Another three Australians will join the 2016 PGA Tour China after finishing in the top-15 at the second qualifying school last week.
Another three Australians will join the2016 PGA Tour China after finishing in the top-15 at the second qualifying school last week.
Do Eun An, Jake Stirling and Taylor Cooper all earned full playing privileges while first round leader Jake Higginbottom struggled after opening with a brilliant 64 to finish outside the top-15.
The former New Zealand Open winner tumbled down the leader board over the final three rounds to eventually finish T20, good enough only for conditional status in 2016.
Taylor Cooper was one of four players who started the final round outside the top-15 but played his way in courtesy of a 2-under-par 70 in difficult conditions.
Seven Australians teed up at the four-day qualifier with Dylan Stollery, Brenton Parrish and Ryan Laird all finishing well down the standings.
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