Reasons to play the 2020 PGA EuroPro Tour season

Reasons to play the 2020 PGA EuroPro Tour season

March 5th, 2020

Membership closes for the PGA EuroPro Tour season in less than two weeks (March 16, 2020) so it’s time to join up just in time for Qualifying School which gets underway in the not too distant future. 

The PGA EuroPro Tour is Europe’s leading developmental golf tour with the biggest prize pot and TV coverage with over £850,000 on offer across the season and over 500 million homes being able to watch the Tour. 

Past Players

Past players have gone on to play at the highest level of the professional game. Our list of former players include 

Louis Oosthuizen, Tommy Fleetwood, Nicolas Colsaerts, Ross Fisher, Charl Schwartzel, and Tyrrell Hatton to name a few. 

Last year, we had 12 players move up to the European Tour and Challenge Tour respectively direct from the PGA EuroPro Tour. 

Play the UK and Ireland this summer

The 2020 schedule is one of the strongest to date with former European Tour venue Clandeboye Golf Club joining the schedule along with Castletown Links, Leven Links, and Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa. A full list can be found here.

Qualifying School 

Qualifying School is important if you’re new to the Tour or want to improve on your category from seasons gone by. The first stage will take place from April 1, to April 2 with membership closing shortly. A non-exempt membership fee costs £445 and includes entry to all stages of Qualifying School.  

First Stage
The second stage will follow shortly after the first stage from April 15 to April 17, 2020, with the opening rounds played across The Oxfordshire and Studley Wood Golf Club before a final round at the latter.

Second Stage

Challenge Tour spots

The top five golfers on the Final Order of Merit will be awarded cards for the 2020 Challenge Tour season.


The winner of each individual event will receive £10,000 from a total prize fund of approximately £50,000. Every golfer who makes the cut at an event will receive prize money. Tour Championships sees prize money increase to £100,000.

Tour Championships

Tour Championships will be heading to Bulgaria for the first time over four days with two rounds at both the brilliant BlackSeaRama Golf & Villas Resort and Lighthouse Golf & Spa Resort.

Do I need to be a professional? 

No. All professional golfers, as well as amateur golfers with a playing handicap of two or better (as recognised by their respective CONGU or Federation Handicapping Scheme), can enter PGA EuroPro Tour Qualifying School.

It’s not a breach of the Rules of Amateur Status, as approved by the R&A Rules Ltd, for an amateur golfer to file an entry for, and play in, any stage of PGA EuroPro Tour Qualifying School provided that, in advance of play, and in writing, he waives his right to any prize money in the competition.

Amateurs who enter Qualifying School and retain their Amateur Status during the event will have the option to either keep their respective category and become a Professional or retain their Amateur Status and forfeit their PGA EuroPro Tour membership. 


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