Deyen Lawson shot three rounds of 65 in Spain this week.
Geelong & # 39; s Deyen Lawson leads three Australians who have evolved to the last stage of the qualifying school of the European Tour
Lawson, formerly a PGA of Australia trainee at Curlewis Golf Club, shot his third 65th test in qualifying at the Desert Springs Golf Club in Almeria, Spain, today.
His 21 under total was not only good enough to win that location, but also the lowest total at all four locations.
Lawson, who recently completed T28 on his full European Tour debut at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, will be joined in the final of 10-15 November by fellow Geelong golfer Ben Eccles and Nick Cullen from Adelaide, who are both in the same location advanced
Cullen played four consistent rounds to split in fifth place, while Eccles got 10th at 11 under despite opening 73.
Brett Rankin just missed the participation in the 95 second stage qualifiers that finish at five, while Las Colinas Bryden Macpherson retired after three rounds.
The final of the Q-school is played at Lumine Golf Club with a field of 156 strong players with 61 exempted players.
Meanwhile, Brett Coletta has continued in Melbourne through the second phase of the Web.Com Tour Q. in Murrieta, California.
Coletta, who already has his Mackenzie Tour card in Canada next year, has been relaxed in the final of 6-9 December in Arizona with a fifth place in the first of five tournaments to use the field of the decision-maker.
Perth-amateur Min Woo Lee, who will play at TPC Craig Ranch this week in McKinney, Texas, is the only other Australian in this qualifying stage.