Four of the fifteen Tour Cards went to the outright winners of each day. José Justicia, Brian Raman, Luc Peters and Krzysztof Kciuk managed to claim these.
The Order of Merit was won with ease by Mario Vandenbogaerde who lost two finals but was insurmountable deciding to play the final day despite winning comfortably at that point.
Jules van Dongen skipped the final day but the Dutch Dragon who has stood out on the CDC Tour and back home in America over the past year will now ply his trade on the PDC ProTour. Many predicted he would get through and he has delivered on that promise.
Other players to claim them for the first time include Kevin Doets, the promising Dutchman. As well as Danny Jansen, Damian Mol and Jimmy Hendriks.
Rowby-John Rodriguez after impressing on the ProTour on a year without a Tour Card will return. While Tony Martinez, Radek Szaganski, Ricardo Pietreczko, Vladimir Andersen will make their debuts also.
Thibault Tricole, Jelle Klaasen, Christian Kist, Derk Telnekes, Benito van de Pas, Cristo Reyes, Toni Alcinas, Ronny Huybrechts and Chris Landman were among those not successful and will play on the Challenge Tour.
Klaasen disappears from PDC ProTour after 15 years following European Q-School disappointment
Tour Card Winners at European Q-School 2022
Order of Merit Winners
Jules van Dongen
Rowby John Rodriguez