DP World Tour & Challenge Tour 2023
A young man that possesses pedigree, commitment, respect and talent.
An England captain at the age of 16, Daniel established himself as an integral member of the England Boys side with key playing roles in the 2016 Nations Cup, European Boys Championship and the victorious Home Internationals Matches at Ballyliffin in Ireland.
Daniel’s transition to the University of Colorado provided a perfect environment for his game to flourish under the competitiveness of NCAA Division 1 golf. Gained experience was evidenced through wins at the Mark Simpson & Gene Miranda Championships and the prestigious Walton Heath Trophy in 2020.
Turning professional in 2021 with full academic honours, it didn’t take long for Dan’s tireless work ethic to secure success in the paid ranks. Four Top 10’s across 16 months on the PGA EuroPro Tour would provide vital foundations for a successful run through the final cut at DP World Tour Q-School, a feat that secured O’Loughlin his Challenge Tour card for 2023.
23 years old
Daniel’s favourite things to do off the golf course are meeting up with friends, going to the gym and watching or playing football. He also enjoys catching up on American College Football, an interest he picked up whilst studying in the U.S, where he majored in Geography. Daniel is a passionate Nottingham Forest fan and comes from a big footballing family with his grandad playing professionally for England in the sixties. His favourite place in the world is Hawaii and favourites golf course is Bel Air Country Club.
University of Colorado
CU All Time Scoring Record & Freshman of the Year
NCAA Div 1
Mark Simpson Champion 2021
NCAA Div 1
Regional Finalist 2019 & 2021
Walton Heath Trophy
England Elite Squad
2015 – 2016