He totalled 11-under-par 277 to head Neil Bradley by one stroke and see himself into the Second Stage events.
South Africa’s Bryce McCabe missed the cut there, while Louis Calitz also missed out in Austria, although he made the cut and was stymied by his final-round 75,
In Austria, Ireland’s Paul Dunne, who led the Open Championship in July, took a share of fifth behind the winner Dodge Kemmer of the United States.
Earlier, Thriston Lawrence missed out in Scotland on September 18, as did Matthiam Keyser in Germany on the same date.
The four second Second Stage events all take place in Spain from November 6-9.