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    Meet Miguel Ángel

    Malaga, Spain Place of Birth
    5′ 10″ (178cm) Height
    Cars Interests
    (1985), 86, 87, 88* Qualifying School

    A 21-time European Tour champion, he became the oldest winner in European Tour history in 2014 aged 50 years and 133 days after his victory at the Open de España.

    In 2018 he secured two senior Major titles within three months - the Regions Tradition in the United States followed by a memorable win on the Old Course at St Andrews in The Senior Open Presented by Rolex.

    Set a new record at the 2020 Hero Open as he made his 707th European Tour appearance, overtaking Sam Torrance’s long-held record of 706.

    Also holds the European Tour record for the most holes-in-one with ten.

    One of seven brothers, Jiménez took up golf as a 15-year-old whilst picking up balls at the range and caddying.

    Inspired by watching the likes of Seve Ballesteros, Sandy Lyle and Torrance when he was caddying at the 1979 Spanish Open, he decided to take up the game seriously.

    Nicknamed 'the Mechanic' for his preference for driving, rather than repairing, high performance vehicles.

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