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Height: 1.78 m / 5-10.

Weight: 78 kg / 172 lbs.

Born 22.Jan.1981.

Turned PRO in 2007.

His birthplace is Irapuato, México.

Currently residing in Irapuato, México.

Key Facts

PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA VICTORIES: (2): 2013 Roberto De Vicenzo Invitational Copa NEC, Arturo Calle Colombian Classic presented by Avianca.

PGA TOUR CANADA VICTORIES: (2): 2011 Times Colonist Open, Mexican PGA Championship.

MEXICAN TOUR VICTORIES: (13) 2008 Puebla 2010 Guadalajara, Mazatlan, Puebla, Mexico City 2011 Guadalajara, Torreon 2012 Yucatan, Monterrey 2013 Yucatan, Veracruz, San Luis Potosi, Chihuahua.

PGA TOUR Latinoamérica member in 2012 and 2013. Tour member in 2014.

2013: Finished the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica ranked No. 2 in the Order of Merit with $98,382 in earnings, only $752 behind Florida’s Ryan Blaum, who moved past him on the very last event of the season… Had kept the Order of Merit top spot since April and seemed impossible to catch after taking a $30,000 lead with his second win of the season in early November. His strong lead slipped away when he missed two cuts and earned just $2,073.75 over the last four events of the season… As the second ranked player among Los Cinco he earned status to compete on the Tour in 2014… Had two victories, both of them in playoff, one runner-up finish, two third place finishes, six top-10 finishes and 11 cuts made in 13 starts… Won the Roberto De Vicenzo Invitational Copa NEC on April 28 following a sudden death playoff against Timothy O’Neal of the USA and Sebastián Saavedra of Argentina. After posting scores of 71, 66, 66 and 68 to tie with them for first at 17-under par 271, Rodríguez secured the title with a birdie on the second playoff hole. This was his first career win in thirteen starts on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica. The winner’s check for $27,000 helped him claim the top spot in the Order of Merit after only three starts… Collected his second win of the season on November 3rd at the Arturo Calle Colombian Classic presented by Avianca. Posted rounds of 67, 73, 65 and 65 to finish in a two-way tie for first with Manuel Villegas at 14-under par 270. Defeated Villegas with a par on the second playoff hole at the 233-yard par-three hole 9 at the San Andrés Golf Club in Bogota. Trailing the leader by eight shots at the beginning of the final round, he also managed to set a Tour record for the largest comeback to win a tournament. The largest comebacks prior to this were by Clodomiro Carranza at the 2012 Aberto do Brasil and by Ángel Cabrera at the 2013 Abierto OSDE del Centro, who overcame six shot deficits before their playoff wins. His Colombian Classic win also turned him into the second two-time winner this season, behind Florida’s Ryan Blaum who won the Dominican Republic Open and the Aberto do Brasil… Halfway through March claimed runner-up honors at the TransAmerican Power Products CRV Open at Atlas CC in Guadalajara, Mexico. Carded a bogey-free 66 in the final round to lose by one to Manuel Villegas of Colombia… His two third place finishes came at the 66th Arturo Calle Colombian Open presented by Diners Club in Pereira, Colombia and at the Mundo Maya Open in Merida, Mexico in June… In May, making his only Tour start this year, tied for sixth at the Mexico Championship Presented by Banamex at El Bosque Golf Club in Leon, Guanajuato. That was his third career top 10 on the Tour… Shot a couple of 72’s to miss the cut by three strokes at the PGA TOUR’s OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Playa del Carmen, Mexico in November. Received an sponsor exemption into that event as the No. 1 ranked player on the Mexican Tour… With four wins in eight starts he went on to finish the Mexican Tour season holding a large lead as the Order of Merit No. 1. Collected his victories at the Yucatan Country Club in February, the Club de Golf La Villa Rica in Veracruz in April, the La Loma Club de Golf in San Luis Potosi in July and at the Campestre de Chihuahua in September. Increased his total of career wins on the Mexican Tour to a record of 13.

2012: Finished the season ranked 9th on the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica Order of Merit… Had a runner-up finish, three top 10’s, five top 25’s and seven cuts made in ten starts… Earned US$27,434.79 in prize money… Lost a playoff hole for the title of the 59th Brazil Open presented by Credit Suisse Hedging-Griffo to Argentina’s Clodomiro Carranza after tying for first at 15-under par 269… An opening round of 7-under par 65 at the Mundo Maya Open – an event he finished in a tie for eighth – turned him into the first leader PGA TOUR Latinoamérica ever had… Earned his PGA TOUR Latinoamérica card as one of five players exempt from the Mexican Tour.

2011: Won two events on the PGA TOUR Canada to finish the season No. 1 in the Order of Merit…Represented Mexico at the World Cup for the first time in his career. Teamed with Oscar Serna to finish T13 at Mission Hills GC on Hainan Island, China.

2010: Opened with a 74 at the Mexico Open Bicentenary but easily made the cut when he came back with a 64 inthe second round. Fired a final-round 68 at El Bosque GC to finish solo fourht, two strokes behind winner Jamie Lovemark...By virtue of his Mexico Open high finish, earned a spot in the next tournament, the Ford Wayne Gretzky Classic, where he missed the cut.

2009: Made his first PGA TOUR cut, finishing T38 at the Mayakoba Golf Classic. Had four par-or-better rounds at El Camaleon GC.

2008: Made his first Tour cut, finishing T7 at the Mexico Open on the strength of a final-round 66 at Tres Marias GC in Morelia, Mexico.

PERSONAL: Full name is José de Jesús Rodríguez Martínez… Nicknamed “Camarón” (Shrimp) since he was a little boy… Wife, Bianca González (2004)… Father of two, Ximena (2006) and José de Jesús Jr. (2008)… Affiliated to the Club de Golf Santa Margarita… His golf instructor is his older brother Rosendo Rodríguez… His favorite professional team is UNAM Pumas from the Mexican Football League (soccer)… His favorite book is “The Secret”… Says Cancun is his favorite vacation spot… Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott would round out his dreamed foursome… Says that every time he wins a tournament the first thing he does is thank heaven for it… His biggest dream is to become a member of the PGA TOUR.

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