2018 European Tour Qualifying School graduates

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This is a list of the 27 players who earned 2019 European Tour cards through Q School in 2018.[1][2]

# Player European Tour
starts
Cuts
made
Notes
T1 Spain Alejandro Cañizares 294 194 2 European Tour wins
T1 South Africa Zander Lombard 68 26 1 Sunshine Tour win
T3 Denmark Jeff Winther 67 32
T3 United States Kurt Kitayama 1 1
5 France Romain Langasque 40 18 1 Challenge Tour win; Won 2015 Amateur Championship
T6 Sweden Niklas Lemke 27 8
T6 Germany Bernd Ritthammer 80 26 3 Challenge Tour wins
T6 France Clément Sordet 36 15 4 Challenge Tour wins
T9 Spain Iván Cantero 2 0
T9 Sweden Anton Karlsson 16 5
T11 Japan Masahiro Kawamura 30 17 1 Japan Golf Tour win
T11 England Scott Gregory 7 1 Won 2016 Amateur Championship
T13 South Africa Louis de Jager 49 23 4 Sunshine Tour wins
T13 Sweden Per Langfors 1 0
T13 Italy Guido Migliozzi 6 1
T13 Australia Nick Cullen 39 25 2 PGA Tour of Australasia wins
T13 Australia Deyen Lawson 9 5
T13 England Daniel Gavins 18 4
19 Scotland Marc Warren 368 205 3 European Tour wins
T20 Italy Filippo Bergamaschi 13 2 2 Challenge Tour wins
T20 Norway Kristian Johannessen 5 4
T20 Chile Hugo León 5 2
T20 Republic of Ireland Gavin Moynihan 20 5
T20 Germany Max Schmitt 3 1
T20 Spain David Borda 0 0
T20 Norway Kristoffer Reitan 2 0
T20 England Ben Evans 100 44

     2019 European Tour rookie
     First-time member ineligible for Rookie of the Year award

Winners on the European Tour in 2019[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winning score Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up
1 2 Dec 2018 United States Kurt Kitayama AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open −20 (65-65-70-68=268) 2 strokes India S. Chikkarangappa
France Matthieu Pavon
2 3 Mar United States Kurt Kitayama (2) Oman Open −7 (66-74-71-70=281) 1 stroke Spain Jorge Campillo
Germany Maximilian Kieffer
France Clément Sordet
Paraguay Fabrizio Zanotti
3 17 Mar Italy Guido Migliozzi Magical Kenya Open −16 (67-68-64-69=268) 1 stroke Spain Adri Arnaus
South Africa Louis de Jager
South Africa Justin Harding
4 2 Jun Italy Guido Migliozzi (2) Belgian Knockout −3 4 strokes Netherlands Darius van Driel

Runners-up on the European Tour in 2019[edit]

No. Date Player Tournament Winner Winning score Runner-up score
1 9 Dec 2018 France Romain Langasque South African Open South Africa Louis Oosthuizen −18 (62-70-67-67=266) −12 (69-68-69-66=272)
2 3 Mar France Clément Sordet Oman Open United States Kurt Kitayama −7 (66-74-71-70=281) −6 (71-71-70-70=282)
3 10 Mar Sweden Anton Karlsson Commercial Bank Qatar Masters South Africa Justin Harding −13 (68-68-73-66=275) −11 (72-66-70-69=277)
4 17 Mar South Africa Louis de Jager Magical Kenya Open Italy Guido Migliozzi −16 (67-68-64-69=268) −15 (64-66-70-69=269)
5 31 Mar Japan Masahiro Kawamura Hero Indian Open Scotland Stephen Gallacher −9 (67-74-67-71=279) −8 (69-70-68-73=280)
6 8 Sep Germany Bernd Ritthammer Porsche European Open England Paul Casey −14 (66-73-69-66=274) −13 (71-66-70-68=275)
7 11 Nov United States Kurt Kitayama Turkish Airlines Open England Tyrrell Hatton −20 (68-68-65-67=268) −20 (69-68-67-64=268)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Lombard and Cañizares share top prize as 27 graduate to European Tour". PGA European Tour. 15 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Final Qualifying Stage – Leaderboard". PGA European Tour. Retrieved 15 November 2018.

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