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Exempt Status: Top 60 Order of Merit 2019.

Height: 1.75 m / 5-9.

Weight: 80 kg / 176 lbs.

Born 03.Jan.1980.

Turned PRO in 2003.

His birthplace is Córdoba, Argentina.

Currently residing in Córdoba, Argentina.

Key Facts

CAREER VICTORIES: (5) 2006 Brasil Classic [TLA]. 2008 Roberto De Vicenzo Classic [TLA]. 2009 Copa Tres Diamantes Mitsubishi [TLA]. 2011 VI Abierto Hacienda Chicureo [TLA], Abierto de Misiones [Argentina].

PGA TOUR Latinoamérica member in 2012-2014.

2013: Finished sixth at the Developmental Series Final Samsung Tournament in Lima, Peru in December to earn conditional status for the 2014 season of PGA TOUR Latinoamérica… Had lost his PGA TOUR Latinoamérica card a week earlier after finishing the season ranked No. 63 in the Order of Merit. Entered the final event of the season ranked No. 59, but missed the cut to drop off the top-60 who kept their cards for 2014. Made the cut in four of his ten starts and his best finish was T5 at the 60th Aberto do Brasil in October… At the beginning of the year he earned his PGA TOUR Latinoamérica card back by finishing T21 at the Qualifying Tournament at the CC La Planicie in Lima, Peru.

2012: Made only three cuts in eleven starts to finish the inaugural season of PGA TOUR Latinoamérica ranked No. 74 in the Order of Merit to lose his card. His best finish was T12 at the Olivos Golf Classic Copa Personal in December… During the first half of the year he collected three top-20 finishes in his three starts on the Tour de las Americas’ final season. His best finish was T10 at the 81st Abierto OSDE del Centro in Cordoba, Argentina.

2011: Had a solid season of one victory, three top-5 finishes and seven top-10 finishes in 15 starts on the Tour de las Americas. His victory came at the VI Abierto Hacienda Chicureo in Santiago, Chile. That was his fourth career win on the TLA. Finished the season ranked No. 8 on the TLA Order of Merit to earn his card for the inaugural season of PGA TOUR Latinoamérica… Had one Argentine Tour victory in the Abierto de Misiones in June.

2010: Had four top-5 finishes and eight top-25 finishes in 12 starts on the Tour de las Americas. His best finish was third at the 79th Abierto del Centro in Cordoba, Argentina.

2009: Had a victory, three top-3 finishes and eight top-25 finishes in ten starts on the Tour de las Americas. Won the Copa Tres Diamantes Mitsubishi in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, finished T2 at the 104th VISA Open de Argentina and third at the 83rd Abierto de Chile.

2008: Won the Roberto De Vicenzo Classic at the San Eliseo Golf & CC in Buenos Aires, Argentina on the Tour de las Americas.

2006: Won his first career title at the Brasil Classic at the Sao Fernando Golf Club in Sao Paulo, Brazil on the Tour de las Americas.

OTHER DETAILS: Played on PGA TOUR Canada between 2009 and 2011… Played on the European Challenge Tour between 2007 and 2008… Got started in golf as a caddie in his hometown.

PERSONAL: Full name is Paulo Javier Pinto… Single… Father of two boys: Javier and Exequiel… José González is the only golf instructor he has worked with… Says his biggest thrill in golf is winning tournaments and the best outside of golf his children… Ángel Cabrera and Eduardo Romero would round out his dreamed threesome… The following are some of his personal favorites… Golf courses where he has played: Cordoba Golf Club and Olivos Golf Club… A movie: “Fast and Furious”… A book: “The Secret”… Food: “milanesa”… An athlete: Ángel Cabrera… A city: Cordoba, Argentina.

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