Eduardo Romero Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Biography

Eduardo Romero Family

Eduardo Romero was an Argentine professional golfer has a Net Worth of $3 Million know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Career Earnings and Biography.

Eduardo Alejandro Romero was an Argentine professional golfer.Romero was born in Córdoba to a family of modest means. He turned professional in 1982. He played extensively in Latin America on the Tour de las Americas and its predecessor the “South American Tour”, but his international profile is mainly based on his success on the more prestigious European Tour and in senior golf in the United States and Europe. He reached the top 20 of the Official World Golf Rankings.

Eduardo Romero Biography

Real Name Eduardo Romero
Date of Birth 17th July 1954
Age ( As per 2022 ) 67 years
Died February 13, 2022
Place of Birth Cordoba, Argentina
Nationality Argentine
Ethnicity Not known
Marital Status Married
Spouse / Partner Adriana
Children yes
Mother Name  Not Known
Father Name  Not Known
Siblings Not Known
Education Not Known
Profession Argentine golfer

Eduardo Romero Parents and Family

Eduardo Romero was born on 17th July 1954 in Cordoba, Argentina, and in 2022 his age was 67  years.Eduardo Romero was raised in Cordoba, Argentina By his parents.Eduardo Romero had always desired to be a professional golf player, so he enrolled in the top schools and trained diligently to achieve his goal, and his parents were always supportive of his endeavours.

Eduardo Romero Wife and Children

Eduardo Romero was Married with his beautiful wife Adriana. The couple got married in 1978, and they also have a kid together. Eduardo keep his personal life private so he has no disclose much about his family life.

Eduardo Romero Net Worth

Eduardo Romero has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Million in 2022.He was an Argentine professional golfer.

Eduardo Romero Career

He joined the European Tour in 1985 and remained a full member until 2005. He won eight tournaments and finished in the top twenty on the Order of Merit seven times. When he won the Scottish Open just three days before his 48th birthday in 2002, he became the European Tour’s third-oldest champion.

In 2002, Romero was ranked fifth on the Order of Merit. In 2004, Romero turned fifty, and a few days later, he tied for second place in his first senior championship, the Senior British Open.

He won his first senior championship at the Travis Perkins Senior Masters on the European Seniors Tour in 2005, and he also won the Wentworth Senior Masters in 2005 and 2006. In 2006, he lost in a playoff for the Senior British Open Championship to Loren Roberts, but won the JELD-WEN Tradition in a playoff against Lonnie Nielsen for his first Champions Tour title and major. He was named Rookie of the Year on the Champions Tour in 2006. In 2008, he won his second major, the US Senior Open, at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.

In Latin America, Romero has won over eighty competitions. He played in the World Cup and the Alfred Dunhill Cup on multiple occasions for Argentina, as well as the UBS Cup in 2002 and 2003. He also starred on The Big Break on The Golf Channel. “El Gato” was Romero’s nickname (“The Cat”). At the age of 67, he died on February 13, 2022.

He played extensively in Latin America on the Tour de las Americas.