It will be interesting how many tournaments the Europeans will
eventually play in Asia because there’s plenty of money over there. Jeev Milkha Singh leads their money list with $1.4 million – that’s a
good living in anyone’s language.

There was another cut after day four with only the top 80 going through
to the final round.  Sixteen of the original 22 Europeans who took the
field at the start of the event will play all five rounds.  Also teeing
it up for a chance full exemption on the Asian Tour are Mark Mouland,
Steve Parry, Chris Roake, Emanuele Canonica, Paul Grannell, Ross Bain,
Yasin Ali and Craig Smith.

The top 40 players and ties will get a Tour Card after the final round tomorrow.

Ross Biddiscombe
is the author of Golf On The Edge: Triumphs & Tragedies Of Q School

Where next?

Asian Tour Q School: Review day one, day two and day three