LARRAZÁBAL Pablo

Pablo LARRAZÁBAL

ESP

Biography

ResidenceBarcelona, Spain
Date of Birth:15/05/1983
Place of BirthBarcelona, Spain
Height & Weight5' 11 12st 6lbs (178cm 79kg)
FamilyWife: Gala (m. 2015)
InterestsFootball
Web Sitewww.pablolarrazabal.com
Turned Pro2004 (plus 2)
Qualifying School(2004), (05), 06, 07*

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Biography

A European Tour stalwart for over a decade now, he earned the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award in 2008 after winning the Open de France on his maiden campaign on tour, having come through a 36-hole qualifier to earn his place in the event. He has since won three more titles, including two at the BMW International Open in 2011 and 2015. Born in Barcelona, he started golf aged five under the tutelage of his mother, then a scratch handicapper. He attended high school in the United States, returned home in 2002 and worked on his family’s fish farm for two years to understand the value of money before eventually turning pro in 2004. A big Barcelona fan, his brother Alejandro won the Amateur Championship in 2002.

Career RecordMore

European Tour Wins4
Wins this season0
Current Rankings
OWGR200
Race To Dubai36
Biggest European Tour Prize:: € 666,660 (2008)

Teams

Professional World Cup 2008 Seve Trophy 2011 Royal Trophy 2009 EurAsia Cup 2014 GolfSixes Spain 2017, 2018 Amateur Eisenhower Trophy 2000 Boys, Youths 2000-02

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European Tour Partners

  • Rolex
  • BMW
  • Callaway
  • D P World
  • Dubai Duty Free
  • Emirates
  • Hilton
  • Workday

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