Como obter Ranking Mundial Amador

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Como obter Ranking Mundial Amador

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To become a Ranked Player, a player must fulfill one of the following:

AMATEUR EVENTS

Stroke Play
1. Make the cut in the Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship (MWAGR), Women's Amateur Asia-Pacific Championship (WWAGR), International European Amateur Championships (MWAGR and WWAGR), or finish in the top 64 & ties in the World Amateur Team Championships (MWAGR and WWAGR).
2. Finish in the top 40 & ties in a Category A Event.
3. Finish in the top 20 & ties in a Category B Event.
4. Finish in the top 10 & ties in a Category C Event.
5. Finish in the top 6 & ties in a Category D Event.
6. Finish in the top 4 & ties in a Category E Event.
7. Finish in the top 2 & ties in a Category F Event.
8. Finish in the top 1 & ties in a Category G Event.
Note 1: Only players making the final cut can become ranked.

Note 2: Amateur events with starting fields of fewer than 48 players will have 50% of Appendix 1 applied. A fraction from such a calculation will be rounded to the nearest whole number.

Note 3: If less than 36 holes are played for any reason (e.g., poor weather), no new players will become ranked.

Note 4: In the case of a tie for 1st place in a stroke play event, the winner of an actual play-off will be designated as the winner (play-offs are not recognised in U.S. Collegiate events). For all other ties, including a tie for 1st settled in any other manner (e.g., score card countback), score will be used to determine players who become ranked based on place finish.

Match Play
9. (see 17 below)
10. Win in the last 64 in a Category A Event (32 players).
11. Win in the last 32 in a Category B Event (16 players).
12. Win in the last 16 in a Category C Event (8 players).
13. Win in the last 8 in a Category D Event (4 players).
14. Win in the last 8 in a Category E Event (4 players).
15. Win in the last 4 in a Category F Event (2 players).
16. Win in the last 4 in a Category G Event (2 players).

Note 1: Only players making the final cut can become ranked.

Note 2: Amateur events with starting fields of fewer than 48 players will have 50% of Appendix 1 applied. A fraction from such a calculation will be rounded to the nearest whole number.

Note 3: If less than 36 holes are played for any reason (e.g., poor weather), no new players will become ranked.

Note 4: In the case of a tie for 1st place in a stroke play event, the winner of an actual play-off will be designated as the winner (play-offs are not recognised in U.S. Collegiate events). For all other ties, including a tie for 1st settled in any other manner (e.g., score card countback), score will be used to determine players who become ranked based on place finish.

Combination of Stroke Play & Match Play
For the match play portion, see 9-16 above. For the stroke play portion:
17. Finish on the qualifying score in The Amateur, U.S. Amateur, Ladies’ British Open Amateur, or U.S. Women’s Amateur Championships.
18. Finish in the top 10 & ties in a Category A Event.
19. Finish in the top 6 & ties in a Category B Event.
20. Finish in the top 5 & ties in a Category C Event.
21. Finish in the top 4 & ties in a Category D Event.
22. Finish in the top 3 & ties in a Category E Event.
23. Finish in the top 2 & ties in a Category F Event.
24. Finish in the top 1 & ties in a Category G Event.

Note 1: Only players making the final cut can become ranked.

Note 2: Amateur events with starting fields of fewer than 48 players will have 50% of Appendix 1 applied. A fraction from such a calculation will be rounded to the nearest whole number.

Note 3: If less than 36 holes are played for any reason (e.g., poor weather), no new players will become ranked.

Note 4: In the case of a tie for 1st place in a stroke play event, the winner of an actual play-off will be designated as the winner (play-offs are not recognised in U.S. Collegiate events). For all other ties, including a tie for 1st settled in any other manner (e.g., score card countback), score will be used to determine players who become ranked based on place finish.

PROFESSIONAL EVENTS
Players can also become ranked due to participation and finishes in professional events included in the Official World Golf Ranking (OWGR) and the Rolex Rankings, and in certain professional events conducted by a governing body (affiliated to The R&A/USGA).
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