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.
Turning Pro in 2015, California native and University of Nevada alumni, Kurt Kitayama, became the the first player to win a debut PGA Tour title at the Arnold Palmer Invitational since 1990. In 2022 his rookie year on the PGA Tour, Kurt ended the season with 3 Top 10 finishes and climbed from 289th to 42nd in the Official World Golf rankings. Not to mention, he is also the fastest player in history to record two wins on the European Tour. Today Kurt is 20th OWGR.
Born in Rome in 1999, Alessandra Fanali switched from competitive swimming to golf at the age of 10. She won her first championship in 2015, as well as the European team championship the following year. During her college years at Arizona State, she gained great success with the Sun Devils. In 2022, her palmares included excellent placings in numerous tournaments (Ladies Italian Open, British Amateur, European Ladies). In 2023, she obtains a full LET card.
Gregorio De Leo
Born in Biella in 2000, Gregorio De Leo inherited his passion for golf from his mother, who took him onto the course for the first time at the age of 6. From there, it became love at first sight: after winning a series of tournaments at a young age, he turned professional in 2021, making his debut at the Italian Open. The following year, he won the Alps Tour Order of Merit, after finishing first in three tournaments. Also in 2022, he won the PGAI Championship.
In the 2021 season, Johannes raised the bar by overturning a two-stroke deficit in the final round of the 2021 D+D REAL Czech Masters to win his maiden European Tour title. In addition, he carded a final round 68 in Prague to finish two strokes ahead of compatriot Sean Crocker and Finland’s Tapio Pulkkanen. After a notable 2020 Rookie season on the European Tour, he carded a 9-under course record setting round of 62 in the third round of the Magical Kenya Open at Karen Country Club in Nairobi. Today Johannes is 248Th OWGR.
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.
Shin turned professional in 2010 at the age of 17 and immediately qualified for the LPGA Tour through Q-School. Her rookie season in 2011 was a successful one, as she recorded four top-10 finishes and finished 20th on the money list. She has since established herself as a consistent performer on the tour, with multiple top-10 finishes each season. Shin's success on the LPGA Tour has made her one of the top players in the game today. She is known for her consistent ball-striking and accurate putting, as well as her mental toughness under pressure. With several years of experience and a strong work ethic, Shin is poised to continue competing at the highest level of women's golf for many years to come. Currently Shin is 60th in CME Rankings.
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.
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.
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.