Sebastian Fernandez (born 8 Sep 1973) is an Argentine professional golfer.Fernandez was born in Buenos Aires. He worked as a caddy in Buenos Aires, before turning professional in 1991. He won the Argentine Tour Order of Merit in 2000. He won three Argentine PGA Championships, in 1991, 2001 and 2005, the first as an 18 year old, and also came second in 2003.Fernandez competed on the Challenge Tour from 2003 to 2007, winning one tournament, the Costa Rica Open in 2003, and finishing second in the Skandia PGA Open (Sweden) in 2003, the Costa Rica Open in 2005 and the Challenge of Ireland in 2006.Seventh place on the Challenge Tour Order of Merit in 2003 enabled Fernandez to play on the European Tour the following year. He managed a best finish of 16th position in the BMW International Open, and just missed out on retaining his tour card, ending the season 136th on the money list. In 2008 he played on the Nationwide Tour, achieving a best of 5th place in the New Zealand PGA Championship.In 2008 he was second in the Roberto de Vicenzo Classic.
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