Arizona native Pat Perez has long been known as a golfer who played better out West. This past week, he went so far west he ended up in the Far East – and he won again, adding another stunning development to his career renaissance.
Perez ran away with the CIMB Classic on Sunday, winning a tournament for the second consecutive year – after do so only once in his first 15 years on the PGA Tour. Last year, the 41-year-old Perez won the OHL Classic at Mayakoba (Mexico), but it was three weeks earlier at the CIMB where his career turnaround began.
He received a sponsor invite to play TPC Kuala Lumpur, full of self-doubt after having missed eight months following left shoulder surgery. He played pretty well, tying for 33rd in the 78-man, no-cut field. Two weeks later at the Shriners he tied for seventh, and the week after that he won. Suddenly, the over-40 Perez had a second PGA Tour victory a whopping eight years after notching his first. You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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