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Carballo posted his first professional victory at the 2006 Abierto Telefonica de Guatemala, a co-sanctioned event on the Challenge Tour and the Tour de las Américas. He earned his European Tour card for the first time by staging a phenomenal comeback at the 108-hole European Tour Qualifying School in 2005, posting a birdie, hole-in-one, birdie finish on the final three holes to gain playing privileges.
Carballo made the cut in 17 of 25 starts during his rookie season on the 2007 Nationwide Tour and finished the season No. 31 on the money list, with $177,712. He won the season-opening Movistar Panama Championship in his first-ever Nationwide Tour start, earning full status on Tour through the end of the 2008 season. He gained entry into the field by being one of the top-eight players on the Tour de las Américas Order of Merit.
By ranking 10th on the Nationwide Tour's money list in 2011, Carballo earned his PGA Tour card for 2012. He made only 13 cuts in 25 starts and failed to retain his card for 2013. He returned to the now-renamed Web.com Tour for 2013 and finished 23rd on the regular season money list to earn his 2014 PGA Tour card.
After struggling on the PGA Tour, Carballo played on the Asian Development Tour in 2018, where he had won the Ciputra Golfpreneur Tournament in Indonesia and led the Order of Merit to earn promotion to the Asian Tour. He also won on the 2019 Asian Development Tour, taking the Singha Laguna Phuket Open, an event co-sanctioned with the All Thailand Golf Tour. In September 2019, he won his first Asian Tour event, the Bank BRI Indonesia Open.
Currently, Miguel Carballo is 41 years old. Miguel Carballo will celebrate 42nd birthday on Monday, March 22, 2021. Below we countdown to Miguel Carballo upcoming birthday.