Spanish golfer Pablo Larrazabal is a 28 year-old golfer who plays on the European tour. Born on May 15, 1983, Larrazabal turned pro in 2004 but only played in major tournaments since 2006, when he played on 8 events in the Challenge Tour. His best finish in the 2006-2007 season was at the Vodafone challenge, where he tied for 7th and finished 138th on the money list.
He made 10 cuts in 2007 and recorded two top 10 finishes and six top 25 finishes, recording a best finish at the Postbank Challenge where he finished in fourth place and climbed up to 69th on the money list. He also passed qualifying school, tying for sixth and earning his card for the 2008 season of the European tour.
In 2008 the Spanish golfer was on his rookie season on the tour. He played in 28 events, making the cut in 17 of them. He recorded his first win on the tour at the Open de France, leading in all four rounds. Larrazabal finished third in the Madrid Masters and finished 18th on the Order of Merit. His performance in 2008 earned Larrazabal the Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award. This would be his best year so far, since 2009 saw him playing inconsistently on the tour, with only one top ten finish in the year. The Spanish golfer capped the year by placing 86th on the inaugural Race to Dubai.
Currently, Larrazabal has already gained 2 professional wins, although none of these were won on the PGA Tour.