Victor Perez posted a final-round 66 in Abu Dhabi to turn out to be the primary French winner of a Rolex Series occasion and put him contained in the projected Ryder Cup qualification standings; Min Woo Lee and Sebastian Soderberg share second as Padraig Harrington takes fourth spot
Last Updated: 22/01/23 1:17pm
Victor Perez secured an exciting victory on the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship
Victor Perez secured the largest win of his profession and boosted his Ryder Cup qualification hopes after surviving a late scare to assert a dramatic Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship victory.
Perez posted a six-under 66 throughout an exciting ultimate spherical at Yas Links Abu Dhabi, the place a bunch of gamers have been in competition, to assert a 3rd DP World Tour victory and turn out to be the primary French winner of a Rolex Series occasion.
The world No 111 produced a exceptional bunker hole-out on the par-three seventeenth to take a two-shot lead into the ultimate gap, the place a bogey was sufficient to finish the week on 18 underneath and declare a one-shot victory.
Victor Perez hit a sensational shot out of the bunker on the seventeenth to shut in on profitable the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship
Playing accomplice Sebastian Soderberg ended tied-second alongside Min Woo Lee, who nearly discovered the final-hole eagle required to drive a play-off, whereas Padraig Harrington’s bid to turn out to be the oldest winner in DP World Tour historical past ended with a fourth-place end.
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