Oregon's Wyndham Clark, Texas Tech's Fredrik Nilehn still lead Arnold Palmer Cup rankings

Oregon's Wyndham Clark, Texas Tech's Fredrik Nilehn still lead Arnold Palmer Cup rankings

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Oregon's Wyndham Clark, Texas Tech's Fredrik Nilehn still lead Arnold Palmer Cup rankings

The second of three Arnold Palmer Cup rankings were released Feb. 23.

Oregon’s Wyndham Clark leads the U.S. standings while Texas Tech’s Fredrik Nilehn of Sweden leads the European list. Rankings will be updated for the final time on March 9, and the two 10-person teams will be announced March 16 during the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

The top six players in each ranking on March 16 automatically qualify. The four remaining U.S. spots will go to three committee picks and one coach’s pick. The four remaining Europe spots will go to two committee picks, a coach’s pick and the winner of the R&A Foundation Scholars Tournament, held in April.

The 2017 Arnold Palmer Cup will take place June 9-11 at Atlanta Athletic Club.

Here are the latest rankings:

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U.S.

1 Wyndham Clark SR Oregon 0.9991
2 Sam Burns SO LSU 0.9986
3 Maverick McNealy SR Stanford 0.9981
4 Norman Xiong FR Oregon 0.9976
5 Chandler Phillips SO Texas A&M 0.9967
6 Jimmy Stanger SR Virginia 0.9957
7 Sean Crocker JR USC 0.9957
8 Dylan Meyer JR Illinois 0.9950
9 Wyatt Larkin JR Kennesaw State 0.9919
10 Patrick Martin SO Vanderbilt 0.9904
11 Spencer Ralston FR Georgia 0.9900
12 Doug Ghim JR Texas 0.9890
13 Will Zalatoris JR Wake Forest 0.9885
14 Scott Stevens SO South Carolina 0.9867
15 Collin Morikawa SO California 0.9867
16 Dylan Wu JR Northwestern 0.9842
17 Blaine Hale SO Oklahoma 0.9842
18 Patrick Fishburn JR BYU 0.9829
19 Rico Hoey SR USC 0.9828
20 Greyson Sigg SR Georgia 0.9828
21 Theo Humphrey JR Vanderbilt 0.9828
22 Cameron Young SO Wake Forest 0.9818
23 Braden Bailey SO Baylor 0.9795
24 Doc Redman FR Clemson 0.9791
25 Nick Hardy JR Illinois 0.9790

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Europe

1 Fredrik Nilehn (Sweden) JR Texas Tech 0.9905
2 Hannes Ronneblad (Sweden) SR Texas Tech 0.9732
3 Viktor Hovland (Norway) FR Oklahoma State 0.9708
4 Frederik Zucchetti (Italy) SR Texas Tech 0.9685
5 David Wicks (England) JR Jacksonville 0.9622
6 Edoardo Lipparelli (Italy) SO Illinois 0.9559
7 Rory Franssen (Scotland) FR Missouri 0.9545
8 Harry Ellis (England) JR Florida State 0.9459
9 Frederik Dreier (Denmark) JR Texas-El Paso 0.9446
10 Sam Horsfield (England) SO Florida 0.9426
11 Euan Walker (Scotland) SR Missouri 0.9407
12 Kristoffer Ventura (Norway) JR Oklahoma State 0.9392
13 Linus Lilliedahl (Sweden) SR Missouri 0.9378
14 Pierre Mazier (France) SO TCU 0.9361
15 Ilari Saulo (Finland) FR Middle Tennessee State 0.9351
16 Harry Hall (England) SO UNLV 0.9330
17 Ryan Lumsden (England) JR Florida State 0.9307
18 Yannik Paul (Germany) JR Colorado 0.9297
19 Stefano Mazzoli (Italy) SO TCU 0.9250
20 Yannick Emmert (Germany) SO Wichita State 0.9170
21 Gisli Sveinbergsson (Iceland) SO Kent State 0.9147
22 Alejandro Del Ray Gonzalez (Spain) FR Arizona State 0.9023
23 Mateusz Gradecki (Poland) SR East Tennessee State 0.8989
24 Erik Lindwall (Sweden) SO Eastern Kentucky 0.8985
25 Hurly Long (Germany) JR Texas Tech 0.8980

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