Web.com Tour: Conditional - Web.com Tour Past Champion (2013)
PGA TOUR Latinoamérica: Conditional - Finished 12-30 at 2017 Argentina Q-School
Web.com Tour Victories (1)
2013 Brasil Classic Presented by HSBC
PGA TOUR Latinoamérica (2) 2011 85th Chile Open [TLA], Toyota Peru Open [TLA]
Web.com Tour (2)
2011 85th Chile Open [TLA], Toyota Peru Open [TLA].
Earned conditional status on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica with a T16 finish at the 2017 Argentina Q-School in January.
2013-14: Sidelined for most of his rookie season, playing in only six events between March and July. Injured knee during the 2013 Web.com Tour season that delayed the start of his first PGA TOUR campaign. Made only one of six cuts to rank No. 240 in the FedExCup standings
Will have four events in the 2014-15 PGA TOUR Season to earn 423 FedExCup points or $699,104 to clear the top finishers from Web.com Tour Medical category
Withdrew prior to the start of the John Deere Classic with a wrist injury. Qualified to use a Major Medical Extension to play in the Web.com Tour Finals.2013: Played in 12 Web.com Tour events and earned $157,304 on the strength of one win and a T4. Dealing with a knee injury much of the year, made five cuts
Finished T3 in the opening 55 Abierto Mexicano de Golf on the NEC Series - Latinoamérica
Began his Web.com Tour season at the Chile Classic. Held a share of the 54-hole lead with Kevin Kisner and Edward Loar after three sub-70 rounds (69-64-66). Shot a 1-under 71 at Prince of Wales CC to fall into a T4
A month later, he secured his first Web.com Tour title, firing four consecutive rounds in the 60s, including a second-round 63 at Sao Paulo GC, to edge Dawie van der Walt by one shot. The win also gave him his largest career payday, $121,500
Was No. 2 on the money list after his Brazil win and into May
Knee inflamation curtalied the second half of his season
His last start came at the Albertsons Boise Open in late July (missed cut)
Had hoped to return to play in Web.com Tour Finals but was unable to
With no starts in August and September, fell to 19th in Regular Season earnings but it was good enough to secure his 2013-14 PGA TOUR card, becoming the first Chilean to earn PGA TOUR membership.2012: Made three Web.com Tour cuts in his six starts. Had his first career top-10 when he T9 at the Chile Classic. Was also T39 at the Mexico Open and T50 at the Pacific Rubiales Colombia Championship. 2011: Earned his PGA TOUR Latinoamérica card after finishing second on the Tour de las Americas' Order of Merit. It was his best season of his professional career and featured TLA wins at the 85th Chile Open and the Toyota Peru Open. Finished 65-69 in Peru to outdistance Julian Etulain by two strokes
Was second at the Pacific Colombia Tour Barranquilla, a shot behind winner Cody Slover of the U.S
Had another runner-up showing at the Pacific Colombia Tour Championship. Shot a final-round 65 but still finished six shots behind winnner Adam Hadwin
Added another runner-up performance, at the Canadian Tour Players Cup. His strong showing on the Canadian Tour allowed him to finish third on that Tour's Order of Merit and also gave him the chance to make his PGA TOUR debut, at the RBC Canadian Open. 2010: Did not play due to knee surgery. 2009: Had his season cut short when he elected to have knee surgery on both knees
Missed the cut in his lone Web.com Tour start, at the Panama CLARO Championship. 2008: Made two Web.com Tour starts, making the cut at both the Panama Movistar Championship (T24) and the Mexico Open (24th). Amateur: He had a stellar career. Was the 2001 South American champion. In 2002, won the Chile Open champion and was runner-up at Callaway Junior World (15-17). Was the 2003 Junior Orange Bowl champion. Was solo fifth in the individual competition at the 2006 WATC in Puerto Rico. Earned All-American honors at Arizona State in 2007.