The DP World Tour Qualifying School Final will return to INFINITUM in 2022, following the signing of a three-year agreement, until 2024, by the impressive Tarragona resort, having successfully hosted this event from 2017 to 2019.
The final qualifying phase is the last chance for hopefuls to win their playing rights on the DP World Tour for the 2023 season and will be played on INFINITUM’s two 18-hole courses, Hills and Lakes, the latter of which hosts this week the ISPS Handa Championship in Spain.
Qualifying for the DP World Tour will open with Phase One in September and early October 2022, with Phase Two running from November 3-6. The three-stage competition culminates at INFINITUM from November 11-16, where 156 players will compete across six rounds in an attempt to achieve their dreams on the DP World Tour.
The qualifying finals were first played at INFINITUM -formerly called Lumine- in 2017, where England’s Sam Horsfield emerged victorious to reclaim his Tour card alongside 32 other players.
A year later, the Spanish Alejandro Cañizares and the South African Zander Lombard headed the list of 27 players who won their gaming rights. Denmark’s Benjamin Poke led the rankings in 2019 – with 27 others joining him in the rankings – before the Covid-19 pandemic forced the event to be postponed.
“It is a tournament that changes your life, which is played on two great fields. In it you play your card and I suppose your future,” Poke said. “I was feeling good and my game was in shape when I played here and won in 2019 – and of course I have nothing but great memories of my time at INFINITUM”