Alps Tour

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Alps Tour
Current season, competition or edition:
Current sports event 2018 Alps Tour
Sport Golf
Founded 2001
Countries Based in Continental Europe.
Current schedule includes tournaments in Egypt and Guadeloupe.
Official website

The Alps Tour is a developmental professional golf tour for men which is sanctioned by the national golf associations of France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland and Morocco. Established in 2001, it is a third level tour, the highest level of men's golf in Europe being the European Tour, and the second level being the Challenge Tour. Other third level tours in Europe include the United Kingdom-based PGA EuroPro Tour, the Germany-based Pro Golf Tour, and the Nordic League in the Nordic countries. Beginning in July 2015, the four third-level tours will carry Official World Golf Ranking points.[1]

Like the other third-tier European tours, the top ten players on the Order of Merit are exempt through the second stage of European Tour Qualifying School, and the top five win playing privileges on the Challenge Tour.

Alumni who have gone on to win on the European Tour include Matt Wallace, Marco Crespi, and Julien Quesne.

Order of Merit winners[edit]

Year Player Country Points
2017 Adriá Arnaus  Spain 26,213.80
2016 Matt Wallace  England 49,703.17
2015 Darius van Driel  Netherlands 35,859.57
2014 Nino Bertasio  Italy 31,994.20
2013 Jason Palmer  England 36,660.30
2012 Gareth Shaw  Northern Ireland 34,545.37
2011 Guillaume Cambis  France 30,123.83
2010 Matteo Delpodio  Italy 44,631.61
2009 Andrea Perrino  Italy 48,285.33
2008 Julien Grillon  France 31,045.40
2007 Julien Quesne  France 37,715.66
2006 François Calmels  France 32,817.50
2005 Cédric Menut  France 28,334.80
2004 Andrea Maestroni  Italy 28,334.80
2003 Emmanuele Lattanzi  Italy 25,856.88
2002 Alessandro Napoleoni  Italy
2001 Stefano Reale  Italy


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