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Born: 1980-10-13, Madrid, Spain
Nationality: SPN
Height: 5'11", Weight: 185lbs
Home: Madrid, Spain
Turned Pro: 2004
Joined PGA Tour: 2013
Official World Golf Ranking: 722
Notes: Fernandez-Castano was born in Madrid, Spain and he started playing golf under the tutelage of his father at age five. Although he was an accomplished tennis player, he became a golf professional in 2004 and finished 8th at that year's European Tour Qualifying School. In his 2005 rookie season on the Tour, he won the KLM Open and the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award. In 2006, he won the BMW Asian Open, which was co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the Asian To...

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Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano

Fernandez-Castano was born in Madrid, Spain and he started playing golf under the tutelage of his father at age five. Although he was an accomplished tennis player, he became a golf professional in 2004 and finished 8th at that year's European Tour Qualifying School.
In his 2005 rookie season on the Tour, he won the KLM Open and the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year award. In 2006, he won the BMW Asian Open, which was co-sanctioned by the European Tour and the Asian Tour. His position as one of Spain?s leading talents was further underlined by his victory at the 2006 BMW Asian Open in a playoff, after which he promptly proposed to his girlfriend, Alicia, whom he married later in the year.
In 2007, he won his third European Tour tournament, the Italian Open and he has finished in the top-60 of the Order of Merit in each of his nine seasons. He had one tour win in 2008, coming at the Quinn Insurance British Masters.
He finished runner-up at the 2009 Estoril Open de Portugal, losing in a playoff to Michael Hoey. He posted another runner-up result the next week at the Volvo China Open over Scott Strange and he finished second for the third consecutive week at the Ballantine's Championship, where he lost to Thongchai Jaidee in a three-way playoff in extremely tough conditions in Korea. He ended the season ranked 17th in the Race to Dubai.
In 2010, had six top-10s on the European Tour and finished 35th in the Race to Dubai, but the next year was a mixed bag. After suffering a back injury, he missed the cut at the Qatar Masters in February and didn't play again until August. Picked up his first top-10 in his ninth European Tour start, at the Bankia Madrid Masters in October. Added a second top-10, also in Spain at the Castello Masters in Valencia, where he finished 2nd but a distant 11 strokes behind winner Sergio Garcia. The next month, he won the rain-shortened Barclays Singapore Open, defeating Juvic Pagunsan in a playoff. Finished the year 19th in the Race to Dubai.
Captured his sixth European Tour title at the 2012 BMW Italian Open, but the victory came a few weeks too late to qualify for the European Ryder Cup team, which was captained by his good friend and compatriot Jose Maria Olazabal. Finished the 2012 season at 20th on the European money list, earning over 1 million euros.
2013 Notes: Reached the quarterfinals of the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship and finished T-3rd at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, T-8th at the ISPS Handa Wales Open, T-9th at the Volvo World Match Play Championship, Abu Dhabi Golf Championship, and T-10th at the U.S. Open. He earned enough money halfway through the season to qualify for Special Temporary Membership on the PGA Tour, which he accepted. He ended the season ranked 7th in the Race to Dubai, his best performance to date.
Since finishing T-4th at the Dunlop Phoenix and 11th at Nedbank Challenge, 2014 has been a struggle as his best finish in the calendar year had been a T-19 at the Volvo Open. All of that turned around at the RBC Canadian Open as he shot a final round 66 to finish T-4th.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 323, Cuts Made: 231 (72%), Top Tens: 41 (13%) , Rounds: 1074, Scoring Avg: 71.24, Career Earnings: $13,270,780 - Best Finish: 1st (7 times)
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