‘What he’s saying is pretty much gone’: Pat Perez pays tribute to Tiger Woods

Pat Perez is an American professional golfer. He is currently participating in the Genesis Invitational 2022. While responding at the press meet after the first round, he expressed his thoughts on Tiger Woods and his decision to remain on the PGA Tour.

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“I think the way the tiger approaches is exceptional,” he said. Perez said. He was sharing his thoughts on staying on the PGA Tour or choosing a Saudi-backed golf tournament. Perez also added that he likes that young golfers too are following the tiger’s path and choosing to stay on the tour.

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He is Tiger Woods is an idol for Perez?

Perez told the press that he and Woods are the same age, only three months apart. However, he worships goats. he added, “You know, what he’s saying is pretty much gone.”

Perez is a 45-year-old professional golfer who turned pro in 1997. Although he turned pro a year after Tiger, Pat has not created a good profile for himself. He has only won three PGA Tour titles so far.

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Butt also added that he does not think the Saudi-backed golf tournament will last long. According to him, the league wouldn’t stay in business for much longer if top golfers like Woods and Rory McIlroy didn’t accept to play in it. He said, “If you didn’t have the best kids doing it, I don’t know how much water it would have anyway.”

Saudi-backed golf league so far

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Recently, the discussion about the Saudi league has dominated the golf world. Everyone only has one question to ask each player on the PGA Tour, “Will you stay with the Tour or join the League?” While most didn’t reveal their answers, some of the other top golfers did.

AUGUSTA, GA – APRIL 12: American Tiger Woods watches his tee on the first hole during the final round of the 2015 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club on April 12, 2015, in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Jimmy Squire/Getty Images)

golfers, including Woods, Rory McIlroy, Brooks KopkaAnd the Colin MorikawaAnd the John RamAnd the Justin ThomasHe refused to join the Saudi League. Jason Kokrac is the only one who has revealed that he has been speaking with the league and has shown an interest in him. There are rumors that approximately 17 golfers have already signed with the league.

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What do you think of the Saudi League and how it will affect the PGA Tour? Do you also think it won’t last long since no major players are involved, Perez said? Let’s know!

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