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Full name  Horacio Carbonetti
Professional wins  31
U.S. Open  DNP
Height  1.75 m
European seniors tour  2
Masters Tournament  DNP
Role  Golfer
Former tours  PGA European Tour
Nationality  Argentina
Name  Horacio Carbonetti
Turned professional  1978

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Born  17 November 1947 (age 68) Rio Cuarto, Cordoba, Argentina (1947-11-17)
Other  12 (regular) 17 (senior)

The Open Championship  CUT: 1980 (3rd round)
Current tours  European Seniors Tour

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Horacio Carbonetti (born 17 November 1947) is an Argentine professional golfer. He is the brother of golfer Luis Carbonetti.

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Carbonetti was born in Río Cuarto, Córdoba. He won multiple amateur tournaments, mostly in Argentina. In 1976, he lost by playoff the Simon Bolivar Cup Professional Championship in Venezuela. He turned professional in 1977.

In his debut tournament as a professional, Carbonetti was second at the Metropolitan Open behind Florentino Molina in 1977. In 1980, he shot a 64 in the second round of The Open Championship, at Muirfield, setting a new course record. He won the Argentine Tour Order of Merit in 1980 and the Cordoba Tour Order of Merit in 2001. He played on the European Tour from 1978 to 1981.

Carbonetti is currently a member of European Seniors Tour and has won two tournaments on this tour.

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Amateur wins (27)

  • 1967 Rio Cuarto Open
  • 1968 La Cumbre Open
  • 1969 Center Open
  • 1970 Amateur Argentine Open
  • 1971 Abierto del Litoral, Porto Alegre Open (Brazil)
  • 1972 Porto Alegre Open (Brazil), Argentine National Amateur Championship, Gordon Kenneth Cup, Luis Gestoso Grand Prix, Alvear Grand Prix
  • 1973 Center Open, Quito City Open (Ecuador)
  • 1974 San Pablo Open (Brazil), Luis Gestoso Grand Prix, La Cumbre Open
  • 1975 Acantilados Grand Prix, Santo Domingo Open (Chile), Argentine National Amateur Championship
  • 1976 Simon Bolivar Cup (Venezuela), Mendoza Open, Chaco Open
  • 1977 Ranelagh Open, Velox Grand Prix, Argentine National Amateur Championship, Abierto del Litoral, Fultom Grand Prix
  • Argentine wins (8)

  • 1980 Acantilados Grand Prix, Santa Teresita Open, North Open
  • 1985 JPGA Championship
  • 1996 Callaway Cup
  • 2002 Ascochingas Tournament, Villa Mercedes Grand Prix
  • 2004 Acantilados Grand Prix
  • Other wins (4)

  • 1972 Porto Alegre Open (Brazil) (as amateur)
  • 1984 Rio de Janeiro Cup's (Brazil)
  • 1985 Los Leones Open (Chile)
  • 1988 Cali Open (Colombia)
  • Argentina senior wins (14)

  • 1997 Argentine Senior Open
  • 1998 Argentine Senior PGA Championship, South Senior Open
  • 1999 Argentine Senior Open, La Plata Senior Grand Prix, Roberto de Vicenzo Senior Classic, Fidel De Luca Senior Classic
  • 2000 Argentine Senior Open
  • 2001 Argentine Senior Open
  • 2002 Argentine Senior Open, Acantilados Senior Grand Prix
  • 2003 Argentine Senior PGA Championship
  • 2004 Argentine Senior PGA Championship (tie with Adan Sowa)
  • 2005 Argentine Senior Open
  • Other senior wins (3)

  • 1998 Seniors Classic (USA)
  • 1999 Maryland Senior Open (USA)
  • 2002 European Senior Tour Qualifying School (Portugal)
  • Team appearances

    Amateur

  • Eisenhower Trophy (3): 1972, 1974, 1976
  • South American Cup (Los Andes Cup) (9): 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973 (winners), 1974 (winners), 1975, 1976 (winners), 1977 (winners)
  • Hispanidad Cup (2): 1972 (winners), 1974
  • Vigil Cup (Argentine) (6): 1967, 1969, 1970, 1975 (winners), 1976 (winners), 1977 (winners)
  • References

    Horacio Carbonetti Wikipedia