Began the 2015 season on the European Tour after coming through the Qualifying School Final Stage, but after limited success turned his attentions to the Challenge Tour. The decision was vindicated when he won the D+D REAL Slovakia Challenge in July, and he won again in the penultimate event of the campaign, the Foshan Open. Ended the season third in the Road to Oman Rankings, thus ensuring he will have another bite of the cherry on the top tier in 2016. In his first season as a professional, he finished fourth in the Alps Tour Order of Merit before his Qualifying School success. Enjoyed an impressive amateur career, representing Spain from the age of 12 all the way up to senior level and winning the Spanish Amateur Under-18 championship in 2009. Studied at Iowa State University in the USA for two years, but struggled with his game and the foreign culture and decided to return home, where his golf game thrived once more. Is close friends with fellow European Tour player Adrian Otaegui, having played many tournaments together when they were growing up in northern Spain. Cites Sergio Garcia as his golfing hero, and is looking forward to getting to know his compatriot on Tour.