CaddiePlayer Tour Card Insurance 2015

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EuropeanTOUR GRADUATES Optimize your chances to retain Card

How many Qualifying School Graduates normally retain their ‘Tour Cards’?
Since 2005 the highest number of players retaining their cards has been 12 and the lowest has been 5.  

How to retain European Tour Card for the following season?
You will need to earn enough money to finish in the top 110 of the Race to Dubai (European Tour Order of Merit) or win a tournament.  In 2014 the 110th placed player Wall Anthony on the Race to Dubai earned €235.231.

How to apply for the CaddiePlayerTourCardInsurance?
Any Players* who got his 2015 European Tour Card through Top 15 Challenge Tour order of Merit or Qualifying School are eligible to apply by sending an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What benefit will I get from CaddiePlayerTourCardInsurance?
CaddiePlayer Researcher/Founder Stéphane Barras and his team will assist* the player and his team (coaches and caddie) to optimize his chance to retain his 2016 tour card. If not will compensate his 2016 TourSchool fees*

  • The CaddiePlayer Tour Card Insurance is a new service from
  • In 2015 this Insurance will be eligible to all* EuropeanTour 2015 Graduates


Players Eligible for the CaddiePlayerTourCardInsurance


Andrew JOHNSTON, Benjamin HEBERT, Byeong-hun AN, Moritz LAMPERT, Mark TULLO, Sam HUTSBY, Jordi GARCIA PINTO, Jason PALMER, Michael LORENZO-VERA, Edouard ESPANA, Oliver FARR, Florian FRITSCH, Jérôme LANDO CASANOVA, Jake ROOS, Jason BARNES, KORHONEN Mikko, GONZALEZ Ricardo, PARATORE Renato, FORD Matt, OTAEGUI Adrian, PARRY John, DE LA RIVA Eduardo, MCEVOY Richard, KARLBERG Rikard, DODT Andrew, FITZPATRICK Matthew, KOFSTAD Espen, MADDY Paul, MURRAY Tom, LLOYD Chris, LAGERGREN Joakim, LAHIRI Anirban, SCRIVENER Jason, VIRTO Borja, ORIOL Pedro, EDBERG Pelle, PAISLEY Chris, PAVAN Andrea, JENSEN Lasse, TADINI Alessandro, WOLTMAN Daniel, BOUNIOL Cyril.


*Conditions apply

Caddie = Putting Assistant @TourSchool 2015

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                                             Tour School 2015, Girona - PGA Catalunya - Akesson Borthers as Caddie and Player - Photo by Getty Image


Two to tango for Akesson Brothers in Girona, by European Tour

Bjorn Åkesson revealed that it took two to tango on the dancefloors at PGA Catalunya Resort after the Swede put his brother’s green-reading prowess to full use on the way to a sublime seven under par 63 over the Tour Course on day three of The European Tour’s Qualifying School Final Stage. The 25 year old successfully negotiated his way through the six-round marathon back in 2012 but struggled to a two over par over 72 in his opening round over the easier Tour Course before staging an impressive comeback. A superb four under 68 on the more difficult par-72 Stadium Course followed before he made good on the more open par-70 lay-out to move to nine under for the tournament but he revealed that much of his success was down to his brother and caddie for the week, Gustav.

“The first round I putted terribly so my little brother Gustav is now aiming me in the right direction and I just hit it,” said the Malmo man, who is attached to the same Barseback Golf and Country Club as Henrik Stenson. “He’s on the bag so we read the greens together and then he just tells me where he thinks I should hit it and everything has been close, so he’s been really good. “It has definitely been a team effort.


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