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Corey Conners climbs 66 spots in the world rankings after finishing tied for fifth in his Tour debut, the Bahamas Great Exuma Classic. The result was worth 2.89 world ranking points, a career-best third points-paying finish for the 2014 U.S. Amateur runner-up who moves up to No. 7 in Canadian rankings.

Top ranked Canadian Mackenzie Hughes gained one place in the world rankings after another top-30 result on the PGA Tour. Hughes finished tied for 27th at the Sony Open, which was good for 2.22 world ranking points – his second straight points-paying finish to start the year.

Other notable results: No. 2 David Hearn and No. 5 Nick Taylor both missed the cut at PGA Sony Open; No. 8 Roger Sloan and No. 9 Adam Svensson both missed the cut at Tour The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic;


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Two weeks before the start of the LPGA Tour season, Brooke Henderson was taking part in a charity golf event in Orlando. The No. 8 ranked player in the world finished 24th in the event, which used a modified Stableford scoring system and featured PGA Tour Champions, celebrities and athletes.

One notable change in the Top-10 saw Anne-Catherine Tanguay leapfrog Augusta James to take over the No. 4 ranking in Canada.


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No significant movement among the Top-10 this past week.

No. 3 ranked Hugo Bernard has decided to finish his amateur golf career in Canada, transferring to the University of Montreal after an impressive freshman year with the Saint Leo Lions. The 22-year old will look to pick up where he left off last season which saw him post seven top-five finishes in nine events, becoming the first ever NCAA Division II champion in school history being named the Phil Mickelson Award winner as the top freshman.


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Maddie Szeryk, Canada’s top ranked amateur, started the new year off on the right foot, joining with fellow Team Canada National Squad member Grace St-Germain to win the team event at the Mexican Amateur. Szeryk finished fourth in the individual portion of the tournament.

St-Germain, who picked up six places in the world rankings, finished third at the Mexican Amateur.

Biggest Move: Three golfers – Oceane Jacques, Jenna Hague and Stefani Markovich – all gained 14 spots in the world rankings.


Complete World Amateur Golf Rankings can be found here.