Since 2007, Álvaro Quirós (who was born on January 21, 1983, in San Roque, Spain) has won a European Tour tournament every year. The six foot three Spaniard, who won the 2011 Dubai Desert Classic, turned pro after his victory in the Biarritz Cup in 2004, and has been supervised by the former Ryder Cup player José Rivero since 2003. Quirós hit the longest ball on the European Tour in 2006, 2007, and 2008, and is currently the longest driver off the tee, averaging over 315 yards. The final scorecard on the Emirates GC reflects his mode of play: one Hole-in one, one eagle, four birdies, ten pars, a bogey, and triple bogey. He takes a lot of risks and is a showman – which spectators love, particularly when it pays off.