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John Pak, Garett Reband remain Top Two in PGA TOUR University Ranking

The top of the PGA TOUR University Ranking remained largely unchanged Wednesday, as John Pak (Florida State) and Garett Reband (Oklahoma) held steady in the top two positions. Chun An Yu (Arizona State) improved one spot to No. 3 after finishing T7 at The Goodwin, while Davis Thompson (Georgia) finished T16 at the Old Waverly Collegiate and dropped to fourth. Austin Eckroat (Oklahoma State) rounds out the top-five, and he holds a narrow lead over Sandy Scott (Texas Tech) for the fifth and final Korn Ferry Tour card.

Three players won tournaments last week and made big moves in the Ranking. After earning co-medalist honors at The Goodwin, Sam Harned (Nevada) improved 27 spots to No. 29, and Blake Hathcoat (St. Mary’s) moved from 109th to 76th. At the Oregon Duck Invitational, Hugo Townsend (Boise State) won his first collegiate tournament and improved 22 spots to 66th.

The lone player to drop out of the top-15 this week was Kyle Hogan (Texas Tech), who finished T33 at the Old Waverly Collegiate and fell from 15th to 20th. That leaves Oklahoma and SMU as the only schools with multiple players in the top-15.

PGA TOUR University Ranking: March 31, 2021

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