Key Stats / Facts (2012-2017)

Experiencing significant growth throughout the region, PGA TOUR Latinoamérica is into its sixth season in Latin America. The following facts and numbers help us illustrate the Tour’s journey up to this point:

6 – Tour seasons (2012-2017)87 – Number of official events sanctioned thru the 2017 BMW Jamaica Classic.

17 – Countries that have hosted official events: Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Peru, Guatemala, Chile, Ecuador, Honduras, Jamaica, Panama, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Nicaragua, the United States and Costa Rica.

61 – Different winners from 12 different countries who have won 86 events thru the 2017 BMW Jamaica Classic. Winner breakdown by country: United States (36), Argentina (23), Mexico (10), Colombia (8), Brazil (2), Australia (1), Canada (1), Chile (1), Guatemala (1), Spain (1), Peru (1) and Venezuela (1). Winner breakdown by region: Latin America (47), U.S. (36), Canada (1), Oceania (1) and Europe (1).

18 – Players who have won two or more events.

9 – Players who have won three events to share the most career wins on PGA TOUR Latinoamérica. Presented in the order in which they reached three career wins: Julián Etulain, Tommy Cocha, Rodolfo Cazaubón, Fabián Gómez, Timothy O’Neal, Jorge Fernández Valdés, Tyler McCumber, Nathan Lashley and José de Jesús Rodríguez.

$205,909 dollars – Money earned by Tour career earnings leader Emilio Domínguez (2012-2016).

$140,897 dollars – Single-season earnings record set by Nathan Lashley (2016).

82 – Most career starts record currently belongs to Nelson Ledesma (2012-2017), thru the 2017 BMW Jamaica Classic.

Youngest champion – Jorge Fernández Valdés, 20 years, 9 months, 13 days when winning the 2013 Mundo Maya Open in Merida, Mexico.

Oldest champion – Timothy O’Neal, 43 years, 9 months, 11 days when winning the 2016 Casa de Campo DR Open in the Dominican Republic.