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PGA TOUR Victories (1)
International Victories (9)
Made 14 starts with one top-10. Ended the season with a missed cut at the Wyndham Championship, failing to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs for the second consecutive season. Following three consecutive missed cuts, overcame a 1-over 73 in round two of the Puerto Rico Open at Coco Beach with weekend scores of 68-67 to claim a share of fifth place with Nick Taylor and Scott Brown. Was playing at Coco Beach out of the Past Champion category. Made three birdies, an eagle and no bogeys in Sunday's final round to post the 67, including a birdie at his 72nd hole. The finish was his best since finishing T5 at the 2014 Quicken Loans National.
Will have one event during the 2015-16 PGA TOUR Season to earn 146 FedExCup points or $125,217 to satisfy his medical extension, granted after suffering a broken wrist at the Barracuda Championship that ended his season in early August. After medical exemption will play out of the Past Champion category. Claimed a pair of top-10 finishes in a three-week stretch during his season that included 24 starts. Ended the year ranked No. 161 in the FedExCup standings.
Made 16 of 26 cuts, with one top-10 but advanced to the second FedExCup Playoffs event. Ended the season No. 100 in the standings after missing the 54-hole cut at the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Made 10 of 21 TOUR cuts and finished No. 120 in the final FedExCup standings.
Qualified for the PGA TOUR Playoffs for the fourth time since his rookie season in 2008 but missed the cut at The Barclays to drop out of the Playoffs. Finished No. 106 in the FedExCup standings.
Had best FedExCup finish (66th) and money-list finish (70th) since 2008. Made 17 of 22 cuts and recorded a career-best four top-10 finishes.
Finished inside the top 100 in both the FedExCup (69th) and official money list (92nd). Entered the Wyndham Championship ranked No. 123 in the standings (the top 125 would advance to the first Playoffs event at The Barclays). Finished T28 in Greensboro to head into the Playoffs ranked No. 115. Finished T52 at The Barclays to move to No. 100, earning the final spot in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Aced the par-3 eighth hole en route to a second-round, 5-under 66 and an eventual T11 finish in Boston to move to No. 68 in the standings, just enough to advance to the 70-player BMW Championship field. Won twice on the Tour de Las Americas, at the Abierto Visa del Centro and then late in the season at the Torneo de Maestros Copa Personal in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Finished 106th on the money list with two top-10 finishes and four top-25 finishes.
Collected his first TOUR title in his 12th start with a win at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans. Carded rounds of 73-69-65-68—275 to claim a one-shot victory over Peter Lonard. Joined Roberto De Vicenzo, Jose Coceres and Angel Cabrera as the only Argentines to win on the PGA TOUR. Became the fourth straight first-time winner at the Zurich Classic.
Joined the PGA TOUR for 2008 based on finishing in the top 125 in non-member earnings.
Recorded four top-10s, including a share of second place behind Johan Edfors at The Barclays Scottish Open, on the European Tour. Finished in 35th position on the Order of Merit before capping the year with victory at the Masters Tournament Personal Cup in his homeland.
Qualified for the European Tour by finishing 14th on the European Tour's Challenge Tour rankings.
Played the Golden Bear Tour in Florida.
Won the Panama Masters adn the Medellin Open to claim Tour de las Americas Rookie of the Year honors. Was the only two event winner that season.
Was medalist at the Tour de las Americas Qualifying Tournament in Carmelo, Uruguay.
Following six made cuts in 10 starts, highlighted by a pair of top-25 showings, failed to advance to the FedExCup Playoffs for the third consecutive season, Played in three events in the Web.com Tour Finals, but did not make a cut. Will compete on TOUR in the 2017-18 season out of the Past Champion category.