Lucas Herbert has enhanced his chances of retaining his European Tour card after a solid performance in the European Open in Germany.
Herbert finished tied for 22nd, collected 29.29 Race to Duabi points and moved up five places to 105th in the season rankings.
The top 110 players at the end of the season earn European Tour cards for 2020.
After starting the tournament with a three-under par 69, Herbert had rounds of 75 on Friday and 73 on Saturday to be out of contention heading into the fourth round.
The Neangar Park product found his groove again on Sunday, making five birdies for his round, including two in the final three holes, to move up 10 places on the leaderboard.
Herbert will miss this week's KLM Open in the Netherlands to prepare for the prestigious BMW PGA CHampionship at Wentworth in England on September 19-22.
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