Fidel de Luca (29 April 1922 – 6 June 2007) was an Argentine professional golfer. Born in San Isidro, Buenos Aires, he worked as a caddie in Buenos Aires, before turning professional in 1948.
De Luca won the Argentine Professional Ranking nine times, but only competed in three major championships, appearing twice in the British Open, in 1958 and 1960, and once in the Masters Tournament in 1962. In 1958, on the European circuit, he won the German Open, and finished fourth in French Open.
De Luca represented Argentina on nine occasions in the World Cup, with a best finish of second place in partnership with Roberto de Vicenzo in the 1962 edition, which was held on home soil at the Jockey Club in Buenos Aires.
1986 Vicente Fernández 272 Roberto de Vicenzo Carlos Melara 1985 Florentino Molina 266 Roberto de Vicenzo Carlos Melara 1984 Norberto Fuentes 275 Armando Saavedra, Adan Sowa, Jorge Soto Luis Carbonetti ...
... Argentina) 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1967, 1973, 1974 Persondata Name de Luca, Fidel Alternative names Short description Professional golfer ...
... Carlos Molina Jorge Soto 1975 Florentino Molina 282 Juan Carlos Devoto 1974 Fidel de Luca 279 Armando Saavedra Carlos Lagruta 1973 Juan Monroy 280 Roberto de ... Diaz Green 1971 Fidel de Luca 279 Horacio Carbonetti 1970 Vicente Fernández 289 Jorge De Azcuenaga 1969 Fidel de Luca 283 Juan Carlos Devoto 1968 ... Martini 1951 Juan Anzaldo 287 Roberto de Vicenzo A ...
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