Scott Gregory secures place on European Tour
Scott Gregory will play on the European Tour for the first time in his career next season.
The Waterlooville golfer finished inside the top 25 on the final Q School leaderboard - ensuring he will compete alongside the sport's best in 2019.
Gregory, who competed at the US Open earlier this year and last year's Masters, shot a two-under par 69 on his final round at Spain's Lumine Golf Club to end the competition 12th overall.
The Corhampton Golf Club ace postedÂ a 19-under (409) score for his six rounds of competition.
Gregory took to Twitter after securing his place on the European Tour.
Posting on his official account, @ScottGregory5, he said: '˜For the people who said I should learn my trade at the Tower Bridge.. I'll learn it on the European Tour if that's okay?
The 24-year-old was the highest-placed English player on the card, ending six places above Daniel Gavins - who also secured his spot on the European Tour.
Spain's Alejandro Canizares was the overall winner, scoring 24-under.