Initially getting his tour card through Q School in 1990, his first two years on tour were tough. However, the remainder of the 90s and 2000 saw desered success, with two victories and a career high 13th in the Order of Merit.
In 2001, José decided to switch to the PGA Tour and once again, despite inconsistencies, demonstrated his winning mentality. He won twice in his first season, which helped take him to number 16 in the Official World Golf Rankings.
Reaching his 50s has not slowed him down and José now also has two European Senior Tour wins to his name with triumphs in Switzerland and Austria. One of 11 children, a branch and a rock was how he started to play the game. You can see how much winning means to him by joining José in the Pro Am, or even for three days of tournament golf in the Pro Am Alliance format.
|PGA Tour Wins||2|
|European Tour Wins||2|
|Staysure Tour Wins||2|
|Highest World Ranking||16|