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Web.com Tour Victories (1)
International Victories (2)
Finished the PGA TOUR LatinoamÃ©rica season ranked 68th on the Order of Merit. Made the cut in five of 13 starts and recorded two top-10s. Best finishes were T6 at the San Luis Championship in San Luis Potosi, Mexico and T9 at the Abierto OSDE del Centro in Cordoba, Argentina. His tie for first with Horatio Leon at the Il Malinalco Classic Dev Series Final in Mexico secured his exempt status for the 2018 season on PGA TOUR Latinoamerica.
Finished 150th on the Web.com Tour Regular Season money list with three made cuts in 12 starts. Recorded a season-best T14 at the Brasil Champions presented by Embrase in his first start of the season. Made one cut in two starts on PGA TOUR LatinoamÃ©rica.
Played four events as part of a Medical Extension but made only one cut (T22 at the Puerto Rico Open) to lose his PGA TOUR status. Missed the cut in all five of his Web.com Tour starts in 2015.
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, which delayed the start of his first PGA TOUR campaign. Made only one of six cuts to rank No. 240 in the FedExCup standings. Qualified to use a Major Medical Extension to play in the Web.com Tour Finals.
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. Was No. 2 on the money list after his Brazil win and into May. Knee inflamation curtalied the second half of his season. Hoped to return to play in the 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.
Made three Web.com Tour cuts in six starts. Had his first career top-10 with his T9 at the Chile Classic.
Earned PGA TOUR LatinoamÃ©rica card after finishing second on the Tour de las Americas' Order of Merit. Collected TLA wins at the 85th Chile Open and the Toyota Peru Open and two runner-up finishes at the Pacific Colombia Tour Barranquilla and the Pacific Colombia Tour Championship. His strong showing on the Canadian Tour allowed him to finish third on that Tour's Order of Merit that earned him his PGA TOUR debut, at the RBC Canadian Open.
Did not play due to knee surgery.
Had his season cut short when he elected to have surgery on both knees.
Made two Web.com Tour starts, making the cut at both the Panama Movistar Championship (T24) and the Mexico Open (24th).