No Victor Perez this week at the Porsche European Open. The French indeed suffers from back pain as his agent, Joe Shuchat, told. Not wanting to take any risks before the US Open which is to take place from June 15 to 18 at the Los Angeles Country Club, the Tarbais preferred to give up.
Victor Perez, statement
This package follows a first missed cut on the DP World Tour in 2023. The current 62nd player in the world returned two cards of 73 (+1) and 75 (+3) at the KLM Open last week in Croimvort ( The Netherlands).
A momentum stopped after taking an excellent 12th place at the PGA Championship in Rochester (New York) on May 21. He now has about ten days ahead of him to regain the full measure of his abilities before facing one of the most important tests of the season.
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