Exempt Status: Top 60 Order of Merit 2019.
Height: 1.78 m / 5-10.
Weight: 76 kg / 167 lbs.
Turned PRO in 2002.
His birthplace is Río Cuarto, Córdoba, Argentina.
Currently residing in Río Cuarto, Córdoba, Argentina.
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PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA WINS: (1) 2012 59º Aberto do Brasil presented by Credit Suisse Hedging-Griffo.
OTHER CAREER VICTORIES: (3) 2008 Carlos Franco Invitational [TLA]. 2012 Abierto de La Rioja [Argentina], Abierto Termas de Río Hondo [Argentina].
PGA TOUR Latinoamérica member in 2012-2014. Web.com Tour member in 2013. European Tour member in 2010-2011.
2013: Made the cut in 7 of his 19 starts on the Web.com Tour. Finished the season ranked No. 132 on the Money List. His best finishes were T15 at the WNB Golf Classic and T17 at the Brasil Classic Presented by HSBC… Played the last three events of the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica season, making the cut at the Personal Classic (12) and at the 87th Abierto de Chile (T13)… Made four starts on the Argentine Tour with a T7 finish at the inaugural Andrés Romero Invitational as his only top-25 finish.
2012: Finished the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica season ranked third in the Order of Merit to join “Los Cinco” who earned status on the Web.com Tour… Collected a win, two runner-up finishes, four top 5’s, six top 10’s, ten top 25’s and missed only one cut in eleven starts… Earned US $63,597.29 in prize money… Won the 59th Brazil Open presented by Credit Suise Hedging-Griffo on October 6 at the Sao Fernando GC in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Claimed that win and a US $23,400 check by defeating Mexico’s José de Jesús Rodríguez in a playoff hole after carding a final round 65 (-6) to tie for first at 15-under par 269… Earned his 2012 PGA TOUR Latinoamérica card by finishing as the 15th ranked player on the Tour de las Americas Order of Merit. His best TLA finish was runner-up at the Abierto del Nordeste in Chaco, Argentina in May… Won the Abierto de la Rioja and the Abierto Termas de Rio Hondo to finish No. 1 on the Argentine Tour ranking.
2011: Made the cut in six of nine starts on the European Tour but did not register a top-25 finish.
2010: Made the cut in 12 of 20 starts on the European Tour with his best week coming at the Austrian Golf Open where he was solo eighth.
2009: Made two cuts in two starts on the Web.com Tour, finishing T13 at the Panama Claro Championship and then T44 at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open.
2008: Won his first career title, at the Tour de las Americas’ Carlos Franco Invitational in Paraguay.
2003: Made his first and only PGA TOUR start, at the FBR Capital Open, only a year after turning pro. Entered the event as medalist of the Monday qualifier but shot 78-75 to miss the cut at the TPC Avenel... Lost a three-hole playoff to his countryman Rodolfo González for the 98th Abierto de Argentina in December at Olivos GC.
PERSONAL: He is married and has a son also named Clodomiro, born in 2010… As a little kid his relatives and friends shortened his name to “Miri” and the nickname stuck.
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