EuroPro Tour Q-School date moved forward due to demand

by | Jul 22, 2020 | 0 comments

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Q School at Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate for the 2021 PGA EuroPro Tour season has been moved forward to the last week of September

The Tour will return in September 2020 with Qualifying School for the 2021 season with the UK’s biggest golf tour going bigger and better with an increased prize fund of over €1-million.

The first place for an event has now increased to £12,500 per tournament with the winner at Tour Championships now receiving £25,000. To add to this, membership and entry fees have been frozen.

The EuroPro Tour has been proud to welcome both male and female golfers since its beginning in 2002 offering direct access to the European Challenge Tour. The Tour brings results with the strongest alumnus list in professional golf from Louis Oosthuizen, Tyrrell Hatton, Tommy Fleetwood, and Nicolas Colsaerts to Eddie Pepperell. Clandeboye’s Jonathan Caldwell leapfrogged his way from the EuroPro Tour to the main stage of European Tour golf via Q-School last year.

An Official Satellite tour to the European Tour, the PGA EuroPro Tour offers direct access to the European Challenge Tour and will put on an initial five first stage tournaments at the following venues. Q School entry is open today. (July 2, 2020)

First Stage – (29th and 30th September) 

Mannings Heath Golf & Wine Estate | Enter Here

First Stage – (30th September and 1st October)
Formby Hall Golf Club |Enter Here  

First Stage – (6th, 7th October)
Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa | Enter Here
The Players Club | Enter Here
Donnington Grove | Enter Here

Second Stage (14th – 16th October 2020)
Studley Wood Golf Club | Enter Here
The Oxfordshire Golf Club | Enter Here

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