The second stage of the European Tour Q-School at the Las Colinas Golf and Country Club has been won by Dutchman Tim Sluiter this weekend.
Sluiter took control of the event after an incredible run of birdies on the back nine of his third round.
Level par for the day after the first 11 holes, Sluiter produced five birdies in the closing seven holes to move to 13-under-par.
The late move from Sluiter meant he propelled himself into a two shot advantage over England’s Ben Evans going into the final round.
Sluiter held on to finish on a total of 16-under-par to seal the victory from Evans by two strokes.
England’s Benn Barham continued his remarkable comeback from kidney cancer by finishing in fourth place to progress to the final stage at PGA Catalunya.
Others to qualify included South African Warren Abery, Frenchman Baptiste Chapellan, England’s Paul Dwyer and Denmark’s Morten Orum Madsen.
Being played at the Las Colinas Golf and Country Club in Spain, it was one of four Q-school events being played in Spain this week.
For the Final Qualifying Stage, the field will be made up of 76 exempt players and 80 qualifiers with 20 spots being available from each of the four qualifying venues from this weekend.