Photo courtesy of the Asian Tour

The remarkable consistency of 26-year old Queensland golfer, Maverick Antcliff on the China Golf Tour in 2019 has been rewarded in the form of a European Tour card for 2020.

The series, which consists of 11 events, saw Antcliff win on three occasions, finish runner-up once and record four other top tens in his eleven starts and finish atop the money list, thus qualifying for a full European Tour card for events beginning at the Alfred Dunhill Championship in South Africa in late November.

The former Hills International Academy in Jimboomba attendee, who also played collegiate golf for Augusta State in the US, turned professional in 2017 following an amateur career which saw him win the prestigious Rice Planters amateur event in the US amongst others.

In his third season on the China Tour, Antcliff has taken his game to another level in 2019 and with a European Tour card in his back pocket then more can be expected.

Antcliff also played the Asian Tour in 2018 but has focused all his attention on both the Asian and China Tours this year.