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Q-School Agony Awaits Tour Stars
Peter Lawrie was dancing like a madman after guaranteeing his Tour status for next season in the final round of the ISPS Perth International.
The Irishman’s two-under-par, 70 was enough to tie him for 18th and shift him within the top 110 places in the Race to Dubai, who automatically retains their status.
“I'm just glad it's over to be totally honest with you,” said Lawrie. “I've never felt so much pressure in my life as I have the last eight weeks. You can't sleep, can't eat properly, it's just horrendous. I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.
“Hopefully I’ll fly home and probably sleep for a change. Go home and be with the family and stop being grumpy. I've been that soldier for the last while so it will be nice to not have to worry for a while.”
It wasn’t such a jubilant end for tour winners Richard Finch, Fredrik Andersson Hed, Peter Hedblom, Oliver Fisher and Joel Sjoholm, who will all be making the trip to the PGA Catalunya for Qualifying School in November.