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European Tour Qualifying School

The European Tour Qualifying School is an annual golf tournament which enables professional golfers to gain a place on the European Tour and its official development tour, the Challenge Tour.

The European Tour Qualifying School is held in three stages, with the final stage being played over six rounds at PGA Golf Catalunya in Spain. The top 25 players win their card on the European Tour, and those finishing outside the top 25 gain a place on the Challenge Tour, with those making the cut being ranked in a higher exemption category.

Winners

Year Venue Winner Country Score
2014 PGA Golf Catalunya Mikko Korhonen  Finland 408
2013 PGA Golf Catalunya Carlos del Moral  Spain 402
2012 PGA Golf Catalunya John Parry  England 409
2011 PGA Golf Catalunya David Dixon  England 407
2010 PGA Golf Catalunya Simon Wakefield  England 407
2009 PGA Golf Catalunya Simon Khan  England 408
2008 PGA Golf Catalunya Oskar Henningsson  Sweden 409
2007 San Roque Club Martin Wiegele  Austria 421
2006 San Roque Club Carlos Rodiles  Spain 417
Alexandre Rocha  Brazil
2005 San Roque Club Tom Whitehouse  England 419
2004 San Roque Club Peter Gustafsson  Sweden 423
2003 Emporda Golf Club
Golf Platja de Pals
Richard McEvoy  England 400
2002 Emporda Golf Club
Golf Platja de Pals
Per Nyman  Sweden 400
2001 San Roque Club
Club de Golf Sotogrande
Johan Sköld  Sweden 415
2000 San Roque Club
Club de Golf Sotogrande
Desvonde Botes  South Africa 417
1999 San Roque Club
Club de Golf Sotogrande
Alastair Forsyth  Scotland 423
1998 San Roque Club
Club de Golf Sotogrande
Ross Drummond  Scotland 425
1997 San Roque Club
Guadalmina
Chris van der Velde  Netherlands 280
1996 San Roque Club
Club de Golf Sotogrande
Niclas Fasth  Sweden 428
1995 San Roque Club
Guadalmina
Steve Webster  England 422
1994 Golf Massane David Carter  England 273
1993 La Grande Motte
Golf Massane
Brian Nelson  United States 424
1992 La Grande Motte
Golf Massane
Retief Goosen  South Africa 427
1991 La Grande Motte
Golf Massane
Andrew Hare  England 429
1990 La Grande Motte
Golf Massane
Daniel Silva  Portugal 424
1989 La Manga Heinz Peter Thül  West Germany 411
1988 La Manga Jesper Parnevik  Sweden 416
1987 La Manga Mike Smith  United States 410
1986 La Manga Wayne Smith  Australia 415
1985 La Manga José María Olazábal  Spain 414
1984 La Manga Robert Wrenn  United States 412
1983 La Manga David Ray  England 281
Andrew Oldcorn  England 283
Frédéric Regard  France 283
1982 La Manga José Rivero  Spain 283
Greg Turner  New Zealand 285
1981 Dom Pedro Gordon Brand, Jnr  Scotland 288
Quinta do Lago Robin Mann  England 294
1980 Dom Pedro Paul Carrigill  England 295
Quinta do Lago Manuel Montes  Spain 293
1979 Dom Pedro Charles Cox  England 296
Quinta do Lago Ken Williams  England 303
1978 Foxhills & Downshire Stephen Evans  England 293
Glenn Ralph  England
1977 Foxhills Sandy Lyle  Scotland 295
1976 Foxhills & Walton Heath David A. Russell  England 295

External links

  • Coverage on the European Tour's official site
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