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Estatura: 1.82 m / 6-0.

Peso: 71 kg / 157 lbs.

Nació el 02.May.1979.

Se hizo profesional en 2002.

Nació en Medellín, Colombia .

Actualmente reside en Windermere, Florida, USA.


Member of the Tour in 2007-14.

2013: Made the cut in 10 of 24 Tour starts, with three top-10 finishes. Slow start to season began with missed cuts in the first four tournaments, which included stops in Panama, Chile and his home country of Colombia..Earned his first top-10 finish of the year, a T8, at the South Georgia Classic in late April…Fired rounds of 67-68 on the weekend at the Air Capital Classic to finish T4 in Wichita, his second top 10 of the year…Posted top-20 finishes in two of his last three Regular Season starts - Mylan Classic (T18) and Cox Classic (T12)…Made the cut in just one of the four Tour Finals' events, but in his one made cut finished T8 at the Chiquita Classic.

2012: Made the cut in 14 of 25 starts and had six top-10 finishes to wind up No. 26 on the final money list...Was T9 at the inaugural Chile Classic to reach No. 31 on the money list. Would not fall below that number for the remainder of the year...Was T5 at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open, where he held the second-round lead. Rounds of 66-63 put him at 13-under after two days at Le Triomphe for a one-shot lead. It was the first time in his career he had held/shared the lead after any single round. Failed to mount a charge on the weekend, shooting consecutive rounds of 1-under 70 to finish at 15-under par and nine shots back of winner Casey Wittenberg...Had another T5 the following week at the Soboba Classic after opening with 75...Opened 66-69-68 at the Utah Championship, shot a final-round, 1-under 70 at Willow Creek CC to T9, four strokes behind winner Doug LaBelle II...Added his fifth top-10, with a T4 at the Price Cutter Charity Championship and moved up two spots to No. 19 on the money list...In late September, fell out of the top 25 for the first time since March...A T10 at the Winn-Dixie Jacksonville Open moved him up three spots to No. 25, entering the season-ending Tour Championship...Finished T19 at that season-ending event at TPC Craig Ranch but fell to No. 26 in the standings and missed his 2013 PGA TOUR card by $940.

2011: After posting five top-25 finishes in his first 17 starts, finally broke into the top-10 with a T3 at the Albertsons Boise Open. His 15-under total was three shots back of winner Jason Kokrak. Opened the tournament with a rare double eagle during the first round. Holed a 4-iron from 247 yards at the par-5, third hole. Moved up 19 spots on the money list, to No. 49. Play was solid down the stretch in 2011, making the cut in six of his final seven starts. Closed the year with a T5 at the Tour Championship in South Carolina. Earned enough to move up 14 places and end the season No. 35 on the final money list, his best in his five Tour seasons...Ended the season No. 8 in Total Birdies and No. 9 in Putting Average.

2010: Made 13 of 21 cuts on the Tour, with a pair of top 10s. Finished No. 63 on the final money list...Earned his first top-10 of the year with a T7 at the Fort Smith Classic. Fired a final-round 65 to move up Sunday. Finish was the second-best of his career, topped only by a T5 at the season-opening Movistar Panama Championship in 2007...Equaled his best career finish 11 starts later at the Soboba Classic. Fired a course-record-equaling 9-under 62 in the third round, a career best. That put him in the final group on Sunday, two strokes back. A disappointing 1-over 72 in the final round left him T5...Finished T30 at the 2010 PGA TOUR Qualifying Tournament, one stroke from qualifying for the PGA TOUR.

2009: Was No. 84 on the 2009 Tour money list...Had five top-25 finishes among his eight made cuts but cracked the top 10 only once...Finished T8 at the Price Cutter Charity Championship, his first Tour top 10 since the 2007 Chattanooga Classic.

2008: Made the cut in five of his dozen starts, with a T15 at the Price Cutter Charity Championship his best finish. Also made a hole-in-one during the third round of that event.

2007: Made the cut in 10 of 23 events on the Tour, with four top-25 finishes...Ended the season No. 93 on the money list, with $62,308...Posted first-ever top-10 finish, with a T5 at the season-opening Movistar Panama Championship. Opened with rounds of 70-70-72 but stormed back with the round of the day Sunday, a 5-under 65 that was later matched by champion Miguel Carballo. Only other top-10 finish was a T8 at the Chattanooga Classic...Had made just one cut in nine career starts on the Tour prior to 2007.

2005: Finished 74th at the BellSouth Classic, representing his only made cut in two career starts on the PGA TOUR.

2003: Played his rookie season, making just one cut in eight starts—a T67 at the Preferred Health Systems Wichita Open...Has played on the NGA Hooters Tour, finishing No. 33 on the 2006 money list, with eight top-25 finishes in 16 appearances.

AMATEUR CAREER: Enjoyed an outstanding career at the University of Florida, highlighted by the Gators' national championship in 2001, thanks, in large part, to his second-place finish in the individual competition. Medalist at the 1999 and 2002 Southeastern Conference Championships. In 1999, he became the first freshman in Florida history to win the SEC individual title, carding a 2-over-par 218. Three-time South American Junior champion.

PERSONAL: Biggest thrill in golf is coming down the 18th hole knowing he's going to win. Biggest thrill outside of golf is watching his daughter grow up…First car was a Chevrolet Sprint…Never travels without his vitamins…Favorite course is Bay Hill Club and would like to play Augusta National. Favorite college team is the Florida Gators. Favorite TV shows are "Criminal Minds" and "Burn Notice." Favorite athlete to watch is Roger Federer. Favorite food is Colombian. Favorite city to visit is Paris and favorite vacation spot is Aruba…Dream foursome would include his father…Says not many people know he used to be a very good tennis player growing up…Favorite gadget is his GPS…Keeps peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, protein bars and bananas in his golf bag for snacks.

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