Goss moves in top 10 of WAGR after Masters finish

Michigan's Rahul Bakshi during Tuesday stroke play at the 2011 NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championship at Karsten Creek in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Goss moves in top 10 of WAGR after Masters finish


Goss moves in top 10 of WAGR after Masters finish

Oliver Goss, who earned low amateur honors at the Masters on April 13, cracked the top 10 of the World Amateur Golf Ranking on Wednesday.

Goss, a sophomore at Tennessee, moved up four places in the rankings as he was only one of six amateurs to make the cut at Augusta National. He finished T-49.

Other amateurs at the Masters: Matt Fitzpatrick remained second behind world No. 1 Patrick Rodgers. Chang-woo Lee stayed in fifth. Garrick Porteous moved to the professional ranks after missing the cut in Augusta. Niebrugge, who shot 81-74, dropped out of the top 10. He is now 13th in the rankings. Also moving down a few spots was mid-amateur Mike McCoy.

Here are the rest of the top 10:

• 1. Patrick Rodgers, USA, Stanford

• 2. Matthew Fitzpatrick, England

• 3. Greg Eason, England, Central Florida

• 4. Robby Shelton, USA, Alabama

• 5. Chang-woo Lee, South Korea

• 6. Oliver Schniederjans, USA, Georgia Tech

• 7. Sebastian Cappelen, Denmark, Arkansas

• 8. Cameron Wilson, USA, Stanford

• 9. Oliver Goss, Australia, Tennessee

• 10. Ryan Evans, England



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