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