15th December 2013 | Alps Tour Golf

Ready for the final in La Cala

England's Jack Senior, has chosen the Alps Tour to try to go back on Challenge Tour. The Q School Final will start on Monday.

England’s Jack Senior – Getty Images

The Alps Tour Q School Final is to be launched on Monday for the 144 player field. Young golfers will challenge experimented ones to try to be in the top 35 and obtain full category to play 2014 season.

England’s Jack Senior is one of the known names this week. Senior was in the winning team in the 2011 Walker Cup. He had obtained his card on the Alps Tour in december 2011 to play with success the 2012 season. Unfortunately his results in 2013 ranked him lower than 120th on the Challenge Tour and he decided to come back on Alps Tour.

“I planed to play the Alps Tour in Febuary and March before the Challenge Tour season starts. I will have 7 invits on the upper circuit and we will see what happens.”

Same story for Scotland’s Ross Kellett who got graduate last year.

Italy’s Andrea Perrino won the Alps Tour ranking in 2009 after two wins during his golden year. He had two good seasons on the Challenge Tour but in 2013, he finished 112th at the final ranking. He will enter few tournaments on the Challenge Tour but as 2014 is a Ryder Cup year, everyone is concerned. More players on European Tour to try to be in the team, so less spots for the Q School graduate players and so and so until the Alps Tour.

The first two rounds of the Q School final in La Cala are played on both courses America and Asia. Then the final round will take place on Asia. Top 35 and ties will have category 6 to play and below until 65 and ties category 8.

From La Cala Resort
Agathe Séron

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