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OSCAR FRAUSTRO

MEX

Exempt Status: .

Height: 1.82 m / 6-0.

Weight: 75 kg / 165 lbs.

Born 14.Jun.1982.

Turned PRO in 2006.

His birthplace is México DF, México.

Currently residing in Scottsdale, Arizona, Estados Unidos.

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Key Facts

PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA VICTORIES: (1): 2012 Dominican Republic Open.

MEXICAN TOUR VICTORIES: (8) 2006 Tijuana. 2007 Tijuana. 2010 Mérida. 2011 Merida and Culiacan. 2012 Veracruz, Bajamar and Leon.

PROFESSIONAL CAREER:
PGA TOUR Latinoamérica member 2012-2014. Web.com Tour member 2013-2014.

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… Made his World Cup debut in November at Royal Melbourne in Australia. Entered the final round of the 60-player field event in a tie for twelfth, but carded a 74 to finish T20... Only PGA TOUR Latinoamérica start came at the season opening 55th Abierto Mexicano, where he finished T9 in March.

2012: Finished the inaugural season of PGA TOUR Latinoamérica ranked second on the Tour’s Order of Merit to join “Los Cinco” who earned status to play the 2013 season on the Web.com Tour… Collected a win, three runner-up finishes, five top 5’s, seven top 25’s and missed two cuts in ten starts… Earned US $70,914.79 in prize money… Won the Dominican Republic Open by a margin of four strokes on November 11 at Cana Bay Golf Club in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Posted rounds of 70-70-67-71 for a total of 278 (-10) and a winner’s check for US $22,500… Made his Tour debut with a solo second finish at the season opening Mundo Maya Open at the Yucatán CC in Merida, Mexico. Entered the final round in a tie for the seventh spot, but carded a best of the final round 65 (-7) to claim a check for US $16,200… In October, came from behind once again to tie for second at the Roberto De Vicenzo Invitational Copa NEC in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Posted a best of the final round 64 (-8) to move up from a tie for the fourteenth spot… Entered the final round of the season ending 107th Visa Open de Argentina leading by one, but lost by four to two-major champion Ángel Cabrera. On his way to finishing in a two-way tie for second he challenged Cabrera with an impressive run of eagle-birdie-eagle to trail by only one stroke with three holes left to play. Found water off the tee at the 16th to card a double-bogey that allowed Cabrera to escape… 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…Three wins and two runner-up finishes in only seven starts turned him into the Mexican Tour’s Order of Merit No. 1.

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 twice and had two runner-up finishes on the Mexican Tour. Collected his wins at the Yucatan CC in Merida and at the CC de Culiacan. His second place finish on the Mexican Tour’s Order of Merit earned him a card for the 2012 season on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica… Won a Pepsi Tour event at Troon North in Arizona.

2010: Made eight cuts in 10 starts on the Asian Tour, where he had four top-25 finishes. His best Asian Tour finish was T14 at the Brunei Open. Finished the season ranked No. 139… Missed the cut at the Mexico Open in his only Web.com Tour start… Earned his third career title on the Mexican Tour in Merida. Had three top-10s in four starts to finish No. 9 on the Mexican Order of Merit.

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.

2007: For the second consecutive year won in Tijuana to make it two career wins on the Mexican Tour.

2006: As a rookie on the Mexican Tour, won his first career title on that circuit later in the season in Tijuana.

AMATEUR CAREER: Enjoyed a solid career at the University of South Florida (USF) and was the top ranked amateur in Mexico between 2003 and 2005.

PERSONAL: Full name Oscar Fraustro Garza… Twitter: @oscarfraustro… 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.

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