2010 European Tour Qualifying School graduates

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This is a list of the 34 players who earned their 2011 European Tour card through Q School in 2010.

# Player European Tour
starts
Cuts
made
Notes
1 England Simon Wakefield 250 124 1 Challenge Tour win, 1 Sunshine Tour win
2 Spain Carlos del Moral 46 27 2 Challenge Tour wins
3 Finland Mikko Korhonen 9 5
4 England Adam Gee 11 4
5 South Africa Jaco van Zyl 23 19 9 Sunshine Tour wins
T6 Germany Florian Fritsch 6 1
T6 Wales Liam Bond 29 14
T6 Denmark Andreas Hartø 0 0 2 Challenge Tour wins
T9 France Romain Wattel 2 1 1 Challenge Tour win
T9 Wales Stuart Manley 96 35 Played in 2003 Walker Cup
T11 Scotland Lloyd Saltman 14 3 Played in 2005 and 2007 Walker Cups; brother of Elliot Saltman
T11 Netherlands Tim Sluiter 4 2
T11 Sweden Joakim Haeggman 426 266 3 European Tour wins; played in 1993 Ryder Cup
T11 South Africa Shaun Norris 16 5 1 Sunshine Tour win
T11 France Victor Dubuisson 10 3 Won 2009 European Amateur
T11 United States Jason Knutzon 54 28 2 Asian Tour wins
T11 Denmark Thomas Nørret 18 7 1 Challenge Tour win
T11 England Matthew Nixon 0 0
T19 South Africa George Coetzee 30 15 3 Sunshine Tour wins
T19 England Steve Lewton 4 1
T19 Spain Alfredo García-Heredia 38 15
T22 Sweden Fredrik Ohlsson 21 5
T22 France Alexandre Kaleka 5 4 1 Challenge Tour win; 20th in the Challenge Tour rankings
T22 Spain Pedro Oriol 8 2
T22 Australia Wade Ormsby 131 67
T26 Spain Manuel Quirós 44 21
T26 Spain Sebi García 8 2
T26 Scotland Elliot Saltman 1 0 Brother of Lloyd Saltman; received three-month ban in January 2011 for a rules breach at a 2010 Challenge Tour tournament
T26 Norway Eirik Tage Johansen 58 21
T26 France François Delamontagne 192 92
T26 Austria Markus Brier 298 164 2 European Tour wins, 2 Challenge Tour wins
T26 Spain Borja Etchart 4 0
T26 England Steven Tiley 5 3
T26 Finland Roope Kakko 31 15 1 Challenge Tour win

     2011 European Tour rookie

2011 Results[edit]

Player Starts Cuts
made
Best
finish
Money list
rank
Earnings (€)
England Simon Wakefield 24 13 2 122 226,795
Spain Carlos del Moral 27 18 T5 112 262,965
Finland Mikko Korhonen* 22 12 T16 166 113,821
England Adam Gee* 7 3 T41 n/a 17,960
South Africa Jaco van Zyl* 23 17 T2 50 611,280
Germany Florian Fritsch* 18 10 T8 156 138,424
Wales Liam Bond* 22 7 T14 191 60,671
Denmark Andreas Hartø* 20 6 T14 194 57,334
France Romain Wattel* 28 16 T5 90 337,476
Wales Stuart Manley 22 9 12 185 68,639
Scotland Lloyd Saltman* 25 18 T4 133 195,965
Netherlands Tim Sluiter* 21 11 T16 176 88,689
Sweden Joakim Haeggman 22 5 T20 219 32,975
South Africa Shaun Norris* 19 4 T8 220 31,479
France Victor Dubuisson* 20 15 T5 106 285,401
United States Jason Knutzon* 21 11 T17 179 152,931
Denmark Thomas Nørret* 22 13 4 155 138,438
England Matthew Nixon* 24 6 T11 183 75,314
South Africa George Coetzee 28 20 T2 26 913,128
England Steve Lewton* 21 8 T27 209 42,617
Spain Alfredo García-Heredia 17 8 T23 184 70,280
Sweden Fredrik Ohlsson 14 2 T26 261 12,600
France Alexandre Kaleka* 26 10 T5 159 128,735
Spain Pedro Oriol* 17 4 T16 229 28,070
Australia Wade Ormsby 21 10 T20 182 77,020
Spain Manuel Quirós 21 5 T2 164 116,177
Spain Sebi García* 13 6 T10 211 41,551
Scotland Elliot Saltman* 17 4 T12 198 55,776
Norway Eirik Tage Johansen 17 6 T8 212 41,110
France François Delamontagne 6 5 T20 n/a 38,480
Austria Markus Brier 25 11 T3 116 258,513
Spain Borja Etchart* 10 4 24 242 20,310
England Steven Tiley* 9 4 T9 n/a 36,232
Finland Roope Kakko* 6 3 T16 n/a 16,512

* European Tour rookie in 2011
T = Tied
     The player retained his European Tour card for 2012 (finished inside the top 118).
     The player did not retain his European Tour Tour card for 2012, but retained conditional status (finished between 119-150).
     The player did not retain his European Tour card for 2012 (finished outside the top 150).

Sluiter, Nørret, and Nixon regained their cards for 2012 through Q School.

Runners-up on the European Tour in 2011[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winner Winning score Runner-up score
1 9 Jan Spain Manuel Quirós
lost in three-man playoff
Africa Open South Africa Louis Oosthuizen −16 (70-67-69-70=276) −16 (71-68-68-69=276)
2 3 Apr South Africa Jaco van Zyl
lost in three-man playoff
Trophée Hassan II England David Horsey −13 (67-71-67-69=274) −13 (68-73-65-68=274)
3 28 Aug South Africa George Coetzee
lost in five-man playoff
Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles Denmark Thomas Bjørn −11 (68-69-71-69=277) −11 (77-66-67-67=277)
4 25 Sep England Simon Wakefield
lost in playoff
Austrian Golf Open England Kenneth Ferrie −12 (72-70-67-67=276) −12 (73-66-70-67=276)

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