June 2019 Men’s Amateur Rankings

4th July 2019

Throughout the year I analyse the two main amateur golf rankings, the SPWAR and the WAGR, to help us assess the performances of Great Britain and Ireland’s leading players.

This information is maintained on the Rankings page of the GolfBible website and is updated quarterly.

The latest update covering the June 2019 Quarter period has now been added.

I also select a Player of the Quarter.

For Quarter 2 2019 I have chosen Scotland’s Euan WALKER. Euan was close to winning this award in Quarter 1 when he won the African Amateur. Whilst he hasn’t won in Quarter 2 he has continued his excellent 2019 form with a number of high finishes. I consider Euan a 100% certainty for the GB&I Walker Cup team.

Euan Walker (Photo: European Golf Association)

Pease click this link to be redirected to my Rankings page – GolfBible Rankings


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2 thoughts on “June 2019 Men’s Amateur Rankings

    • Hi Peter,

      At the end of June 2019 Curtis was 421st in the SPWAR (65th) and 356th in the WAGR (50th).

      Following his co-medalist performance at The Prince’s Final Qualifying event for The Open this week, which I know has prompted your question, he has jumped up to 213th in the SPWAR (32nd). The WAGR chooses not to allocate any ranking points for 36 hole events even when they have strong fields and offer up places for major championships to the leading finishers.

      Curtis has produced a number of good county results in Essex but is yet to really break out on the men’s national stage. He played in the Middle East last winter and played well in quite a few MENA Tour (Pro) competitions. He is still only 18 so I am confident he will come through and this Final Qualifying result should certainly boost his confidence.


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