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A look at who ended 2016 No. 1
01 Jan 2017
by AmateurGolf.com Staff

see also: Harrison Endycott Rankings

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(January 1, 2017) -- With the 2016 season now officially in the books the AmateurGolf.com rankings for the year have come to a close so we wanted to take stock and see who finished the year in the top spots.

Even as we look back the 2017 ranking calendar has already begun with the Saguaro Amateur, the first point event of the year is beginning today.

Golfweek/AmateurGolf.com Men's Rankings:

No. 1 Harrison Endycott- The Australian earned points in 11 Golfweek/AmateurGolf.com Ranking events in 2016 while picking up five victories. His signature win came at the end of July when he won the Porter Cup.

*To see the rest of the rankings click here.

Golfweek/AmateurGolf.com U.S. Men's Rankings:

No. 1 Collin Morikawa- A sophomore at Cal, Morikawa won the Sunnehanna Amateur and the AGC 2016 Silicon Valley Amateur presented by Callaway Golf. The rising star also finished tied for second at the Web.com Tour's Air Capital Classic when he lost in a playoff.

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AmateurGolf.com Mid-Amateur Rankings:

No. 1 Scott Harvey- For a brief time in 2016 Garrett Rank took over the top spot in the rankings but it wasn't long before Harvey regained it. His lone ranking win in 2016 came at the George C. Thomas Invitational and he also earned U.S. Mid- Amateur medalist honors before finishing as the runner-up to Stewart Hagestad. Overall there were six top-5 finishes, including two additional second place showings at South American Amateur (tied) and Gasparilla Invitational.

*To see the rest of the rankings click here.

AmateurGolf.com Senior Men's Rankings:

No. 1 Doug Hanzel- Nine ranking events equated to five wins and nine top-10 finishes. The victories came at the National Senior Hall of Fame, The Hesler, Lupton Senior Invitational, Florida Azalea Senior and Timuquana Cup Senior. Hanzel also made a run to the U.S. Senior Amateur quarterfinals.

AmateurGolf.com Women's Rankings:

No. 1 Katelyn Dambaugh- The South Carolina senior notched a victory at the NCAA Women's East Regional in May and tallied four runner-up finishes (two T2's) throughout the year. Most notably she was second at the SEC Women's Championship and North & South Amateur. In all Dambaugh earned points in nine events during 2016.

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