2013 Global Golf Post All-Amateur Teams

All-Amateur First Team (Men)

Sebastian Cappelen (Denmark)

Max Orrin (England)

Matthew Fitzpatrick (England)

Garrick Porteous (England)

Oliver Goss (Australia)

Patrick Rodgers (USA)

Michael Kim (USA)

Brady Watt (Australia)

Jordan Niebrugge (USA)

Cory Whitsett (USA)

All-Amateur Second Team (Men)

Corey Connors (Canada)

Nathan Kimsey (England)

Sean Dale (USA)

Chang-Woo Lee (Korea)

Thomas Detry (Belgium)

Cheng-Tsung Pan (Chinese Taipei)

Gavin Green (Malaysia)

Callum Shinkwin (England)

Max Homa (USA)

Michael Weaver (USA)

Honorable Mention (Men)

Julien Brun (France)

Kevin Phelan (Ireland)

Bryson Dechambeau (USA)

Jordan Smith (England)

Ryan Evans (England)

Justin Thomas (USA)

Toni Hakula (Finland)

Guan Tianglang (China)

Jim Liu (USA)

Cameron Wilson (USA)

Taylor Pendrith (Canada)

Bobby Wyatt (USA)

All-Amateur First Team (Women)

Nobuhle Dlamini (Swaziland)

Minjee Lee (Australia)

Brooke Mackenzie Henderson (Canada)

Stephanie Meadow (N. Ireland)

Lydia Ko (New Zealand)

Su-Hyun Oh (Australia)

Alison Lee (USA)

Annie Park (USA)

Erynne Lee (USA)

Emma Talley (USA)

All-Amateur Second Team (Women)

Amy Boulden (Wales)

Kyung Kim (USA)

Doris Chen (USA)

Ally McDonald (USA)

Georgia Hall (England)

Emily Kristine Pedersen (Denmark)

Yan Jing (China)

Ashlan Ramsey (USA)

Chirapat Jao-Javanil (Thailand)

Paula Reto (South Africa)

Honorable Mention (Women)

Celine Boutier (France)

Grace Lennon (Australia)

Casie Cathrea (USA)

Grace Na (USA)

Natalie Escuriola (Spain)

Sophia Popov (Germany)

Hannah Green (Australia)

Martz Sanz (Spain)

Naomi Jimenez (Spain)

Mariah Stackhouse (USA)

All-Mid-Amateur First Team (Men)

Kevin Carrigan (Canada)

Mike McCoy (USA)

John Engler (USA)

Garrett Rank (Canada)

Scott Harvey (USA)

Neil Raymond (England)

Colby Harwell (USA)

Nathan Smith (USA)

Kevin Marsh (USA)

Todd White (USA)

All-Mid-Amateur Second Team (Men)

Todd Burgan (USA)

Bertland Noel (France)

Patrick Christovich (USA)

Scott Rowe (USA)

Matthew Clark (England)

John Sawin (USA)

Gene Elliott (USA)

James White (Scotland)

John Kemp (England)

Bill Williamson (USA)

Honorable Mention (Men)

Fredrik Axelsson (France)

Kris Mikkelsen (USA)

Mark Cusic (USA)

Michael Muehr (USA)

Tim Jackson (USA)

R.J. Nakashian (USA)

Damien Jordan (Australia)

Brad Valois (USA)

Bobby Leopold (USA)

Martin Young (England)

Michael McDermott (USA)

 

All-Women’s Mid-Amateur First Team

Laura Coble (USA)

Christina Proteau (Canada)

Tara Joy Connelly (USA)

Margaret  Shirley (USA)

Mercedes Huarte (Argentina)

Meghan Stasi (USA)

Stefi Markovich (Canada)

Kim Williams (South Africa)

Julia Potter (USA)

Dawn Woodard (USA)

All-Women’s Mid-Amateur Second Team

Teresa Cleland (USA)

Jennifer Lochhead (Canada)

Kay Daniel (USA)

Jessica Luciuk (Canada)

Sarah Davison (USA)

Lucy Nunn (USA)

Amanda Jacobs (USA)

Chloe Rogers (England)

Judith Kyrinis (Canada)

Karen Siegel (USA)

Honorable Mention (Women’s Mid-Amateur)

Stacy Dennis (USA)

Rebecca Randolph (USA)

Amber Marsh Elliott (USA)

Fumie Sato (Japan)

Hitomi Inaba (Japan)

 

All-Senior Amateur First Team

Brady Exber (USA)

Paul Schlachter (USA)

Jack Hall (USA)

David Schulz (Canada)

Doug Hanzel (USA)

Paul Simson (USA)

Richard Latham (England)

Pat Tallent (USA)

Chip Lutz (USA)

George Zahringer (USA)

All-Senior Amateur Second Team

Mike Bell (USA)

James Lehman (USA)

Jay Blumenfeld (USA)

Garth McGimpsey (Ireland)

Tom Brandes (USA)

Dave Szewczul (USA)

Rick Cloninger (USA)

Jon Tingley (USA)

Bev Hargraves (USA)

Bill Zylstra (USA)

Honorable Mention (Senior Men)

Stefan Albinski (Australia)

Ian McPherson (Australia)

John Ambridge (England)

Pat O’Donnell (USA)

Mike Bodney (USA)

Mike Peck (USA)

Denis Dale (Australia)

Lorenzo Sartori (Italy)

Buzz Fly (USA)

Marty West (USA)

Murray Martin (New Zealand)

 

All-Senior Women’s Amateur First Team

Kim Eaton (USA)

Kareen Markle (USA)

Mina Hardin (USA)

Ellen Port (USA)

Mary Ann Hayward (Canada)

Ashley Rose (USA)

Mary Jane Hiestand (USA)

Lisa Schlesinger (USA)

Leigh Klasse (USA)

Sue Wooster (Australia)

All-Senior Women’s Amateur Second Team

Akemi Khaiat (Japan)

Therese Quinn (USA)

Andrea Kraus (USA)

Anna Schultz (USA)

Helene Maxe (Sweden)

Liz Waynick (USA)

Lin McMillan (USA)

Sydney Wells (USA)

Gertie McMullen (Ireland)

Caryn Wilson (USA)

Honorable Mention (Senior Women)

Marie Arnoux (France)

Martha Leach (USA)

Peggy Brady (USA)

Ann Lewis (Wales)

Sue Cohn (USA)

Lisa McGill (USA)

Suzanne Corcoran (Ireland)

Wendy O’Connell (Australia)

Sue Dye (England)

Josie Ryan (Australia)

 

 

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