The European card is the prize for the first fifteen classified in the tournament of Mallorca.
Garcia delivered 69 strokes cards in the first two days, but could not maintain the high level of play he was exhibiting at the end of the 36 holes with 76 and 77 strokes, respectively, so he had to wait until the end to secure your European card.
His compatriots Carlos Pigem (71 strokes in the course of this Sunday and placed 21st in the general classification) and Emilio Cuartero, who retired on the last lap, has run out of place in the European circuit.
The winner of the tournament was the Italian Francesco Laporta, leader from the start, with a card of 71 strokes (278 in total), six under the field pair.
With 4 under par, the German Sebastian Heisele and the Frenchman Robin Sciot-Segris were placed in second and third positions, with 73 and 71 strokes.
Draws in third place finished the English Matthew Jordan (-3) and Jack Senior (-3), with 72 strokes each.
The players that will play the European Tour next year are: Francesco Laporta, Callum Hill, Richard Bland, Sebastian Heisele, Adrian Meronk, Senior Jack, Robin Roussel, Antoine Rozner, Matthew Jordan, Ricardo Santos, Cormac Sharvin, Oliver Farr, Darius Van Driel, Connor Syme and Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez.
Mallorca has returned to the international calendar of the Challenge Tour for the first time since 2003 and has gathered 45 of the best golfers qualified for the Balearic event, the grand final after holding 25 tournaments on three continents. EFE