Victor Perez, a French professional golfer, competes on the European Tour. From 2011 until 2015, Perez studied at the University of New Mexico. He competed for France in the 2014 Eisenhower Trophy, finishing behind Jon Rahm with the joint-lowest individual score.
Perez placed 18th in the Order of Merit during his debut season on the Challenge Tour, barely outside the top-15 that earned European Tour cards. He finished second in the Made in Denmark Competition and first in the Challenge of Spain.
He achieved his first top 10 on the European Tour by placing sixth in the Belgian Knockout in May. In September 2019, Perez won the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship for his first triumph on the European Tour.
Perez beat Ryan Fox in a playoff to win the Dutch Open in May 2022. He extended and ultimately won the playoff by sinking two long putts on the third and fourth playoff holes.
Perez won the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in January 2023. He beat Sebastian Söderberg and Min Woo Lee by one shot with a final-round score 66.
|Born||2 September 1992/Séméac, Hautes-Pyrénées, France|
|College||University of New Mexico|
|Current tour(s)||European Tour|
|Former tour(s)||Challenge Tour, Alps Tour|
|Official Payouts||Unofficial payouts||Tour championship||Player impact||Comcast business||Earnings|
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Victor Perez Recent Form
Victor can be a good option to let the US team defend their title in the upcoming Ryder Cup. Though he has not won any major titles, this is the chance to prove himself in this sport.