Angel Cabrera At Houston Open

The Houston Open sees Angel Cabrera finishing the final with a successful hone in one.

His fans have been delighted to see him finish the Shell Houston Open in great style. He will now be eligible to move to Masters tournament. As his performance in Shell Houston Open was a good one, he will now proceed with full confidence.

Many know him as the Augusta champion of 2009 though he does continue to perform admirably in other tournaments as well. On Sunday his performance saw him posting a score of two under 70. This will aid in his preparations to take on the opening Major tournament of the year. The beginning was rocky for him as there was bad weather predicted initially.

The final round was then played in split tees. He then reached Cabrera at level par before he cancelled the 20 foot gain. The best that he did was at the final hole.

Here the hole was located at 220 yards and he had to perform the shot with a three iron in weather conditions that were windy and wet. His tee shot made through the greens after which they hopped and rolled into the center of the cup. This was his second win for the PGA Tour of the season.

Hailing from Argentina, the professional golfer, born in 1969, has played both PGA and the European Tours. Known by his nickname El Pato which stands for duck and refers to his unique gait, he has gained major championship trophies two times, at the Masters in 2009 and US Open in 2007. Many of his fans will be looking forward to excellent performances from him further more this year as he has had a successful start. Having come from a humble background, he is definitely driven to perform on the greens.