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2005 European Tour Qualifying School graduates

This is a list of the 32 players who earned their 2006 European Tour card through Q School in 2005.

# Player European Tour Notes 2006 European Tour
Starts Cuts
made
Starts Cuts
made
Best
finish
Earnings (€) Money list
rank
1 Tom Whitehouse 28 12 1 Challenge Tour win
17th in the Challenge Tour rankings
24 16 T7 250,952 95
2 Robert Rock 59 32 21 11 T5 208,637 114
3 David Griffiths 27 12 21 14 T37 217,166 10
T4 Mattias Eliasson 90 30 21 14 T3 314,018 75
T4 Louis Oosthuizen 50 26 1 Sunshine Tour win 21 11 T2 256,466 93
T4 Shaun P. Webster 78 40 1 Challenge Tour win 19 6 T10 41,939 194
7 David Dixon 62 28 25 12 T6 101,142 151
8 Iain Pyman 231 92 5 Challenge Tour wins 19 6 T21 39,362 197
T9 Johan Edfors 39 21 2 Challenge Tour wins 24 18 Win (three times) 1,505,583 10
T9 Michele Reale 95 38 2 Challenge Tour wins 17 4 T26 22,431 226
T9 Alexandre Rocha* 5 2 1 Tour de las Américas win 24 15 6th 179,878 125
T9 Jarmo Sandelin 275 170 5 European Tour wins 26 16 T2 568,046 44
T9 Leif Westerberg 43 21 1 Challenge Tour win 23 15 5th 165,150 131
T14 Ross Fisher* 10 5 18th in the Challenge Tour rankings 29 18 T3 370,725 66
T14 Francis Valera 71 32 2 Challenge Tour wins 18 11 T15 88,366 164
T14 Oliver Whiteley* 6 3 20 6 T13 50,524 186
T17 Felipe Aguilar* 1 1 1 Tour de las Américas win 18 10 T11 95,819 158
T17 Miguel Carballo* 3 2 19 9 T20 86,152 166
T19 David Bransdon* 23 14 26 14 T8 185,268 124
T19 Darren Fichardt 123 67 2 European Tour wins
4 Sunshine Tour wins
18 11 3rd 343,412 69
T19 Matthew Millar* 2 0 25 15 T5 207,386 115
T19 Christian Nilsson* 2 0 20 15 T4 226,789 101
T23 Warren Abery* 14 7 4 Sunshine Tour wins 21 7 T7 87,244 165
T23 Gary Clark 111 53 21 10 T24 76,133 170
T23 Santiago Luna 502 292 1 European Tour win 15 7 T10 77,652 169
T23 Henrik Nyström 158 75 15 3 T2 131,395 140
T23 Stephen Scahill 208 106 2 Challenge Tour wins 19 7 T18 50,258 188
T23 Wilhelm Schauman* 7 2 12 4th 235 15,880 T41
T23 Anders Sjöstrand* 0 0 16 3 T39 14,201 239
T23 Kieran Staunton* 0 0 17 3 T28 28,212 208
T23 Benoît Teilleria 90 43 20 7 5th 88,472 163
T23 Tuomas Tuovinen* 3 0 14 2 51st 6,675 277

*2006 European Tour rookie
T = Tied
      The player retained his European Tour card for 2007 and qualified for the Volvo Masters (finished inside the top 60).
      The player retained his European Tour card for 2007 (finished between 61–118).
      The player did not retain his European Tour Tour card for 2007, but retained conditional status (finished between 119–150).
      The player did not retain his European Tour card for 2007 (finished outside the top 150).

Winners on the European Tour in 2006

No. Date Player Tournament Winning score Margin of
victory
Runners-up
1 19 Mar Johan Edfors TCL Classic –25 (66-66-63-68=263) 1 stroke Andrew Buckle
2 14 May Johan Edfors Quinn Direct British Masters –11 (68-69-70-70=277) 1 stroke Gary Emerson
Stephen Gallacher
Jarmo Sandelin
3 16 Jul Johan Edfors Barclays Scottish Open –13 (65-69-74-63=271) 2 strokes Luke Donald
Andrés Romero
Charl Schwartzel

Runners-up on the European Tour in 2007

No. Date Player Tournament Winner Winning score Runner-up score
1 11 Dec
(2005 calendar year)
Louis Oosthuizen Dunhill Championship Ernie Els –14 (71-67-68-68=274) –11 (69-67-71-70=277)
2 7 May Jarmo Sandelin Telecom Italia Open Francesco Molinari –23 (68-65-67-65=265) –19 (69-68-67-65=269)
3 14 May Jarmo Sandelin Quinn Direct British Masters Johan Edfors –11 (68-69-70-70=277) –10 (67-71-70-70=278)
4 18 Jun Henrik Nyström Aa St Omer Open César Monasterio –10 (68-68-71-67=274) –9 (69-65-68-73=275)

See also

References

  • Final Results
  • Player biographies and records
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