Brief History:

During 4 years studying Agricultural Engineering at the University National of La Plata, where I realized my true vocation was to be a Golf courses Designer, course running only in the UK. So, I decided to take this way. Previously, I needed to get experience in maintenance and construction of golf courses, with the pillar that designing and maintenance go by the hand in the construction of a field. What led me to work at Sierra de la Ventana Golf Club, where I took my first steps. Then moved to Buenos Aires to complete an internship of Golf Courses Maintenance, issued by the Argentina Golf Association (AAG).

At the end of the internship, trip to England targeting to get St Andrews, Scotland, where golf was born and learn from this wonderful course and its roots.

In order to survive in England and get more knowledge in the maintenance of golf courses, I began to look jobs in some of its fields. Fortunately for the hand of an English friend, I found work as a greenkeeper at Wisley Golf Club. Club located south of London, where I worked for 3 years and learned most of the concepts of course maintenance, this being a top international field, designed by Robert Trent Jones Junior.

Then, I moved to St Andrews, Scotland, hired by the firm St Andrews Links Trust as a greenkepper, where works on the Old Course for The Open 2005 and the construction of The Castle Course at St Andrews Links. Learning about the preparation of a course for a grand slam tournament, as the Open at St Andrews is. Also learned on golf course construction, having the opportunity to work in a construction of The Castle Course, designed by David McLay Kidd Design

After St Andrews, got the succeeds in entering to study the career of “ Professional Golf Courses Design." Course given by the European Institute of Golf Course Architects, at five education centers in Europe: University of London: England / Deula, Kempen: Germany / University of Dublin: Ireland / Dom Pedro Resort: Portugal and the University of St Andrews, Scotland. Getting a scholarship from the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews (R & A). Institution to which I am eternally grateful for their help and support of the Argentina Golf Association, which allowed me to finish my studies.
With the completion of the course at the University of St Andrews on 2009, I returned to Argentina to start working. Currently working on the design of golf courses and renovations of existing fields.

> THE EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF GOLF COURSE ARCHITECTS (EIGCA) - St Andrews, Escocia - Professional Golf Course Design.
Scholarship by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews (R&A).
Course running on five's Europe's education centers:
- England: University of London
- Germany: DEULA University
- Ireland: University of Dublin
- Portugal: Dom Pedro Resort
- Scotland: University of St Andrews
(Graduate: September, 2009).

Scholarship by the Argentina Golf Association (AAG)

Golf Course Superintendent Association of America Member - GCSAA

> Internship on Golf Course Maintenance. Running by the Argentina Golf Association (AAG)
( 2001)

> Oxford English Institute
– Bahia Blanca, Argentina.
English high course (2002)

> Four year studying Engineear Agronomist on Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina –
(1996 - 2000)
> 2012 GCSAA Education Conference & The Golf Industry Show - Las Vegas, Febrero 2012.

> Dr. Bruce Martin, “Turf Diseases” - Reunión Técnica y exposición comercial de golf - Rosario, October 2010.

> Real State, Argentina 2010. Congreso de Desarrolladores e Inversiones Inmobiliarias. Presentation, Carlos Paz Country & Golf. Buenos Aires, August 2010.

> Arquitecto Mark Adams. Golf course Remodelation. Reunión AAG. Mar del Plata, 2009.

> Elizabeth Guertal Ph.D. Soil Science Conference. Reunión AAG. Mar del Plat,a 2009.

> Dr. Tim Murphy. Weeds Identification on Turfs. Reunión AAG, Pilar Golf, October 2006.

> Sr Bob Hunt. Aspects to build and design a golf course. Reunión AAG, San Isidro, December 2005.
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