Born in Turin in 1981, Edoardo Molinari turned PRO in 2006 after graduating in engineering from the University of Turin.
In 2005 makes history, Edoardo wins the U.S. Amatour Championship, the first European player since 1911.
In 2009, with three wins, conquered the first place in the Challenge Tour. Back in the European Tour, he won the Dunlop Phoenix in Japan and soon after, with his brother Francesco, playing for the Royal Park I Roveri, won for the first time the World Cup at the Omega Mission Hills World Cup in China.
In 2010, his best season until now, winning the Scottish Open and the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagle, became part of the European Ryder Cup Team as a wild card, and won at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales. Ended the season in 11th place in the Race to Dubai.
On 11 April 2013, to underline the connection between Edoardo Molinari and the Royal Park I Roveri, the President of the Club, Donna Allegra Agnelli gave the player the honorary membership card in the life of the Club.