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Andres Gonzales jumps to seventh on the money list after his win in Utah

SANDY, Utah—Even a double bogey during his back nine in the final round of the Utah Championship couldn’t derail Andres Gonzales. The Washington native opened with a 62 to take the opening-round lead and never gave it up, taking a start-to-finish victory.

Gonzales eyes second Web.com Tour victory

SANDY, Utah—Figuring he had a good chance of sitting atop the leaderboard at the halfway mark of the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank, Andres Gonzales said, “It’s always good to be in the lead. If you have a lead, you’re playing well.

Time off course put golfer Andres Gonzales on course

Olympia’s Andres Gonzales cannot change who he is – a merry, wisecracking social butterfly who gets along with people from all walks of life, in all shapes and sizes.

Born on May 16, 1983 in Olympia, Washington, Andres Gonzales brings his big personality to the tee every time he plays golf. Golf has always played a big role in his life, and it's apparent in the joy and exuberance he brings to the table. Half man, half amazing, Gonzales has spent time on the Canadian Tour, Web.com Tour, and PGA TOUR. He won the Saskatchewan Open on the Canadian Tour, the 2012 Soboba Golf Classic on the Web.com Tour, and earned a career-best T8 at the Wyndham Championship on the PGA TOUR. Read More
  • In the opening round of the 2014 Utah Championship, Andres Gonzales carded a bogey free round including an eagle and seven birdies for the low round score of 9-under 62. A career low.
  • Andres Gonzales wire-to-wire wind at the Utah Championship makes him the first two-time wire-to-wire on the Web.com TOUR.
  • On the Web.com Tour in 2012 Andres had a wire to wire victory at the Soboba Golf Classic Presented by Hub International. His best finish on the PGA TOUR was T8 in 2013 Wyndham Championship
Half Man, Half Amazing