Carlos Daniel Franco (born 24 May 1965) is a Paraguayan professional golfer. He is the brother of golfer Ángel Franco. Franco was born in Asunción, Paraguay. He comes from a poor background and grew up in a one-room, dirt-floor home. His father was a greenkeeper and caddie, and he has five brothers, all of whom became golf professionals. Carlos turned professional in 1986 and has played in many parts of the world. He has won more than twenty tournaments in Latin America, and from 1994 to 1999 he won five times on the Japan Golf Tour. He also won the 1994 Philippine Open title on the Asia Golf Circuit and claimed the Order of Merit title that season. He first played on the U.S.-based PGA Tour in 1999 and was fully exempt until 2006. He was the first rookie to surpass $1 million in earnings

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  • كارلوس فرانكو (بالإسبانية: Carlos Franco) هو لاعب غولف باراغواياني، ولد في 24 مايو 1965 في أسونسيون في باراغواي. (ar)
  • Carlos Franco (* 24. Mai 1965 in Asunción) ist ein paraguayischer Profigolfer. Mit weltweit 32 Turniersiegen ist er der mit Abstand erfolgreichste Golfer seines Landes. (de)
  • Carlos Franco (nacido el 24 de mayo de 1965) es un golfista profesional de Paraguay. Franco nació en Asunción, Paraguay. Creció junto a sus cinco hermanos (los cuales todos son golfistas profesionales hoy en día) en una familia pobre que era mantenida por su padre, que trabajaba como jardinero y en el Asunción Golf Club. Fue justamente de esa manera cómo Carlos Franco fue aprendiendo a jugar al golf desde una corta edad. En 1986 pasó a ser profesional y participó en torneos de todas partes del mundo. Ha ganado más de 20 torneos en Latinoamérica, cinco veces el y cuatro torneos en la máxima categoría del PGA Tour en Estados Unidos. En el PGA Tour, fue el primer novato en pasar la marca del millón de dólares y en 1999 fue elegido como "novato del año". Llegó a estar entre los 50 mejores del ranking mundial en varias ocasiones. (es)
  • Carlos Daniel Franco (born 24 May 1965) is a Paraguayan professional golfer. He is the brother of golfer Ángel Franco. Franco was born in Asunción, Paraguay. He comes from a poor background and grew up in a one-room, dirt-floor home. His father was a greenkeeper and caddie, and he has five brothers, all of whom became golf professionals. Carlos turned professional in 1986 and has played in many parts of the world. He has won more than twenty tournaments in Latin America, and from 1994 to 1999 he won five times on the Japan Golf Tour. He also won the 1994 Philippine Open title on the Asia Golf Circuit and claimed the Order of Merit title that season. He first played on the U.S.-based PGA Tour in 1999 and was fully exempt until 2006. He was the first rookie to surpass $1 million in earnings in a season and won the PGA Tour Rookie of the Year title. He won four times on the PGA Tour. He has featured in the top 20 of the Official World Golf Rankings, going as high as 16th in 2000. He is also one of the few non-Americans to win a Presidents Cup as a member of the 1998 team. After struggling to stay on the PGA Tour, Franco also played on the Web.com Tour and PGA Tour Latinoamérica. Franco joined the Champions Tour after turning 50. At the 2019 Pan American Games, Franco teamed with Fabrizio Zanotti, Julieta Granada, and , to win the silver medal in the mixed team event. (en)
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  • كارلوس فرانكو (بالإسبانية: Carlos Franco) هو لاعب غولف باراغواياني، ولد في 24 مايو 1965 في أسونسيون في باراغواي. (ar)
  • Carlos Franco (* 24. Mai 1965 in Asunción) ist ein paraguayischer Profigolfer. Mit weltweit 32 Turniersiegen ist er der mit Abstand erfolgreichste Golfer seines Landes. (de)
  • Carlos Daniel Franco (born 24 May 1965) is a Paraguayan professional golfer. He is the brother of golfer Ángel Franco. Franco was born in Asunción, Paraguay. He comes from a poor background and grew up in a one-room, dirt-floor home. His father was a greenkeeper and caddie, and he has five brothers, all of whom became golf professionals. Carlos turned professional in 1986 and has played in many parts of the world. He has won more than twenty tournaments in Latin America, and from 1994 to 1999 he won five times on the Japan Golf Tour. He also won the 1994 Philippine Open title on the Asia Golf Circuit and claimed the Order of Merit title that season. He first played on the U.S.-based PGA Tour in 1999 and was fully exempt until 2006. He was the first rookie to surpass $1 million in earnings (en)
  • Carlos Franco (nacido el 24 de mayo de 1965) es un golfista profesional de Paraguay. Franco nació en Asunción, Paraguay. Creció junto a sus cinco hermanos (los cuales todos son golfistas profesionales hoy en día) en una familia pobre que era mantenida por su padre, que trabajaba como jardinero y en el Asunción Golf Club. Fue justamente de esa manera cómo Carlos Franco fue aprendiendo a jugar al golf desde una corta edad. (es)
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  • Carlos Franco (golfista) (es)
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