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Scotland’s Bradley Neil lies 4th in latest World Amateur Golf Ranking.

18 year-old Neil earned the biggest victory of his young golfing career when he defeated South Africa’s Zander Lombard at Royal Portrush to win the 119th Amateur Championship.

Neil, has had a superb season and had already posted seven top 10 finishes before Portrush, with three seconds and two third place finishes, including a play-off loss to compatriot, Grant Forrest, in the 2014 St Andrews Links Trophy.

The Scottish golfer is scheduled to play in next week’s 2014 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Club.

The WAGR is still led by Oliver Schniederjans, who recently represented the US Golf team in the Palmer Cup.

In second and third places, respectively, are compatriots Robby Shelton and Scottie Scheffler.

The top-20 places reads as follows.

WAGR (Wed, 9/7/14):-

01▹ Oliver Schniederjans 1321.55
02▴ Robby Shelton 1267.65
03▾ Scottie Scheffler 1247.45
04▹ Bradley Neil 1201.75
05▹ Chang-woo Lee 1195.70
06▹ Jordan Niebrugge 1188.01
07▹ Guillermo Pereira 1187.70
08▹ Gavin Kyle Green 1161.96
09▹ Renato Paratore 1153.08
10▹ Ryan Evans 1147.47
11▹ Marcus Kinhult 1146.15
12▴ Thomas Detry 1142.05
13▴ Mario Galiano Aguilar 1131.37
14▴ Stewart Jolly 1128.75
15▴ Gavin Moynihan 1125.61
16▴ Scott Vincent 1124.07
17▹ Grant Forrest 1119.07
18▴ Taylor Pendrith 1112.04
19▴ Lucas Herbert 1110.71
20▴ Trey Mullinax 1108.28

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Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

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