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Born: 1982-01-07, Medellin, Colombia
Nationality: COL
Height: 5'9", Weight: 160lbs
Home: Jupiter, Fla.
College: Florida
Turned Pro: 2004
Joined PGA Tour: 2006
Official World Golf Ranking: 1114
Notes: Villegas was born in Medell?n, Colombia, and began playing golf as a child. After winning several different National Junior Championships in Colombia between the ages of 8 and 15, he became the first player, at 16, in Colombian golf history to win the Amateur's Grand Slam in the same year: The National Junior Championship (stroke play), the National Junior Championship (match play), the National Amateur Championship and the Colombian Open in the amateur category. Then, in...

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Camilo Villegas

Villegas was born in Medell?n, Colombia, and began playing golf as a child. After winning several different National Junior Championships in Colombia between the ages of 8 and 15, he became the first player, at 16, in Colombian golf history to win the Amateur's Grand Slam in the same year: The National Junior Championship (stroke play), the National Junior Championship (match play), the National Amateur Championship and the Colombian Open in the amateur category. Then, in 2001, he became only the second player to win the Colombian Open as an amateur. His success in Colombian golf throughout the 1990s earned him the distinction of "Player of the Decade" issued by the Colombian Golf Federation.
Villegas accepted an athletic scholarship to attend the University of Florida, where he played for coach Buddy Alexander's Florida Gators men's golf team in NCAA competition from 2001 to 2004. Villegas was an All-American all four years and graduated from Florida with a bachelor's degree in business administration in 2004. He turned pro after his graduation.
Popularity in his homeland caused Colombian TV to pick up 30 PGA Tour golf broadcasts in 2006. Villegas was featured in the July 2006 issue of GQ, and was selected as one of People Magazine's "Hottest Bachelors" in 2006, the only professional athlete chosen.
He was runner-up at the 1999 U.S. Junior Amateur at the Country Club of York (Pa.), where he fell to Hunter Mahan in the final, 4 and 2.
His brother, Manuel, also is a professional golfer and playing on the Web.com Tour and PGA Tour Latinoam?rica.
Villegas reached the PGA Tour in 2006 after finishing 13th on the 2005 Web.com Tour money list. After starting 2005 with no status on the Web.com Tour, he gained Special Temporary Membership with five top-10 finishes in his first 10 starts of the season.
In 2008 at the age of 26, he won twice in the FedExCup playoffs at the BMW Championship and the Tour Championship. Those wins came in a stretch in which he finished T-4th at the PGA Championship, then T-3rd at the Deutsche Bank Championship. His Tour Championship win came after defeating Sergio Garcia in a one-hole playoff. Finished 2nd in the FedExCup rankings and 7th on the money list.
Returned to the winner?s circle with his five-shot win at the 2010 Honda Classic, bouncing back from a rough season in 2009 when he dropped to 42nd in the FedExCup rankings.
Played on the 2009 Presidents Cup Team.
2005 Web.com Tour Summary: Tournaments entered - 26; in money - 22; top-10 finishes - 9; stroke average - 70.02 (ranked 5th); money - $233,218 (ranked 13th); best finish - T-2nd, BellSouth Panama Championship.
2011 Notes: Season got off to a bad start in Hawaii with a DQ and didn?t get back on track until the PGA Tour Playoffs for the FedExCup. Made only 14 of 25 cuts, but closed the season with three top 10s in his last four events, including a T-6th at the Barclays and BMW Championship.
2012 Notes: Did not record a top-10 finish in 21 starts in the regular season (best finish, T-18th at Zurich) to miss the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career. Finished the year 148th in the FedExCup race and for the first time out of the top 100 of the money list at 144th.
2013 Notes: Returned to the land of top 10s, finishing T-9th at the RBC Heritage and T-10th at the FedEx St. Jude Classic. After missing the FedExCup Playoffs for the first time in his career in 2012, made a return this season, thanks to five top-25 finishes in 16 made cuts. Was one of five players to advance from outside the top 100 in the FedExCup standings at The Barclays. Finished T-54th to move from 110th to 100th entering the Deutsche Bank Championship. His T-35th finish at the Deutsche Bank wasn't good enough to climb inside the top 70 and advance to the BMW Championship, the event he won in 2008. Finished 82nd in the FedExCup rankings and 117th on the money list.
2014 Notes: Had a rough start to the year, with no top 10s until he won the Wyndham Championship in August. It was his first PGA Tour win in more than four years, a span of 116 starts. Played in three FedExCup Playoff events, finishing 48th in the FedExCup rankings and 62nd on the money list.
2015 Notes: Only top-20 finish was a 16th at the Honda Classic. Went through a stretch of six events between the Valero Texas Open and the Wells Fargo in which he either missed the cut or withdrew.

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Career at a Glance: Starts: 372, Cuts Made: 252 (68%), Top Tens: 52 (14%) , Rounds: 1194, Scoring Avg: 70.88, Career Earnings: $20,866,882 - Best Finish: 1st (4 times)
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