Story updated June 28 to reflect most recent Wyndham Cup Priority List.
on the Polo Golf Rankings updated June 22, the top eight girls and top eight boys
from East and West of the Mississippi River have been invited to compete at
Wyndham Cup, July 23-26, at Arnold Palmer’s Bay Hill Club & Lodge in
Orlando, Fla. The final two boys and girls spots on each team will be awarded
to the players with the highest Polo Golf Ranking as of July 3, 2012, who are not
already eligible and who participated in the 2012 Rolex Tournament of Champions.
20-player rosters will be announced following the conclusion of the Rolex
Tournament of Champions.
Note: This is a list of the first 32 qualifiers and are not official rosters. Players have been removed from the Wyndham Cup Priority List if they have stated that he/she will not play. The final teams will be posted upon the conclusion of the Rolex Tournament of Champions.
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