Players | Chervò
Chervò's team of players all over the world.
From acclaimed players to emerging young talents. The Chervò family is growing more and more every day, confirming its commitment to the professionals and the proette of the most important international golf circuits: from the European Tour to the Sunshine Tour and from the LETAS to the Ladies European Tour and LPGA.
Born 1993 in California. Kurt Kitayama, after a solid amateur career, turned professional in 2015. In 2018 he won his first title in Malaysia. In the same year, he earned his full European Tour card at the European Tour Q-School. In 2021, finishing 23rd on the Korn Ferry Tour, he earned his full card for the PGA Tour. In 2022, he achieved good placings in the major tournaments.
Born in 1993, Italian Matteo Manassero won his first title at the age of 10 and was the cornerstone of the Italian National Golf Team for years. Since then, his career has been studded with numerous top 10s and appearances on the PGA Tour, all stunning successes achieved at a very young age, such as the Castelló Masters in Spain at the age of 17. In 2010, he was awarded Rookie of the Year, followed by winning three more European Tour tournaments, including the BMW PGA Championship in 2013.
Californian, born in 1992, Johannes Veerman grew up playing on courses all over the world since his early childhood. After turning professional in 2016, the Asian Development Tour saw him earn his way up the Order of Merit and then reach the top 60 with four top 10s on the Asian Tour. After a remarkable Rookie season on the 2020 European Tour, the young professional set a course record on the Karen Country Club course in Nairobi the following year during the third round of the Magical Kenya Open. His first victory came in 2021 at the D+D Real Czech Masters.
Andrea Pavan was born in Rome in 1989. In 2006, he won the National Open Championship by beating professional players as an amateur, whom he joined in 2010. Since then, his accolades rank a total of six tournaments between the Challenge and the European Tour. In 2019, he won the BMW International Open, which, together with five top ten finishes and a 25th place in a PGA Tour tournament, moved him up to 65th position in the World Ranking.
Born in Italy in 1990, Giulia Molinaro spent much of her childhood in Kenya where her father worked in the hospitality industry. While she was a member of the Italian Women's National Team, she moved to the US to study at Arizona State University, winning several amateur tournaments. She began her professional career in October 2012 and joined the Symetra Tour in 2013, where she won the Friend of Mission Charity Classic and was named Rookie of the Year, earning her LPGA Tour card for 2014. Giulia proudly represented Italy in both the 2016 and 2020 Olympics. She achieved her best Major result in 2021 at the Women's PGA Championship, where she finished T3.
Born in 1992 in Seoul and raised in the United States, Jenny Shin won the U.S. Girls Junior at the age of 14, and only two years later competed as an amateur in the prestigious U.S. Women's Open. She turned professional in 2010. Talent, technique and perseverance allowed her to earn her LPGA Tour card in 2011, in which she immediately achieved excellent placings. Her first victory came in 2016. She credits her family with her brilliant career on the rise.
Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso
An Italian proette born in 1996, Lucrezia Colombotto Rosso turned professional in 2016, and at the end of the same year she was granted a card to play on the Ladies European Tour. In 2019 Lucrezia regained her full card to compete on the major circuit. In 2020 she got two top 10s, after competing in 12 tournaments. In 2021 she competed for Italy at the Tokyo Olympics (together with Giulia Molinaro) and in 2022 she won the Terre Blanche Ladies Open.
Noemi Jimenez Martin
Born in Spain in 1993, Noemi Jiménez Martin was one of the pillars of the Spanish national team with whom she won the gold medal at the European Team Championships in 2013 and, the following year, second place in the European Individual Championships. In 2015, she turned professional and earned three top 10s on the Ladies European Tour, a victory in the LETAS and two wins on the Santander Golf Tour.