Three Triumph at EuroPro Q School 2022
The spoils were shared three ways at EuroPro Tour Q School 2022, after Thomas Thurloway, Rhys Nevin and Ross Cameron shared the victory by one shot at Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa.
Thurloway finished his tournament in fine fashion, posting 65 to supplement his two previous rounds of 67s - which included two eagles during his third and final round.
He is the former English Amateur champion and he featured in a regular EuroPro Tour event last season, finishing T14 at Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate.
Nevin’s second round performance of 61 was the best of the week and while he didn’t quite have the same scoring potential on his final round with a 70 (-1) the work was effectively done with his tremendous second day.
He is the Walton Heath Trophy victor and he will head to the professional ranks in excellent form, having sat on top of a very competitive field during Q School.
Cameron was consistent from start to finish and his three fine displays - 68, 65, 66 - have ensured him full playing rights for next season on the EuroPro Tour.
Laurie Owen has secured 4th place thanks to a seven-under round of 64 which was the best of the week for himself.
Ryan Cornfield occupies 4th position alongside Owen, displaying his consistency with three rounds in the sixties - 65, 68, 67.
Connor Stovell was flying the flag for his nation of South Africa and he finished within the confines of the top 10 at T6 with Sam Crowther.
Stovell came in for 31 with an excellent birdie at 10 which was swiftly supported with an eagle at 12 before two further birdies at 13 and 14 allowed the South African to finish strongly.
Crowther built on his second round 63 with an impressive 68 while Lewis Hirst finished solo eighth at -12 with a colourful back nine that featured five birdies and two bogeys.
The final golfers to hold a position in the top 10 were Robin Williams, Stuart Easton, Ryan Brooks and Tom Higson, who all tied at 11-under-par.
Williams carded a blemish-free 64 whilst Easton was the highest placed amateur with excellent rounds of 69, 66 and 68.
Both Brooks and Higson finished in slightly disappointing fashion, failing to capitalise on promising starts, both concluding with a 70 and -1 for their final outing.
The 2022 schedule is due to be announced soon, however, there are five Challenge Tour cards up for grabs at the imminent Tour Championship.
The top 80 of the seasonal leaderboard travel to Slaley Hall on October 20 for the current season’s final event, where the top five in the Order of Merit will progress to the Challenge Tour.
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