It was a week of high drama where 27 players earned their playing privileges for the European Tour’s 2019 season. Here are some of the key storylines from a brilliant week at European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage.
An emotional Scott Gregory capped off a tough year by earning full European Tour status after finishing as one of 27 graduates from European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage at Lumine Golf Club.
Alejandro Cañizares and Zander Lombard shared the spoils on top of the leaderboard at the conclusion of this year’s Qualifying School Final Stage as 27 players earned European Tour cards.
Live updates from Lumine Golf Club on the final day of Qualifying School
Kurt Kitayama, Romain Langasque and Zander Lombard lead the way at European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage after Day Five, which saw several players make crucial moves into the all-important top 25.
Daniel Gavins carded a two under par 69 to maintain his position at the top of the leaderboard as the 156-player field was reduced to 77 following the fourth round of European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage.
Follow the scores from Final Stage Qualifying at Lumine Golf Club
Daniel Gavins fired a six under par 66 during the third round of European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage to move two ahead of the rest of the field at the halfway point of the competition.
David Borda carded a nine under par 62 on the second day of European Tour Qualifying School Final Stage to grasp the 36-hole lead at Lumine Golf Club with a total of 16 under par.