Renato Paratore

Renato Paratore made his debut on the European Tour on December 14, 2014, at the Alfred Dunhill Championship, where he finished twenty-sixth. The first sign of great technical skills comes from him in the same season, his first among professionals, on 3 July 2015: at the Alstom Open in France, in fact, Renato becomes the first player in the history of the Tour to close all the holes in 4 strokes . Getting familiar with professionalism, and the tournament, Paratore closed his first season in 109th place, qualifying for the following year, entering the top 10 once and cashing 14 times out of 30 races played.

2016 is a year of adjustment: out of 33 tournaments played, he enters the top 10 three times, cashing 24 times and bringing his average position (per tournament) to fiftieth place. He thus finished the year as number 57 in the Tour rankings and number 115 in the world.

2017 is the year of consecration; despite fluctuating results, which will lead him to close the season in seventy-third place on the European Tour and one hundred and sixtieth in the world rankings, on 4 June 2017 Renato sets a new record: at the age of twenty he wins his first tournament in the European Tour, winning the Nordea Masters held on the course of the Barsebäck Golf & Country Club, in Sweden.

In these first years as a professional he showed off so much, thanks to his excellent sporting skills, that he became a testimonial not only for the Ryder Cup in Rome 2022 but also for the Junior Ryder Cup at Disneyland 2018.