Rafael Gómez (born 27 December 1967) is an Argentine professional golfer.Gómez was born in Buenos Aires. He turned professional in 1990. He played on the European Challenge Tour in 2003 and 2005-07 and the European Tour from 2005 to 2007. He played on the U.S.-based Nationwide Tour in 2004 and a few events on the PGA Tour. His best finish on the PGA Tour was 38th place in The International in 2002. His best finish on the European Tour was 22th place in the KLM Open in 2006.Gómez won the TPG Tour Order of Merit in 2007 and the Tour de las Americas Order of Merit in 2001/02 and 2004. He was second in Los Encinos Open in 2002, Mexican Open in 2006 and the Colombian Open in 2008. Gómez and Ángel Cabrera have the most tournament wins on the Tour de las Americas with eight victories.
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