Sobrón had a successful amateur career, representing Spain at an international level. She won the 2013 Spanish International Stroke Play, was runner-up at the 2013 The Womens Amateur Championship and won the 2014 European Ladies Amateur Championship. She finished tied for 13th at the 2015 Women’s British Open to take home the Smyth Salver award for low amateur.
Sobrón turned professional in 2016 and joined the LET. She posted five top-25 finishes on the 2017 Ladies European Tour. She finished T3 in the 2018 Lacoste Ladies Open de France and T3 in the 2019 Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies Open. She finished 39th on the 2019 Order of Merit.
Sobrón finished T5 at the 2017 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament to earn a LPGA card for the 2018 season, where she played in 21 events and made eight cuts, including at the 2018 U.S. Women’s Open.
- 2013 Spanish International Stroke Play
- 2014 European Ladies Amateur Championship