McNealy, Crocker high in U.S. rankings

Maverick McNealy of Stanford is fourth and Sean Crocker of USC stands fifth in the latest Team USA Rankings for the Palmer Cup matches released by the Golf Coaches Association of America.

The top six golfers in the  final rankings from the United States and Europe will automatically be part of the 10-man teams that will compete in the Palmer Cup at Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Ill., on June 12-14.

McNealy (pictured), a sophomore from Portola Valley, and Crocker, a freshman from Westlake Village, are even in the points with junior Charlie Danielson of Illinois, but the Cardinal has the edge thanks to his two victories this season.

Sophomore Beau Hossler of Texas, who is from Mission Viejo, ranks 11th, senior Xander Schauffele of San Diego State is 13th and junior Jonathan Garrick of UCLA comes in at 16th.

Sophomore Robby Shelton of Alabama leads the U.S. rankings, followed by senior Ollie Schniederjans of Georgia Tech and senior Hunter Stewart of Vanderbilt.

Senior Grant Forrest of the University of San Diego and Scotland is 12th in the European rankings, freshman Alexander Wilson of Cal and Scotland is 17th and junior David Boote of Stanford and Wales is 19th.

Juniors Jon Rahm of Spain and Max Rottluff of Germany, who both play at Arizona State, lead the Euro rankings.

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