2012 European Tour Qualifying School graduates

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This is a list of the 28 players who earned their 2013 European Tour card through Q School in 2012.[1][2]

# Player European Tour
starts
Cuts
made
Notes
1 England John Parry 79 40 1 European Tour win
2 Sweden Mikael Lundberg 237 110 2 European Tour wins
3 England Andy Sullivan 26 10
T4 Argentina Estanislao Goya 115 63 1 European Tour win
T4 Finland Peter Erofejeff 0 0
T4 Germany Moritz Lampert 2 0
T7 Australia Daniel Gaunt 71 26 1 Challenge Tour win
T7 England Matthew Southgate 15 5
T9 Spain Eduardo de la Riva 43 15 1 Challenge Tour win
T9 England Richard McEvoy 193 79 1 Challenge Tour win
T9 England Matthew Nixon 38 11
T9 France Anthony Snobeck 39 12 2 Challenge Tour wins
T9 Finland Mikko Korhonen 31 17
T14 Italy Matteo Delpodio 4 2
T14 Sweden Björn Åkesson 6 3
T16 England Chris Lloyd 6 3
T16 Sweden Michael Jonzon 380 174 2 European Tour wins
T16 Republic of Ireland David Higgins 182 83 3 Challenge Tour wins
T16 Denmark Morten Ørum Madsen 4 2 19th in the Challenge Tour rankings
T20 England Sam Little 232 103 5 Challenge Tour wins
T20 Scotland Callum Macaulay 43 20
T20 Sweden Oscar Florén 62 26 1 Challenge Tour win
T20 Sweden Joakim Lagergren 23 10
T24 France Alexander Lévy 2 0
T24 Australia Scott Arnold 10 1 1 PGA Tour of Australasia win
T24 Denmark Lasse Jensen 10 4
T24 Spain Carlos del Moral 112 57 2 Challenge Tour wins
T24 Scotland Gary Orr 468 326 2 European Tour wins

     2013 European Tour rookie

2013 Results[edit]

Player Starts Cuts
made
Best
finish
Money list
rank
Earnings (€)
England John Parry 24 12 T4 77 388,415
Sweden Mikael Lundberg 23 9 T15 168 69,389
England Andy Sullivan 26 13 T3 98 279,999
Argentina Estanislao Goya 22 10 T14 174 63,149
Finland Peter Erofejeff* 18 5 T59 230 14,970
Germany Moritz Lampert* 22 4 T27 184 45,251
Australia Daniel Gaunt 15 5 T10 200 32,698
England Matthew Southgate 20 9 T8 175 62,367
Spain Eduardo de la Riva 27 17 T2 58 593,361
England Richard McEvoy 22 10 T15 150 108,223
England Matthew Nixon 26 14 T2 105 252,179
France Anthony Snobeck 21 12 T28 163 86,141
Finland Mikko Korhonen 16 15 T8 124 187,399
Italy Matteo Delpodio* 26 11 T8 143 118,253
Sweden Björn Åkesson* 25 9 T5 142 125,117
England Chris Lloyd* 23 11 T5 153 103,396
Sweden Michael Jonzon 16 6 T11 179 55,693
Republic of Ireland David Higgins 22 12 T2 115 215,356
Denmark Morten Ørum Madsen* 23 15 T2 81 357,417
England Sam Little 22 10 T8 165 77,804
Scotland Callum Macaulay 20 5 T27 191 39,125
Sweden Oscar Florén 22 12 T24 151 104,474
Sweden Joakim Lagergren 20 12 T17 144 117,522
France Alexander Lévy* 24 10 3 109 240,540
Australia Scott Arnold* 16 5 T39 221 20,763
Denmark Lasse Jensen* 20 8 T12 171 64,128
Spain Carlos del Moral 16 4 T14 222 20,161
Scotland Gary Orr 9 5 T10 n/a 31,796

* European Tour rookie in 2013
T = Tied
     The player retained his European Tour card for 2014 (finished inside the top 110).
     The player did not retain his European Tour card for 2014, but retained conditional status (finished between 111–145).
     The player did not retain his European Tour card for 2014 (finished outside the top 145).

Lundberg, Goya, Korhonen, and del Moral regained their cards for 2014 through Q School.

Runners-up on the European Tour in 2013[edit]

No Qualifying School graduates won on the European Tour in 2013; however, Peter Uihlein and Jin Jeong, both of whom missed the cut at Q School, won at the Madeira Islands Open - Portugal - BPI and the ISPS Handa Perth International, respectively. Uihlein finished 14th in the Race to Dubai and was named Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year.

No. Date Player Tournament Winner Winning score Runner-up score
1 9 Dec 2012 Spain Eduardo de la Riva
lost in three-man playoff
The Nelson Mandela Championship Scotland Scott Jamieson –7 (66-57=123) –7 (62-61=123)
2 19 May Denmark Morten Ørum Madsen Madeira Islands Open United States Peter Uihlein –15 (72-64-69-68=273) –13 (72-69-67-67=275)
3 28 Jul England Matthew Nixon M2M Russian Open Northern Ireland Michael Hoey –16 (70-67-65-70=272) –12 (69-70-68-69=276)
4 22 Sep Republic of Ireland David Higgins Italian Open Lindt France Julien Quesne –12 (70-68-71-67=276) –11 (67-69-73-68=277)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Impressive Parry romps to Q-School win". PGA European Tour. 29 November 2012. Retrieved 4 December 2012. 
  2. ^ "Facts and figures about the 2012 Q-School graduates". PGA European Tour. 29 November 2012. Retrieved 4 December 2012. 

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