One of golf’s biggest names, the Spaniard is among the most talented and accomplished players of his generation. The winner of 36 tournaments worldwide - including the 2017 Masters - Garcia has a career-best ranking of No. 2 and has spent more than 450 weeks in the world top 10. A Ryder Cup specialist, he’s represented Europe on 10 occasions and his haul of 28.5 points is higher than any other player. Garcia was captain of the Spanish-speaking Fireballs GC in 2022 and led them to a first-place finish at LIV Golf Invitational Bangkok.
Winner of 36 tournaments worldwide, including the 2017 Masters.
Has won tournaments in more than a dozen countries.
Recorded more than $80 million in earnings across multiple tours.
Has a career-best world ranking of No. 2 and has spent more than 450 weeks of his career inside the top 10.
Won his first professional tournament in just his sixth start after turning pro.
Has represented Europe in 10 Ryder Cups and has won more points (28.5) than any Ryder Cup player.
Won at least one worldwide event in 10 consecutive years from 2011-20.
2017 Masters – Broke through by winning a playoff at Augusta National in his 74th start in a major ... Became the third Spanish player to win the Masters (Seve Ballesteros, Jose Maria Olazabal) ... Won on what would've been Ballesteros' 60th birthday ... Entered the final round as the co-leader with Justin Rose and both players shot 69 to force the playoff ... Won with a birdie to Rose's bogey in the first playoff hole ... Said Garcia: "Obviously this is something I wanted to do for a long time but, you know, it (previously never winning a major) never felt like a horror movie. It felt like a little bit of a drama maybe, but obviously with a happy ending."
STARTS AND FINISHES
Best finish: Win (2017)
Top 10s: 4
Cuts made: 15
Best finish: 2nd (1999, 2008)
Top 10s: 4
Cuts made: 10
Best finish: 3rd (2005)
Top 10s: 5
Cuts made: 18
Best finish: 2nd (2007, 2014)
Top 10s: 10
Cuts made: 20
RYDER CUP HISTORY (Team Europe)
Appearances (10): 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2021
Record (wins, losses, halves): 25-13-7
Total matches: 45
Singles (W-L-H): 4-5-1
Foursomes (W-L-H): 12-4-3
Four-balls (W-L-H): 9-4-3