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Victor Perez, the American dream

Deprived of competition since March 12, the French No. 1 returns this week to the United States.

This is the cover for Victor Perez. Since Thursday, he strolls on the course of the Colonial Country Club of Fort Worth (Texas) with the Americans Ryan Moore and Vaughn Taylor with whom he shares the first two laps of the Charles Schwab Challenge (7.5 million dollars in endowment). After three months of stoppage due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the PGA Tour, the most powerful golf circuit in the world, has returned to competition.

The Tarbais, 27, 40th player in the world, has not played since March 12. That day, he returned a very nice 69 (- 3) card signed after the first round of the Players Championship. Before this tournament, considered the 5th Major of the season, is canceled the night of Thursday to Friday. Having moved back to Dundee (Scotland) where he lives all year round, he, like almost everyone, carried out a confinement which obviously did not allow him to “capitalize” on his excellent start to the season on the European Tour.

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“data-reactid =” 21 “> I was, it is true, on a very beautiful dynamic, he admits.I am therefore necessarily a little disappointed. I had performed well in January in Abu Dhabi(2nd tied with the British Fleetwood and Fitzpatrick, Editor’s note)then in Dubai(16th but only second after 54 holes)and at the very beginning of February in Saudi Arabia(38th but leader after two laps). In the process, at the WGC-Mexico Championship, apart from the first round where I clearly shot myself in the foot while playing 81(+ 10), I signed three solid cards(70, 66, 70). I was proud of the way I reacted. Without a few more mistakes, the final score could have been much better(53rd). The following ? We found ourselves a little locked in doing sports, doing other things … At home, I refitted a room in a mini-gym where I tried to talk (…) Read more on Figaro.fr

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