Is still waiting for a maiden Senior Tour title despite showing superb levels of consistency during his fourth season on the Senior Tour in 2015. Recorded two fourth place finishes at the SSE Enterprise Wales Senior Open and then the ISPS Handa PGA Seniors Championship a fortnight later and finished ninth in the MCB Tour Championship. In 2014, he went on a run of three top tens in a row, starting with a tied ninth at the Travis Perkins Masters, then a tied third at the Russian Open Golf Championship (Senior) and finally a second place at the Senior Open de Portugal, where he was pipped to the post by Tim Thelen by just one stroke. In 2013 he finished runner up twice, in the Travis Perkins plc Senior Masters and the MCB Tour Championship, and recorded nine top ten finishes overall to end the season in fourth place on the Order of Merit. A three-time winner on The European Tour, became the first continental player to reach the notable milestone of 500 events on The European Tour when he teed off in the 2005 Deutsche Bank Players’ Championship of Europe. Self-taught player who emerged from caddie ranks in Madrid. Graduated from Qualifying School in 1983 and had his breakthrough victory in the Open de France in 1992. Had to wait another five years for his second victory in Heineken Classic in Perth, Australia. Claimed his third European Tour title in 1999, edging out Welshman David Park at the sixth hole of sudden-death in the Moroccan Open. With Santiago Luna helped Spain to second place in the World Cup in Malaysia that same season. Once scored a 59 in tournament play, the 1987 South Argentine Open.