PGA TOUR Victories (2)
International Victories (9)
Additional Victories (14)
Did not play on TOUR for the fourth consecutive year. Will have six events in the 2013-14 season to earn $598,323 on the Major Medical Exemption.
Still recovering from a left-wrist injury and did not make a start on the PGA TOUR for the third consecutive season. Has six events remaining to earn $598,323 to equal No. 125 from 2008 ($852,752) to earn Major Medical Extension status for 2013.
Played on a Major Medical Extension and had 12 events to earn $612,359, which coupled with earnings of $240,393 in 2008, would've equaled No. 125 from the 2008 money list and earned Major Medical Extension status for the remainder of the 2009 season. Still hampered by left wrist injury, made just one cut in six starts in 2009 and earned $14,036.
A left-wrist injury cut season short. Finished the season with just six made cuts in 13 appearances.
Back-to-back top-10s at The Honda Classic and the Mayakoba Golf Classic were a career first and he was the first TOUR player since David Duval (1997) to compete in playoffs in back-to-back weeks. Led TOUR in Driving Accuracy percentage (75.47).
Had three top-10 finishes, his most since joining the TOUR in 2001.
Finished out of the top 150 (No. 182) for the third time in last four years.
Finished among the top 125 for the first time since earning two wins in 2001.
Inconsistent season, continuing to battle back from broken arm suffered prior to 2002 season.
Limited to 16 events due to a broken bone in right arm suffered in pickup soccer game in native Argentina. Voted highest sporting award, The Olympian, in native Argentina in 2002, only the third golfer to receive the award.
Became the first Argentine to win on TOUR since Roberto De Vicenzo at the 1968 Houston Champions Invitational. One of nine players to claim multiple victories en route to finishing 34th in earnings in only 19 starts.
Passed six figures for fifth time in seven years on European Tour. Had five top-10 finishes that season.