer Ha Calgary, AB SYMT 736 -1
9. Elizabeth Tong Thornhill, ON SYMT 794 -3
10. Jessica Wallace Langley, BC 812 -11

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