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Made a massive impact in a short time after joining the 2005 Seniors Tour on turning 50 in late September. Played in four events and finished third-second-second-sixth en route to 33rd spot on the Order of Merit. Worked as a caddie before becoming a professional in Madrid in 1973. His big break on The European Tour came in 1984 when he was given a €3,500 (£2,500) loan from the Spanish Golf Federation. The repayment was swift when he won the Lawrence Batley International that year as well as the World Cup in Italy with Jose Maria Ca?izares. Went on to win on three other occasions on The European Tour - the 1987 Peugeot French Open, the 1988 Monte Carlo Open and the 1992 Open Catalonia - during an unbroken attendance record on Tour which ran from 1983 to 2001. Best Order of Merit position in those years came in 1988 when he finished tenth. Other main highlight of his career was playing in two winning Ryder Cup Teams, at The De Vere Belfry in 1985 and Muirfield Village in 1987.
European Seniors Tour
1 - 2006 DGM Barbados Open
4 1984 Lawrence Batley International, 1987 French Open, 1988 Monte Carlo Open, 1992 Open Catalonia
2005 European Seniors Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 4; top-10 finishes - 4; Euro €70,516 (ranked 33rd); Best finish T2nd Algarve Seniors Open Portugal and Castellon Costa Azahar Open de Espana.