Noah Goodwin, Rayhan Thomas lead Junior Presidents Cup standings

Starting in 2017, junior boys golfers like Noah Goodwin, pictured at the 2016 Junior Ryder Cup, will be able to qualify for a Junior Presidents Cup. Getty Images

Noah Goodwin, Rayhan Thomas lead Junior Presidents Cup standings

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Noah Goodwin, Rayhan Thomas lead Junior Presidents Cup standings

Noah Goodwin, the No. 1 junior golfer in all three major rankings, and Rayhan Thomas, who recently made the cut at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, lead the U.S. and International standings, respectively, for the inaugural Junior Presidents Cup.

The U.S. standings are based on the AJGA rankings while the International standings use WAGR points. The top 11 boys in each standing as of Aug. 3 automatically qualify for their respective teams. The teams will be finalised with a 12th player, to be named Sept. 6.

The first ever Junior Presidents Cup will take place Sept. 25-26 at Plainfield Country Club in Edison, N.J. Two days later, the 2017 Presidents Cup will begin at Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, N.J.
Here are the current standings:

U.S.

PRIORITY AJGA RANK NAME STATE GRAD POINTS
1 1 Noah Goodwin TX 2018 86
2 4 Eugene Hong FL 2018 56.85
3 6 Ricky Castillo CA 2019 52.2
4 9 Travis Vick TX 2019 41.26
5 10 Cole Hammer TX 2018 41.04
6 21 Mason Nome TX 2019 28.54
7 23 Garrett Barber FL 2018 28.03
8 30 Parker Coody TX 2018 22.45
9 31 Ryan Burnett CA 2018 22.14
10 32 Andrew Lewis IN 2018 21.97
11 36 Cullan Brown KY 2018 20.5
12 37 Pierceson Coody TX 2018 20.44
13 41 Clay Seeber CA 2019 19.8
14 44 Akshay Bhatia NC 2020 18.53
15 48 Canon Claycomb KY 2020 18.11
16 53 Logan McAllister OK 2018 17.69
17 T57 Nicolas Cassidy GA 2019 16.94
18 60 Jacob Bridgeman SC 2018 16.28
19 61 William Moll TX 2019 16.25
20 62 Michael Sanders NC 2018 16.03
21 64 Connor Futrell FL 2017 15.76
22 75 Charlie Reiter CA 2018 14.39
23 78 Ethan Ng NY 2018 13.99
24 80 Will Thomson FL 2019 13.89
25 83 Joe Highsmith WA 2018 13.69

International

PRIORITY WAGR RANK Name GRAD POINTS
1 94 Rayhan Thomas 2019 923.8982
2 125 Fred Lee 2017 903.8147
3 179 Garrick Higgo 2017 873.791
4 267 Joshua Armstrong 2017 836.7448
5 291 Aden Ye 2018 827.3493
6 345 Mateo Fernandez De Oliveira 2017 808.492
7 384 Yuxin Lin 2019 797.8701
8 396 Luca Filippi 2017 792.1643
9 415 Agustin Errazuriz 2018 786.159
10 479 Karl Vilips 2020 773.3218
11 510 Jonathan Wijono 2018 766.3715
12 582 Julian Perico 2018 750.7046
13 604 Kshitij Naveed Kaul 2018 745.5919
14 610 Tirto Tamardi 2017 744.4645
15 683 Naraajie Emerald Ramadhan 2018 728.1405
16 861 Peyton Callens 2018 692.0482
17 1015 Konrad Brauckmeyer 2018 666.3742
18 1050 Bryan Wiyang Teoh 2018 661.5942
19 1054 Wei-Hsuan Wang 2018 661.045
20 1120 Louis Dobbelaar 2019 648.1476
21 1174 Hiroki Miya 2018 637.4056
22 1208 Ting-Wei Hsieh 2018 631.2841
23 1239 Aadil Bedi 2018 624.3302
24 1405 Esteban Missura 2017 594.3475
25 1423 Sean Maruyama 2018 590.001

 

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