Cristiano TERRAGNI

Cristiano TERRAGNI

ITA Italy
HEIGHT: 172CM
WEIGHT: 70KG
BIRTHDATE: 1990-09-02
BIRTHPLACE: Milan, Italy
FAMILY: Single
TURNED PROFESSIONAL: 2011

CAREER VICTORIES (1): 2011 Feudo di Asti Open [Alps].

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Current Year: Qualified for the Ping An Bank China Tour – PGA TOUR China Series by finishing 16th in the Second Global Qualifying Tournament. Earned partially exempt status…A week after missing the cut at the United Investment Real Estate Wuhan Open, played solid golf all week with four under-par rounds (66-67-70-66) to T4 with Jarin Todd for his first top-10 in only his third start...Only an opening, 3-over 74 kept him from really making noise at the Yulongwan Yunnan Open. After the slow start in Kunming, rattled off consecutive rounds of 67 before closing with a 64 Sunday to T10 with Xinjun Zhang.

2015: Played primarily on the Alps Golf Tour. Finished 34th on the Order of Merit. First top-10 of his season came in May, at the Open Frassanelle. In the 36-hole event, was one shot off the lead going into the final round but fired a 2-over 73 to tie with four others…In July, added an eighth-place effort at the Servizitalia Open. Opened with a 1-over 73 then recovered with scores of 68-66 to finish at 9-under…Best performance was a T7 at the Abruzzo Open at Miglianico G&CC. In the 54-hole event, rounds of 70-68-69 left him tied with five others, five shots shy of winner, amateur Luca Cianchetti. 

2014: In 17 Alps Golf Tour starts, enjoyed one top-10, a T7 showing at the Flory van Donck Trophy in July. Had a disappointing, second-round 78 that kept him from contending...Concluded the season 49th on the Order of Merit. 

2013: Made 16 Alps Golf Tour appearances, his best finishes 29th-place showings at both the Red Sea Little Venice Open and the Open International de Rebetz. Ended the year 41st on the Order of Merit.

2012: Played in 15 Alps Golf Tour tournaments. At the Flory Van Donck Trophy in July, finished 34th for his top performance of the campaign. On the Order of Merit, finished 91st.

2011: Broke through in big fashion in June when he won the Feudo di Asti Open in Italy. Began with a 6-under 70 and was in fifth place through 18 holes. Added a 2-under 68 in the second round and trailed Julien Foret by three shots with a round to play in the 54-hole event. Fired a final-round 62 to overtake Foret to finish at 16-under, two clear of Foret…Added one other top-10—a week later, at the Allianz Open Mirabelle d’Or. Those two finishes led to a 16th-place finish on the Order of Merit. 

2010: Earned his Alps Golf Tour playing privileges for 2011 by finishing fourth at the Alps Tour Qualifying School.
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