Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight: 185 lbs (13.2 st; 84 kg)
Birthday: 21 January 1983
Year Turned Pro: 2004
Birthplace: San Roque, Cádiz, Spain
Spanish golfer Álvaro Quirós García is known for the length of his drive; he was the longest driver on the European Tour in 2006, 2007 and 2008.
Quirós started playing on the European Challenge Tour in 2006 and, after finishing in the top 35 at qualifying school, he earned a place on the European Tour for 2007. His first win on the European Tour came at the Alfred Dunhill Championship, in South Africa. A further win came at the 2008 Portugal Masters, and he ended the season at twenty five in the order of merit. The following season Quiros entered the World Top 50 for the first time, following a win at the Commercial bank Qatar Masters.
Quiros’s finished the European Tour in fourteenth place in 2010; exceeding this in 2011 with a sixth place ranking. Quiros had some success on the European Tour in 2014, when he finished in the top ten three times. He ended the season in 79th place in The Race to Dubai.
When he isn’t on the golf course, Quiros is most often found spending time with his wife Maria who he married in 2013. The couple enjoys spending time with friends when Quiros isn’t competing. Quiros also enjoys listening to music. From a sporting point of view the Spaniard is an avid soccer fan.
As of the end of 2014 Quiros had competed in 39 tournaments on the PGA Tour. He has yet to achieve a win on the Tour. He has amassed proze money of $827,897.