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Ricardo Gonzalez joined the Legends Tour in 2021, claiming his first title at the 2022 Sergio Melpignano Senior Italian Open – three shots ahead of James Kingston.

He finished 4th in the Race to Mauritius standings in 2023 after a season where he registered two runner-up finishes and one third place.
Gonzalez claimed his first PGA TOUR Champions victory at the Trophy Hassan II in Morocco in February 2024. He carded rounds of 69, 70 and 70 to finish at -10 on the par 73 Red Course at Royal Golf Dar Es Salam and end the week one shot ahead of fellow Legends Tour member Thomas Bjørn. The victory was made all the more enjoyable for Gonzalez by having his son Santiago on the bag for him throughout the week.
The Argentinian is a former caddie back in his homeland and comes from Rosario, the same city as football legend Lionel Messi! He has spent most of his professional playing career in Europe on both the Challenge Tour and DP World Tour where he enjoyed 17 unbroken years until 2015 including four victories and a near-miss with defeat in a play-off at the 2013 Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles.
Gonzalez has also won twice on the Challenge Tour and nine times on the TPG Tour in Argentina. He became the oldest Q-school graduate on the DP World Tour, aged 47 years and 24 days, when he earned his card back in 2016.

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Legends Tour victories 1
PGA TOUR Champions Wins 1
DP World Tour wins 4
Professional Wins 28
Turned Pro 1986

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