The Australian Amateur Ranking System provides players, as well as the industry, the opportunity to monitor player movements based on results from particular events (known as Australian Ranking Events), across the peak of amateur golf in Australia.
Conditions to Determine the Winner of the 2017 Australian Women's Senior Rankings
Counting Events for 2017 Australian Women's Senior Ranking System
View the current top 40 in the Australian Women's Senior Rankings
View ALL players in the Australian Women's Senior Rankings
Frequently Asked Questions
PREVIOUS YEAR'S RANKINGS:
2016 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Jacqui Morgan (NSW)
2015 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Jacqui Morgan (NSW)
2014 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Jacqui Morgan (NSW)
2013 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Wendy O'Connell (Qld)
2012 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Sylvia Donohoe (NSW)
2011 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Sylvia Donohoe (NSW)
2010 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Josie Ryan (Qld)
2009 Final Rankings: Winner ~ Sylvia Donohoe (NSW)
SENIOR TEAM SELECTION
For all Australian Senior Teams, players must:
> be an Australian citizen;
> be a member of a currently affiliated golf club; and
> if relevant, satisfy particular tournament eligibility criteria (in the conditions for the tournament for which a player is being considered for seleciton).
Note: The GA Championship Committee reserves the right to veto a selection, including "automatic selections", where, in its absolute discretion, it feels a player's record, behaviour, disciplinary history or participation is not in the best interests of the game or the relevant event.
The criteria below applies to the following events:
2017 Event: 26-28 March at The National Golf Club.
Mike Peeck has been named Captain of the Golf Australia Team.
1. As the event is not sponsored, players are required to make thier own way to the host club and contribute to the cost of the course (incl carts), accommodation, and meals (estimated at $320). Players are required to stay with the team.
2. The team consists of 12 players.
3. The team shall be selected as follows:
> The leading one (1) male player from each State and Territory from the Australian Men's Senior Rankings (provided they are in the top 40 of the Rankings as at the time of selection).
> The leading two (2) females players from the Australian Women's Senior Rankings (provided they are in the top 40 of the Rankings as at the time of selection).
> Two Captain's picks (may be male or female)
NATIONAL SENIOR ADVISORY GROUP
Golf Australia recognises the improtance of a direct link with senior golfers to ensure that policies relating to senior players are in the best interests of both parties and golf generally in Australia. Accordingly, the National Senior Advisory Group was re-established in August 2012. Each of Golf Australia's Member Associations has a representative on the group. These representatives are:
> Chris Gordon (NSW)
> Mal Guerin (NT)
> Luke Bates (Qld)
> Chris Everett (SA)
> Stuart Eaton (Tas)
> Anthony Hyde (Vic)
> Ian McPherson (WA)
> Josie Ryan (Qld) - female representative
Senior golfers may contact their representative regarding any matters relating to senior golf. The representatives' details can be asscetained by contacting Golf Australia or the relevant State Association.