MATIAS O CURRY
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Height: 1.86 m / 6-2.
Weight: 90 kg / 198 lbs.
Turned PRO in 2008.
His birthplace is Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Currently residing in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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PGA TOUR LATINOAMÉRICA WINS: (1) 2012 Arturo Calle Colombian Open.
OTHER VICTORIES: (1) 2011 93rd Campeonato Abierto del Sur [Argentina].
Web.com Tour member in 2013. PGA TOUR Latinoamérica member in 2012-2014.
2013: Made only four cuts in 20 starts on the Web.com Tour. Finished the season ranked No. 203 on the Money List to lose his card. His best finish was T33 at the Chile Classic, an event in which he carded a 65 on the final round… Played the second half of the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica season to finish ranked No. 53 in the Order of Merit and keep full exempt status for the 2014 season. Had a third place finish, two top-25 finishes and made the cut in three of his seven starts. His best finish was T3 at the Personal Classic in Buenos Aires, Argentina in December. A week earlier he carded a 65 for the opening round lead of the 87th Abierto de Chile. Was tied for second through 36 holes. Dropped off contention with a third round of 77 and finished T15.
2012: Finished the PGA TOUR Latinoamérica season ranked No. 4 in 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, two third place finishes, five top 10’s, eight top 25’s and missed only two cuts in eleven starts… Earned US $54,285.31 in prize money… Won the 65th Arturo Calle Colombian Open at the Club El Rincón de Cajicá in Bogota, Colombia on September 23. Shot 71-69-68-71 for a total of 279 (-8) and earned US $22,500 on a course that played extremely tough for the rest of the field. His eight-stroke margin of victory in Bogota was the largest of the season… At the 59th Brazil Open presented by Credit Suisse Hedging-Griffo shot 9-under par 62 on the final round to set the Sao Fernando GC’s new course record and finish the tournament as the solo third. That final round of eight birdies, one eagle and one bogey was the Tour’s low 18 this season…Shot under par on each of his first twenty rounds on Tour… Earned his PGA TOUR Latinoamérica card by finishing T5 at the Qualifying Tournament at Hurlingham Club in Buenos Aires, Argentina in June.
2011: Won his first career title at the Argentine Tour’s Campeonato Abierto del Sur in February. Shot 64-66-67-66--277 to win by two strokes over his countryman Clodomiro Carranza at the historic Mar del Plata GC.
OTHER DETAILS: Started his professional career on the Argentine Tour in January of 2008… Played on the Tour de las Americas between 2009 and 2012.
AMATEUR CAREER: Won numerous amateur events including the Argentine Junior Championship and the Emilio Pereira Iraola Cup that went to the low-amateur finisher at the 1999 Argentine Open.
PERSONAL: After earning his law degree at the Universidad Católica Argentina in 2007, he opted to become a professional player in January of 2008… Married Carolina Dantiacq in 2011... Loves to join friends for Argentine-style barbecues… Likes to play poker and calls himself a huge fan of River Plate of the Argentine soccer league…Started playing golf at age 5… Affiliated to Olivos Golf Club in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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