The players include Rashid Khan of India, Pelle Edberg of Sweden, Australian Darren Tan and Yeh Wei-tze of Chinese Taipei.
Australians Matthew Stieger and amateur golfer Daniel Bringolf led 25 players at the Imperial Lakeview Golf Club to the all-important Qualifying School Final Stage after shooting a final round 64 and 67 respectively.
Stieger and Bringolf topped the group on 12-under-par 276, four shots ahead of India's Rashid Khan (69), who is attempting to be third time lucky in his quest for an Asian Tour card.
Bryce Easton of South African shot an even-par 72 at the Springfield Royal Country Club to spearhead 22 players into the all-important Final Stage where the top-40 and ties next week will earn an Asian Tour card for 2013.
Edberg of Sweden was a further three shots back following a 71 while Yeh, the Malaysian Open champion in 2000, finished one shot above the safety line to earn a chance for an Asian Tour card.
Players who play in the Qualifying School are also eligible to play in the Asian Development Tour (ADT) which will be afforded with Official World Golf Ranking points starting this season.