2016 European Tour Q-school: 30 players earned European Tour cards
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2016 European Tour Q-school: 30 players earned European Tour cards


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The 2016 European Tour Q-school was held again at the PGA Catalunya Resort in Spain, with six rounds to decide the 30 players who would earn cards for the 2016-17 season.

In the end, it was Nathan Kimsey who was medalist, winning at 13 under par in the 108-hole event. Ricardo Gonzalez and Scott Henry were second at 12 under par.



Some household names to get cards: Edoardo Molinari, Eddie Pepperell, 2009 PGA champion Y.E. Yang, Tom Lewis.

Among those who didn't: Austin Connelly, Michael Hoey, Zander Lombard, Garrick Porteous, Simon Khan, Roope Kakko, Rhys Davies, Estanislao Goya, Alvaro Quiros, Chase Koepka and Garty Mulroy.

2016 European Tour Q-school results, leaderboard, prize money payouts

1. Nathan Kimsey -- -13 (€16,000)

2. Ricardo Gonzalez -- -12 (€9,233)


3. Scott Henry -- -12 (€9,233)

4. Edoardo Molinari -- -12 (€9,233)

5. Steven Tiley -- -10 (€5,040)

6. Jens Fahrbring -- -10 (€5,040)

7. Anton Karlsson -- -10 (€5,040)

8. Eddie Pepperell -- -10 (€5,040)

9. John Parry -- -9 (€4,075)

10. Matthew Nixon -- -9 (€4,075)

11. Rafa Echeniue -- -8 (€3,370)

12. Sebastian Soderberg -- -8 (€3,370)

13. Paul Maddy -- -8 (€3,370)

14. Y.E. Yang -- -8 (€3,370)

15. Tom Lewis -- -8 (€3,370)

16. Stuart Manley -- -7 (€2,703)

17. Ashley Chesters -- -7 (€2,703)

18. Jeff Winther -- -7 (€2,703)

19. Sebastian Heisele -- -6 (€2,163)

20. Laurie Canter -- -6 (€2,163)

21. Pontus Widegren -- -6 (€2,163)

22. Richard S. Johnson -6 (€2,163)

23. Mark Foster -- -6 (€2,163)

24. Max Orrin -- -6 (€2,163)

25. Gary King -- -5 (€1,860)

26. Jaco Ahlers -- -5 (€1,860)

27. Espen Kofstad -- -5 (€1,860)

28. Jamie Rutherford -- -5 (€1,860)

29. Niclas Johansson -- -5 (€1,860)

30. Richard Mcevoy -- -5 (€1,860)

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