Pedro Oriol

Pedro Oriol sealed his 2018 playing rights on the European Tour with a majestic fairway bunker shot that finished two feet from the 18th hole. The resulting birdie three in Oman elevated Pedro into 10th place in the Road to Oman Rankings and with it the opportunity to play a full season in the Race to Dubai. Earlier in the year, the charismatic Spaniard collected his first Challenge Tour title in the prestigious Rolex Trophy. Inspired by his idol and legend – Seve Ballesteros, Oriol wore a trademark Seve visor inspiring him to a final round 65 (-7) and a tie for top spot before claiming an impressive victory on the first play-off hole.


Nationality Spanish
Residence Madrid - Spain
Turned Pro 2009 (plus 3)
Age 31
OWGR 261
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Born in Seville, Pedro first took up golf aged ten after being introduced to the game by his grandfather. Went to the University of Arizona (USA), but returned home to Madrid a year later to complete his degree in marketing and commercial management.  Has served his apprenticeship on the Challenge Tour and successfully made it through Q-School in 2014. One of the longest drivers on the European Tour, Pedro has worked hard to improve consistency and secured his first main tour victory last year at the Rolex Trophy before graduating to the European Tour in November. The Spaniard’s sporting heroes are Rafael Nadal and Fernando Alonso. In his spare time he enjoys hunting.  We have no doubt that Pedro has all the attributes to become one of the best players in the world.

European Tour Profile

My Schedule

Date Tour Tournament Venue
08-11 Feb 2018 European Tour ISPS Handa World Super 6 Lake Karrinyup CC - Perth AUSTRALIA
15-18 Feb 2018 European Tour NBO Oman Classic Almouj Golf - Muscat OMAN

Latest Results

Date Tour Tournament Venue Score Position
11-14 Jan 2018 European Tour BMW SA Open hosted by the City of Ekurhuleni Glendower GC - SOUTH AFRICA 71-71-69-72 (-5) T43
23-26 Nov 2017 European Tour UBS Hong Kong Open Hong Kong GC Fanling 72-68-68-73 (+1) T48
31 Nov-3 Dec 2017 European Tour AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open Heritage GC 71-70-73-68 (-2) T44


Driver TaylorMade M2 with Fujikura x-70
Woods TaylorMade RBZ 3 Wood with Fujikura Speeder x-75
Irons Ping S55 with Project x-65 + Mizuno 2-iron with Project x-65
Wedges Titleist Vokey 52° 58°
Putter Titleist Scotty Cameron "The Bullet"
Ball Titleist ProV1x (High Numbers only)
Shoe Footjoy ICON Shoes with 13 and 26 on side (favourite numbers)
Clothing Oscar Jacobson




Earns European Tour Card finishing 10th in Road to Oman

T7 – NBO Golf Classic Grand Final (Challenge Tour)

Winner – Rolex Trophy (Challenge Tour)

T9 – SSE Scottish Challenge (Challenge Tour)

4th – Swedish Challenge (Challenge Tour)

2nd – KPMG Trophy (Challenge Tour)



T4 – Ras Al Khaimah Golf Challenge (Challenge Tour)

T9 – Fred Olsen Challenge de España (Challenge Tour)

T10 – Montecchia Open by Lyoness (Challenge Tour)

Winner – “Gambito” – PGA de Madrid (Spanish National Tour)


T7 – Challenge de Madrid (Challenge Tour)

T11 – Lyoness Open (European Tour)

No.1 in Driving Distance on European Tour


Earns European Tour Card finishing 20th at Q-School

T5 – D+D REAL Slovakia Challenge (Challenge Tour)

T2 – Barclays Kenya Open (Challenge Tour)



Winner – Heineken Pro-Am @ Valderrama

T4 – Swiss Challenge (Challenge Tour)

T7 – Montecchia Golf Open Presented by Polaroid (Challenge Tour)



T6 – Telenet Trophy



T7 – Fred Olsen Challange de España (Challenge Tour)



Earns European Tour Card finishing at Q-School

3rd – Spanish Professional Championship

T3 – Fred Olsen Challange de España (Challenge Tour)



Winner – Canary Islands Champion of Champions

Turned Professional (Handicap +3)



Spanish Team Member of Eisenhower Trophy

Bonallack Trophy Winner

Member of winning European Champions Team v Asia

Member of the Spanish National Team, winning 6 matches out of six



Member of the European Palmer Cup Team



European Champion of Champions

Bonallack Trophy Winner

Gold Medal in the European Junior Team

Winner – Biarritz Cup (France)

Member of winning European Champions Team v Asia

Winner – Canary Islands Champion of Champions Ranking

Appointed by the Community of Madrid



Winner – National Cup Puerta de Hierro

Winner – International Champion of Italy

Winner – International Junior Champion of Spain

Winner – Vizcaya Championship



Winner – Spanish Mens Inter-club Championship