While Florida State’s John Pak continues to top the standings, Pendaries’ rise emphasizes the fact that significant movement is possible over the next three months.
Currently, there are seven top-100 players who have played fewer than 13 tournaments, which means they have a chance to follow Pendaries and the Blue Devil’s blueprint.
• No. 35 – Angus Flanagan/Minnesota (11 events)
• No. 43 – David A. Perkins/Illinois State (12 events)
• No. 69 – Sam Harned/Nevada (12 events)
• No. 71 – Noah Goodwin/SMU (10 events)
• No. 80 – David Snyder/Stanford (11 events)
• No. 93 – Evan Brown/Loyola University Maryland (12 events)
• No. 100 – Alex Schaake/Iowa (11 events)
In partnership with the World Amateur Golf Ranking, the PGA TOUR University Ranking is updated weekly and announced Wednesdays on Golf Channel’s “Golf Today”. The Ranking includes the final two years of competition in NCAA Division I Men’s Golf events and PGA TOUR events.
The Ranking will be finalized after the NCAA Division I Championship, where the top five finishers will earn membership on Korn Ferry Tour, and players finishing 6th through 15th will earn membership on Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada or PGA TOUR Latinoamérica.