"I missed the cut last week [Australian Open] and played poorly this week as well, so it was definitely far from the finish to the season I was hoping for, but prior to that it looked like it was going to be one of my best years."
There were still plenty of highlights for Millar who forced his way into a play-off from 10 shots back at the Queensland PGA, and finished seventh at the World Super 6 in Perth.
"I had a few good scores this year and won a lot of Pro-Ams, maybe a dozen, so it was a pretty good season until the last few weeks," Millar said.
"You set yourself those goals to finish strong and get yourself somewhere to play full-time next year, that was the big goal, but I didn't get there.
"I'm not sure if I'll try for Asia in January or not, I'll evaluate that this week and have a think and see if there is a plan to go to Asia, but I'll mainly be playing in Australia.
"I might get some hits on main tour in Europe but not many, I've got secondary tour status there for the Challenge Tour, so I might play some of them but I can't see myself playing secondary full-time."