Ángel Miguel

Ángel Miguel (27 December 1929 – 13 April 2009) was a Spanish professional golfer. He is often regarded as one of the pioneers of golf in Spain. Miguel was born in Madrid. He won 12 major tournaments around the world during the 1950s and 1960s, including the Spanish Open in 1961 and 1964, the French Open in 1956 and the Portuguese Open on three occasions. He also won the Spanish Professionals Championship a record six times. Miguel represented his country in the Canada Cup on nine occasions. He claimed the individual honours in 1958, and also finished as runners-up in the team event partnered by his brother Sebastián, who also had a successful professional career. Miguel performed well in The Open Championship, twice finishing in the top ten, with a best of 4th place in 1957. In the 1961 Open he tied for 14th alongside his brother. He also played in the U.S. Masters several times, but only made the halfway cut once, in 1959, when he went on to finish in a tie for 25th place.

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How would Ángel Miguel be described?

Ángel Miguel would be described as Professional golfer.

When died Ángel Miguel?

Ángel Miguel died 13.04.2009.

When was Ángel Miguel born?

Ángel Miguel was born on 27.12.1929.

What is Ángel Miguel subject of?

Ángel Miguel is subject of Spanish male golfers, 1929 births, 2009 deaths, Sportspeople from Madrid and European Tour golfers.

When died Ángel Miguel?

Ángel Miguel died 13.04.2009.

Where was Ángel Miguel born?

Ángel Miguel was born in Madrid.

What is the gender of Ángel Miguel?

Ángel Miguel is male.