Mark H. McCormack Medal
The Mark H. McCormack Medal is presented annually by The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews to the leading player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking after the last 'elite' event of the season. The award is named after World Golf Hall of Famer Mark McCormack, who was an avid supporter of golf and the founder of IMG.
|2016||Maverick McNealy||United States|
|2014||Oliver Schniederjans||United States|
|2012||Chris Williams||United States|
|2011||Patrick Cantlay||United States|
|2010||Peter Uihlein||United States|
|2008||Danny Lee||New Zealand|
|2007||Colt Knost||United States|
|2013||Lydia Ko||New Zealand|
|2012||Lydia Ko||New Zealand|
|2011||Lydia Ko||New Zealand|
- R&A Introduces the Mark H. McCormack Medal
- Ko awarded first ever women's Mark H. McCormack Medal
- Lydia Ko wins Mark H McCormack medal as leading Women's WAGR player[permanent dead link]
- Amateur Champion awarded place in U.S. Open
- R&A announces changes to Open entry criteria Archived 2011-12-06 at the Wayback Machine.
- Romine, Brentley (24 August 2016). "Stanford's Maverick McNealy wins Mark H. McCormack Medal as world's top amateur". Golfweek.
- "Rahm-Rodriguez, Maguire Win McCormack Medals". USGA. 26 August 2015.
- "Schniederjans Wins McCormack Medal As World's Leading Amateur". USGA. 28 August 2014.
- "Leona Maguire wins Mark H McCormack Medal for second year in a row". R&A. 15 August 2016.
- "Leona Maguire wins Mark H McCormack Medal as leading Women's Amateur". R&A. 20 August 2015.
- "Lee Wins McCormack Medal As Leading Amateur". USGA. 26 August 2014.