2018 European Challenge Tour: 15 money leaders who earned European Tour cards
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2018 European Challenge Tour: 15 money leaders who earned European Tour cards


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The 2018 European Challenge Tour season ended on Saturday with the season-ending Ras Al Khaimah Challenge Tour Grand Final, played at Al Hamra Golf Club in the United Arab Emirates.

At the end of the tournament, won by Adri Arnaus, the top 15 players on the 2018 money list earned European Tour cards for next season.



Joachim B. Hansen led the way on the money list, earning 220,320 points (or Euros) on the schedule. Arnaus finished second on the money list at 205,836 points.

Four Scots earned cards, leading the way for countries, followed by Finland with two players. American Sean Crocker moved on with an 11th-place finish on the money list, giving the 22-year-old University of South Carolina product a chance to play on the European Tour full-time in 2019.

2018 European Challenge Tour: 15 money leaders who earned European Tour cards

  • 1. Joachim B. Hansen -- 222,320
  • 2. Adri Arnaus -- 205,836
  • 3. Victor Perez -- 194,236
  • 4. Kalle Samooja -- 140,243
  • 5. Sebastian Soderberg -- 140,167
  • 6. Jack Singh Brar -- 128,582
  • 7. Grant Forrest -- 127,502
  • 8. Kim Koivu -- 126,673
  • 9. Stuart Manley -- 120,258
  • 10. Liam Johnston -- 119,169
  • 11. Sean Crocker -- 115,074
  • 12. Robert Macintyre -- 114,368
  • 13. Lorenzo Gagli -- 113,893
  • 14. David Law -- 108,107
  • 15. Pedro Figueiredo -- 94,340


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