Web.com Tour: Finishers 11-40 & ties as the previous year's Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournaments.
If not a golfer, says he would be an agronomist.
Made his first hole-in-one at age 15, an experience that is still his favorite golf memory.
Favorite course he has played is St. Andrews GC's Old Course in Scotland.
Lionel Messi is his favorite athlete.
Latinoamérica Victories (1)
2018 Puerto Plata DR Open
2016 Eisenhower Trophy
Web.com Tour: 2019
65 JHSF Aberto do Brasil: Continued his solid season with another top-10, this time in Brazil's national open. Used a second-round 63 and three other under-par rounds to T9 with four others at Fazenda Boa Vista.
Bupa Match Play: At the first match-play event in PGA TOUR Latinoamerica history, entered the tournament as the third seed. Advanced to the quarterfinals, defeating Santiago Castilla and Hernán Borja before falling to No. 51 Charlie Bull on Saturday.
Puerto Plata DR Open: Broke through in a huge way, winning for the first time as a pro. In only his seventh professional tournament, opened 66-64 at Playa Dorada GC. Held a share of the 36-hole lead with MJ Maguire. Took control of the tournament with a third-round, 4-under 67, taking a three-shot advantage into the final round. Never wavered Sunday, playing bogey-free golf and recording six birdies for the 65 and a six-stroke win over Maguire.
Molino Cañuelas Championship: Enjoyed his first top-10 finish when he T3 at the weather-shortened event. A 65 in the third and final round left him tied with Alexandre Rocha, a stroke out of the Thomas Baik-Matt Gilchrest playoff that Baik won.
PTLA Qualifying Tournament-Argentina: Qualified for the 2018 season while still an amateur by shooting rounds of 72-70-70-67, good enough for a T5.
Claimed low-amateur honors with a T5 finish at the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica's 112th VISA Open de Argentina in Buenos Aires. Claimed the Pereyra Iraola Cup that goes to the low amateur. It was his fourth appearance in the tournament and his first made cut.
Finished fourth at the 2017 Links Trophy at St. Andrews' Old Course.
Was No. 1 on the Argentine Amateur Ranking at the conclusion of the 2015-16 season.
Played for Team Argentina that finished sixth at the 2016 World Amateur Team Championship in Mexico. Also played for the Argentine team at the Copa Los Andes.