|* Calculated on holes #2 and #14|
|Angel Cabrera +9|
Caddied at home club of friend and mentor Eduardo Romero until turning pro at age of 20
Romero was instrumental in helping Cabrera financially during his fledgling days as a touring pro
Oldest son, Federico, qualified for the 2006 U.S. Amateur Public Links Championship
Nicknamed "El Pato" (The Duck)
First player from South America to win the U.S. Open and Masters; claimed green jacket in 2009 defeating Kenny Perry and Chad Campbell in a sudden-death playoff. Held off Jim Furyk and world No. 1 Tiger Woods to win U.S. Open title in 2007 at Oakmont (Pa.) C.C.
Joined Jack Nicklaus and Ben Hogan as only players to win a U.S. Open at Oakmont and claim a Masters title.