Golf World Mourns the Passing of Eduardo
 ‘El Gato‘ Romero

Legendary Argentinian professional golfer Eduardo Romero sadly passed away yesterday, aged 67. For his stature and achievements, he was one of the most popular European Tour players on the circuit. Remembering his legacy now, the golf world took Twitter to mourn his loss.


Romero turned pro in 1980. He had won 8 European Tour titles, including the French, Scottish, and Spanish Opens and two European Masters titles. He also had the opportunity to represent his country at the World Cup several times.

Romero title

Romero had won the 2005 Travis Perkins Senior Masters at Wentworth and was successful in defending the title in the following year. He also had won the 2006 Senior Major at the Tradition as well as the 2008 U.S. Senior Open.

nickname 'el gato'

Romero was nicknamed “El Gato,” aka The Cat, for his way of winning sneakily without the opponent’s knowledge. Eduardo passed away on the 13th of February 2022 after losing the battle with cancer. Romero always had a positive outlook about his life and the sport.

Joy Chakravarty's

An Indian Golf Content specialist, Joy Chakravarty, posted a picture of the legend, along with a heartfelt caption.

Ken Brown tweets about on the Passing of Eduardo

The former Scottish golfer turned commentator, Ken Brown, added to his Twitter

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