World Amateur Golf Ranking (Women)

World Amateur Golf Ranking (Women)

The World Amateur Golf Ranking system (WAGR) ranks the top amateur golfers in the world on the basis of their average performance in Counting Events over a rolling cycle of the previous 52 weeks.

Counting Events are graded from A to G in accordance with the strength of the field, with the number of points awarded being proportionate to the event strength.

WAGR has been “live” since 2007 and has quickly become recognised as the world’s pre-eminent amateur golf ranking system, with numerous event organisers using it as an entry criterion for their events.The Women’s WAGR debuted in 2011.

Click here to find out more about the World Amateur Golf Ranking system.







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U.S. Women's Open - Round One
BETHLEHEM, PA - JULY 09: Amateur Alexis Thompson hits a shot from the fairway during the first round of the 2009 U.S. Women's Open at Saucon Valley Country Club on July 9, 2009 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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