Fabian Gomez Wins First Career PGA Tour Card At St. Jude Classic

After  beating  the England’s Greg Owen  by  four,  Fabian  Gomez  of  Argentina managed  to win  his first  PGA tour of  his  career title  on  Sunday at  the St. Jude  classic. This   achievement  is  also  enough to  win  Fabian Gomez  a  trip to the United  States.

Through his translator,  Gomez  said, "Even if I won many tournaments, winning here on the PGA Tour is something astonishing, and I'm going to enjoy the jiffy with my family”
After  winning  the  St. Jude Classic, Fabian  Gomez  opens  up  and says “winning  a  tournament is a big  thing  because  you  have  two-year  exemption  and  after that probably play a little less stressful every week and not thinking too much “Keep your card,' you know''

Gomez  from the  rumor,   knows  how rough it  can  be  to  ensure  that  he  maintains  the that attained  tour  card  for  himself. He was on tour in 2011and 2013 before  having to  earn this  card back  for  the  year 2014  and  2015  by  partaking  in  the Web.com tour. 

Having  taken  a cash  cheque  of $1.08 million was  a  good start, after  starting the round,  the 36  year  old Gomez from  Argentina tied  for  the  run with Greg  Owen. Here Gomez  finished 13  under  the  four shots ahead  of the  opponent  the  Englishman Greg Owen.

After  Gomez  shared  an  overnight  lead  with  Owen  and  he  made  72  holes of  70 hole  for  Owen,  he  became  the  first  Argentina to  scoop  to  win on  the  US  tour  since Angel  Cabrera  at  last  year’s  Greenbrier  Classic.



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