Made the halfway cut in his first major championship start at the 2019 U.S Open and two weeks later captured one of the three Royal Portrush spots on offer in the Andalucia Masters.
The former Spanish amateur champion being part of a five-way tie for second behind runaway winner Christiaan Bezuidenhout.
Came second on the 2018 European Challenge Tour, winning the Grand Final in the United Arab Emirates with four rounds in the 60s. His reward was not only promotion to the main circuit, but also a new puppy after his father Quim promised him one if he won in his first season. He named it Khaimah after the course where he triumphed.
The following year also saw him tie for second at both the Kenya and Czech Opens, finishing only one stroke behind Guido Migliozzi and Thomas Pieters respectively, then in 2020 he was joint third at the Dubai Desert Classic.
His first victory finally came this May on home soil at the Catalunya Championship, where he beat Oliver Bekker in a six-hole play-off after starting the final day seven strokes behind. It led to a world top 50 spot.