The top 28 players from Terre dei Consoli GC are promoted into the 2023 Q-School Finals.
Italy, November 11th 2023– At 8:30 am local time this morning, the 1st Stage Qualifier held at Terre dei Consoli Golf Club was resumed after it was suspended yesterday at 5:20 pm local time due to darkness. A total of 71 players were competing to earn one of the 28 spots that were up for grabs which would allow them to earn a spot in the 2023 Alps Tour Qualifying School Finals.
The Q-School Finals will take place at Golf Nazionale and Olgiata Golf Club in Northern Rome from November 15th-17th. The best-ranked players at the conclusion of next week’s event can earn playing status for the 2024 season on the Alps Tour.
Stage 1 Qualifier at Terre dei Consoli Golf Club
Round 1 leader, Scotland’s John Paterson, alongside Spanish amateur Jaime Jaume Julve concluded the Stage 1 Qualifier played at Terre dei Consoli Golf Club in a two-way tie for 1st place with a two-day total of 6 under-par (138). Only one stroke back, a three-way tie for 3rd place with: England’s Charlie Thornton, France’s Romain Lanteri, and Spain’s Mario Garcia Garoz.
At the conclusion of the final round, the top-ranked 28 players in the overall leaderboard qualified for the 2023 Alps Tour Q-School Finals that will be played in Northern Rome next week.
As there was a tie for the last available spot and the 3 alternates, a playoff occurred to determine who would qualify. After the playoff, Spain’s Manuel Ballesteros earned the last available spot in the 2023 Alps Tour Q-School Finals field. The three alternates are: France’s Gregoire Luck, who is the 1st alternate, Pierre Rabassa from France is the 4th alternate and Netherland’s Charles Weis is the 7th alternate.
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