Web.com Tour: Exempt - Next 25 Money Winners from 2015 Web.com Tour Finals
PGA TOUR Latinoamérica: Conditionally Exempt: NEC Series - PGA TOUR Latinoamérica, Nos. 2-5 Money List
Although he was born in Mexico City, he considers Chihuahua his hometown because his family moved there when he was age 4. Keeps his fanbase updated by being very active on both Twitter and Facebook.
Although he was born in Mexico City, he considers Chihuahua his hometown because his family moved there when he was age 4. Keeps his fanbase updated by beging very active on both Twitter and Facebook.
Although he was born in Mexico City, he considers Chihuahua his hometown because his family moved there when he was only four years old
Married Nilufer Fraustro in 2010 and has a son, Lucas, who was born on July 21, 2012
Likes football (soccer), movies, music and traveling
Keeps his fan base updated by beging very active on both Twitter and Facebook
Soccer, movies, music, traveling
Latinoamérica Victories (2)
World Cup (1), 2013.
World Cup (1), 2013.
Posted the best performance by a player from Mexico in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba field, finishing T13, highlighted by a pair of 66s in the second and final rounds.
2014-15: Rookie season marked by seven made cuts in 21 appearances, with a T9 at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba representing his lone top-10 finish. Was one of just two Mexican players to make the cut in Mayakoba, joining Carlos Ortiz. Took advantage of the weekend with a pair of 2-under 69s good enough to earn him a T9 at 11-under 273 with six others, including Ortiz. Only other top-25 finish came at the Barracuda Championship (T22). After a T26 at the Wyndham Championship, ended the season No. 186 in the FedExCup standings
In the Web.com Tour Finals, missed the first three cuts but made a run at the Web.com Tour Championship, where he opened with 64 (T2). Came up a few shots short in his attempt to secure one of the 25 available cards, shooting 71-69-69 to record a T12. Finished 46th on the Finals' money list.2013-14: Competed in 22 Web.com Tour tournaments, with two top-fives and five top-25s
In November 2013, had a T49 playing on a sponsor's exemption in the PGA TOUR's OHL Classic at Mayakoba
The following week, finished T20 representing Mexico in the ISPS Handa World Cup of Golf
Opened with a 67 at the Brasil Champions on the Web.com Tour and followed on Friday with his low round of the year, a 64, which included a birdie-eagle-birdie finish to make his first cut of 2014 in three starts. Weekend rounds of 67-69 propelled him to a T5, a career best on the Web.com Tour
In April, after two more made cuts (T30, T13), carded 68-69-69 for a T9 at the weather-shortened WNB Golf Classic to get to 19th on the money list
Over his next 12 events, missed eight cuts, with just one top-25 to show for his efforts, a T17 in June at the Air Capital Classic. Finished the Regular Season No. 61 on the money list, high enough to qualify for the Web.com Tour Finals
After missing the cut in the first Finals' event in Fort Wayne, Ind., recorded his best Tour finish, a T4, at the Chiquita Classic on the strength of an opening-round 67 and a closing 66
Missed the last two Finals' cuts but claimed the 49th card to join countryman Carlos Ortiz as the sixth and seventh Mexico natives to earn PGA TOUR membership.2013: Made the cut in 10 of 24 starts during his rookie Web.com Tour season and had five top-25 finishes and a pair of top-10s. Was T10 at the Brasil Classic in Sao Paulo in early April. Moved up in the standings with a 6-under 65 on the last day
Next top-10 was very timely when he finished T9 in the Regular Season finale, the Cox Classic, to move from 95th in earnings to 73rd and a spot in the Finals. Closed strong on the weekend with rounds of 67-66 at Champions Run
Made the cut in one of the four Finals events with a T54 at the Tour Championship
Only PGA TOUR Latinoamérica start came at the 55 Abierto Mexicano, where he T9 in mid-March.2012: Finished second on the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica's Order of Merit, joining four others who earned status to play the 2013 season on the Web.com Tour. Collected a win, three runner-up finishes, five top-fives and seven top-25s in 10 starts while missing just two cuts. Won the Dominican Republic Open by four strokes in November at Cana Bay GC in Punta Cana. Posted rounds of 70-70-67-71 and pocketed the winner's share of $22,500
Made his Tour debut with a solo-second finish at the season-opening Mundo Maya Open at the Yucatan CC in Merida, Mexico. Entered the final round tied for seventh but carded the low round of the day, a 7-under 65, to move up the leaderboard
In October, came from behind once again to T2 at the Roberto De Vicenzo Invitational Copa NEC in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Posted a final-round, 8-under 64 to move up 12 spots on the leaderboard
Entered the final round of the season ending 107th Visa Open de Argentina holding a one-stroke lead but lost by four to two-time major champion winner Ángel Cabrera. On his way to his T2, challenged Cabrera with an eagle-birdie-eagle run to trail by only one shot with three holes to play. Found water off the tee at the 16th to card a double bogey that allowed Cabrera to escape with the title
Earned his PGA TOUR Latinoamérica berth by finishing second on the 2011 Mexican Tour's Order of Merit
Won three times and had two runner-up finishes in only seven starts to win the Mexican Tour's Order of Merit title
Made one Web.com Tour start, missing the cut at the Mexico Open
Played in his second PGA TOUR tournament, missing the cut at the Mayakoba Golf Classic. 2011: Made one Web.com Tour cut in two starts. Was T22 at the Mexico Open, opening 69-65 at El Bosque CC. Was tied for second through 36 holes before finishing 72-74 on the weekend
Won a Pepsi Tour event at Troon North in Arizona. 2010: Missed the cut at the Mexico Open in his only Web.com Tour start. 2009: Missed the cut at the Mexico Open
Made his PGA TOUR debut at the Puerto Rico Open, where he missed the cut.2008: Made his Web.com Tour debut, at the Mexico Open. Started the tournament with an even-par 71 but missed the cut when he shot a second-round 77. 2006: As a rookie on the Mexican Tour, won his first career title on that circuit later in the season.Amateur: Enjoyed a solid career at the University of South Florida and was the top-ranked amateur in Mexico between 2003 and 2005.