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Another exciting Argentinian talent to emerge from the Challenge Tour - but no relation to his famous countryman, Eduardo - made a considerable impression on The 2006 European Tour with four Top-10 s including a share of second place behind Johan Edfors at The Barclays Scottish Open. Finished in 35th position on the Order of Merit before capping the year off with victory at the Masters Tournament Personal Cup in his homeland. Took up the game at the age of eight and is coached by his uncle, Miguel Romero. Has won three times in Central and South America and once in Europe at the Morson International Pro-Am Challenge, en route to taking the 14th card on offer through the final 2005 Challenge Tour Rankings. Was forced to give up his favorite hobby of motorcycling when he turned professional as it was thought to be too dangerous a pastime!
1 - 2007 Deutsche Bank Players Championship
2003 Cable and Wireless Masters Panama, Abierto de Medellin (Arg), 2005 Roberto de Vicenzo Classic (Arg)
2006 PGA European Tour Summary
Tournaments entered - 21; in money - 10; Top-10 finishes - 4; scoring average - 71.95 (ranked 119th); money - $694,363 or GBP 465,157 (ranked 35th); best finish -T2nd, Barclays Scottish Open.