Tournament History

The Qualifying School visited the Borders of Scotland for the first time when The Roxburghe Hotel and Golf Course hosted First Stage.  For Second Stage, El Saler in Valencia and Lumine near Tarragona were also added to the schedule. El Saler had previously held PQ2 (the equivalent of 2nd Stage) from 1986 to 1991. 

The number of Tour Cards available was reduced from 30 and ties to 25 and ties. The leading qualifier of 28 was England’s John Parry.  Gary Orr became the oldest Qualifying School graduate, aged 45 years and 202 days. He also broke the record for the biggest gap between winning his first and latest card. He won his first card in 1992, a gap of 20 years.  Interestingly, the only 2 players to contest the Final and win on Tour in 2013 both missed the 72 hole cut (Peter Uihlein and Jin Jeong).

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