Oscar Fraustro was born on June 14th, 1982 in México City. At the age of four, his family moved to Chihuahua, a town in North Mexico, where at 12 he started playing golf by pure curiosity.

Oscar graduated with a degree on Management Information Systems at the University of South Florida, in Tampa, FL on a golf scholarship.   He was an All Conference USA in 2004.

From 2003 to 2005, he was the top-ranked amateur in Mexico. During that time, Oscar had the opportunity to represent Mexico in several international tournaments, including the World Cup in Puerto Rico.

In 2006 he was named “Rookie of the Year” on the Mexican Tour on his first year as a professional.  In the following years, he played the Gateway Tour and the Asian Tour, among other events around the world.

In 2012, Oscar won the Order of Merit on the Mexico Tour while only playing seven events. He won three times, finished second twice, and his worst finish was seventh.

Later that year, the TOUR launched the PGA TOUR Latinamerica where Oscar earned his spot to play on the Tour after finishing second on the Order of Merit while winning the Dominican Republic Open and finishing runner-up three times in only ten events.

In 2014, he successfully graduated from the Tour to become only the 6th player from Mexico to play on the PGA Tour.

Oscar’s coach is Rafael Alarcón, who worked with Lorena Ochoa throughout her highly successful career.

Currently Oscar resides in Jupiter, FL with his wife, Nilufer, and his son Lucas.