Young Spanish phenom Pablo Larrazabal was born in Barcelona, attended high school in the U.S. and returned to Spain in 2002 with the intention of turning professional. His father, Gustavo, who played for Venezuela in the World Cup of Golf, had other ideas, making the young Larrazábal work on the family fish farm to understand the value of money. He eventually learnt his lesson and turned professional in 2004.
After plying his trade on the Challenge Tour for a few years, Pablo earned his European’s Tour card in 2008. The bubbly Spaniard recorded three top 10 finishes and seven top 25 finishes in his rookie season, highlighted by his first career victory at the Open de France. These accomplishments earned him the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award.
Pablo’s standout work ethic shows to young aspiring golfers, the hard work that is required to become an ICONIC figure in the game of golf today.
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