Charlie Lindh was the only player to shoot four rounds in the 60s as he took victory in the DP World Tour Qualifying School, First Stage event in Austria. Lindh was four shots behind overnight leader Siyan Liu and ended up taking the victory by one, with a final round 69.
Liu closed with a 74 but can take consolation in progressing to the next stage of Q School, alongside Lindh and ten other players.
Swede Linde has played five times on the Challenge Tour this season, making three cuts and will be hoping to continue his consistent form into the next stage of Q School.
The Second Stage of DP World Tour Qualifying School will be played across four venues in Spain from November 3-6.
Charlie Lindh (Sweden)
Siyan Liu (China)
Michal Pospisil (Czech Republic)
Jordan Gumberg (USA)
Jeremy Gandon (France)
Daniel Hebenstreit (Austria)
Fiorino Clerici (Switzerland)
Bjarki Petursson (Iceland)
Timo Vahlenkamp (Germany)
Linus Lang (Germany)
Connor Worsdall (England)
Matyas Zapletal (Czech Republic)