Wollongong golfer Jordan Zunic is on the brink of securing his ticket for the 2020 European Tour.
Zunic will tee off at Tarragona's Lumine Golf Club, Spain, on Friday as part of the European Tour Qualifying School program.
The event consists of six rounds and will run until November 20.
It is set to be a tricky competition for Zunic, who will be among more than 180 golfers vying for a spot on tour. Only the top 25 competitors qualify.
However, Zunic seems primed for the challenge. He posted "On to the final stage" with a flex emoji on on his Facebook page on Monday morning (ADST).
It will be a short turnaround for the top 25, with the 2020 European Tour scheduled to begin in late November.
This year's European Tour Qualifying School program was divided into three stages. The first two events were held earlier this month.
Zunic, 27, qualified for the final stage by shooting a -1 round to finish 10th outright at Almeria's Desert Springs Golf Club on Sunday.
Newcastle golfer Blake Windred was the winner with a -10 round.
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