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Luis Carbonetti

Luis Carbonetti
— Golfer —
Personal information
Full name Luis Guillermo Carbonetti
Born (1953-04-23) 23 April 1953 (age 61)
Río Cuarto, Córdoba
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Nationality  Argentina
Career
Turned professional 1984
Current tour(s) European Seniors Tour
Former tour(s) European Tour
Champions Tour
Professional wins 28
Number of wins by tour
European Seniors Tour 3
Other 22 (regular)
3 (senior)

Luis Guillermo Carbonetti (born 23 April 1953) is an Argentine professional golfer. He is the brother of golfer Horacio Carbonetti.

Carbonetti was born in Río Cuarto, Córdoba. As an amateur, he played on five Eisenhower Trophy teams and won the individual title twice (1982 and 1984). He turned pro in 1984.

Carbonetti won the Argentine Tour Order of Merit in 1985 and Cordoba Tour Order of Merit 2002. He also played on the European Tour in the 1980s and 1990s. His best finishes on tour were a pair of T-7 in 1989 at the Lancia Italian Open and Torras Monte Carlo Open.

Carbonetti played on the U.S.-based Champions Tour in 2003 and is now a member of the European Seniors Tour and has three victories on this tour.

Amateur wins (43)

Professional wins (28)

Argentine wins (15)

Cordoba Tour wins (2)

  • 2002 Jockey Club Cordoba Tournament, Ascochigas Club Tournament

Other wins (5)

  • 1978 San Pablo Open (Brazil) (as amateur)
  • 1987 Ciudad del Este Open (Paraguay), 1987 Swesish Challenge
  • 1990 Santo Domingo Open (Chile)
  • 1996 Callaway Cup (Argentine), Brahma Challenge (Argentine)

European Seniors Tour wins (3)

Other senior wins (3)

  • 2004 Acantilados Senior Grand Prix, Punta del Este Senior Open (Uruguay), Cadillac Senior Classic (USA)

Team appearances

Amateur

  • Eisenhower Trophy (representing Argentina): 1976, 1978, 1980, 1982 (individual winner), 1984 (individual winner, tie)
  • South American Cup (Los Andes Cup): 1975, 1976 (winner), 1977 (winner), 1978 (winner), 1981 (winner), 1982, 1983, 1984 (winner)
  • Vigil Cup (Argentine): 1975 (winner), 1976 (winner), 1977 (winner), 1979, 1980, 1984 (individual winner)

Professional

  • World Cup (representing Argentina): 1990, 1993

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