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.