Matt Wallace secured the second highest finish of his European Tour career on Sunday – and he will be looking to build on his return to form at this week’s Czech Masters.

The Moor Park Golf Club professional finished in a four-way tie for sixth place on 12-under-par at Made In Denmark, seven shots behind winner Julian Suri.

It gave the 27-year-old his third top-10 finish in his first season on the European Tour and the second best result of his career after winning the Open de Portugal in May.

Wallace has enjoyed more ups than downs in the past 18 months, including a history-making 2016 on the Alps Tour, claiming a maiden Challenge Tour and European Tour victory and qualifying for his first major.

But missing the cut at the US Open heralded the start of a sequence of five consecutive tournaments in which the Pinner-based golfer failed to make the final two rounds.

Despite also making an early exit at this month’s Paul Lawrie Match Play, Wallace tweeted afterwards that he was “happy with where my game is” and that faith was to prove justified by his overall performance at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort.

Following a seven-under-par 64 which saw the Moor Park player lie in a three-way share of the lead at the end of the opening round, he lost some ground with a second round 74.

But having comfortably made the cut, Wallace carded rounds of 65 and 69 on Saturday and Sunday respectively to achieve a result that has moved him up to 132nd in the Race to Dubai standings.

Wallace is joined in Prague by Moor Park club-mate Callum Shinkwin, who will be making his first European Tour appearance since competing at last month’s Open Championship.