LIV golf star Pat Perez’s wife Ashley has taken a vicious swipe at Tiger Woods on social media.
The American superstar, 46, was involved in a serious car accident in February last year.
Ashley Perez, wife of LIV golfer Pat, took a swipe at Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods has been in action at the Hero World Challenge
Woods made a miraculous return to action back in April, entering his 24th Masters at Augusta.
He has recently been taking part in the Hero World Challenge – and opened up about his injuries during a press conference at the event.
The 15-time major winner said: “I can hit golf balls. It’s just the walking that hurts.
“The goal is to play just the major championships and maybe one or two more – that’s it.
“I mean that’s physically all I can do. And I told you that, guys, you know, at the beginning of this year too. I mean I don’t have much left in this leg. So gear up for the biggest ones.
“And hopefully you know, lightning catches in a bottle and I’m up there in contention with a chance to win and hopefully I remember how to do that.”
When a clip of Woods‘ press conference was posted by Golfballing, Ashley Perez wrote in a now-deleted comment: “Literally why driving under the influence is ILLEGAL.
“I don’t feel bad for him. Thank god he didn’t kill anyone. See ya.”
Woods crashed his car into a tree at 87mph – nearly double the limit – suffering a fractured tibia and fibula and shattering his ankle.
Cops determined Woods to be driving at an “unsafe speed for road conditions”.
But Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva ruled out impairment, categorically stating at the time: “He was not drunk. We can throw that one out.”
Pat Perez once hit out at Woods in 2017, long before his LA crash.
He said of him: “He’s got this new corporation he started so he has to keep his name relevant to keep the corporation going.”
Perez also hit out at the golf legend last month, after Woods questioned why stars would join the LIV tour.
Speaking on the Son of a Butch podcast, Perez said: “That’s the stupidest s*** I have ever heard of in my life.
“That’s one of the stupidest things I think he has said. The incentive is the fact that last place is 120,000, first place is four million. You cannot win four million on the PGA Tour.”
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I improve my game of golf?
These tips can help you improve your golf game quickly.
- Practice more, play less. To improve at something, you need to practice more. Exercising too often can lead to poor habits.
- When you feel good, play. Sometimes you don’t feel like golf. You shouldn’t be forced to do things that you don’t like. Instead, look for ways to make golf more enjoyable.
- Take breaks. Golfers often take breaks during their round to stretch, walk around, eat lunch, etc. Taking breaks can help your body relax and keep you focused throughout the round.
- Get water! It’s easy for you to lose count of how many beverages you’ve consumed while on the golf course. Drink enough water to ensure you don’t become dehydrated. It will keep you feeling hydrated before, during, & after your game.
- Healthy eating is key. Healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and legumes will provide energy that will help you perform well on the course.
- Keep hydrated. The best way for you to stay hydrated, is to drink plenty of water. Aim to drink at least eight glasses per day. This includes water from drinks (such as coffee) and plain water.
- Properly warm up. Warm up for five minutes by walking, jogging or running before hitting your first shot. Then, focus on getting loose and limber.
- Keep your head down. It’s important that you keep your eyes focused on the ball when you tee-off. Don’t look at the ball and pay attention to where it hits. Instead, keep your eyes on the hole.
- Good form is essential for a good swing. Proper form can mean different things to different people. But, generally speaking, you want to avoid swinging through your target. You should instead aim to hit the ball in the middle of the club face.
- Keep your eyes on the process. There are many things that go into a successful swing of golf, but focusing on the process will allow you to develop the best technique. To put it another way, if your hands are not still, you can try relaxing your grip. You can also focus on your posture if balance is a problem.
What does the average golfer shoot?
An average golfer will shoot between 80 and 85 yards with their driver.
Does watching pros play make you better?
Watching pro players play makes you better at video games. You can improve your game by studying how other players play, and learning from their mistakes. You can also learn from the mistakes of professional players to improve your game.
How can watching golf improve your game
Yes, it makes my game better!
Golf is one of the most popular sports around the world. This sport involves striking a ball towards a target at different distances using sticks, clubs, and so on. It’s a great sport to enjoy relaxing and spending quality time outdoors. But did you know that there are many benefits of playing golf? Here are just a few:
- Golf helps you get fit
- Playing golf makes you feel good
- While playing, you don’t need to think as much.
- Golf teaches patience
- Inspiration comes from watching golf
- Golf is fun
- Golf is easy to master
- Golf is less expensive than any other sport
- Golf is a stress reliever
- Golf is a social activity
How can I improve my game of golf without having to practice?
Practicing is essential to improving your game. But, even if it is difficult to practice drills consistently, you can still improve. Remember to always practice what you want to do. Playing faster is the best way to improve your game. The same goes for if your goal is to hit the target further.
What is the average scoring for weekend golfers?
For beginners, the average score is about 100. As you get better at golf, your scores improve. You’ll most likely begin with 9 holes and progress to 18 holes.
- By adding 10 more yards to all their golf shots amateurs will increase the percentage of greens they hit by 8 – 10%. (golfinsideruk.com)
- This means as much as 50% of your practice time. (practical-golf.com)
- Trackman found that over 65% of amateur’s golf shots finish short of the target from 160 yards. (golfinsideruk.com)
- According to Shot Scope’s database of more than 30 million shots, 80% of missed greens are missed short. (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
- Or that, on the greens, some 84% of putts over five feet also finish short of the hole? (todaysgolfer.co.uk)
How can I improve my putting ability?
There are many ways to improve your puttering skills. Get good instruction from someone who understands what you’re doing. You can find out how to find a golf instructor if you don’t have anyone to teach you. Once you’ve found someone you like, ask them if they offer private lessons. It’s important to check their schedule to ensure that you don’t have to book something that conflicts with another lesson.
These shops offer pro-shops where you can rent golf clubs: Golf Galaxy Pro Shop, TaylorMade, Titleist and Callaway.
You can then start practicing, after you have received instruction. You can do this in two ways. First, you could buy a set of putters and practice hitting balls into holes. You have the option to use different types (long irons or wedges), depending on what type of shot you prefer. You won’t get good at putting unless you invest a lot in equipment.
Online mini-games are another way to practice. Some websites allow you to compete against other players worldwide, while others let you practice your skills. For example, there are several websites that let you play Putt-Putt, where you must hit a ball into a hole. TopGolf and StrokePlay are just a few of the other sites.
Once you’ve practiced enough times, you can move to the next phase of improving you putting game. The next step would be to improve your technique. This will require you to improve your technique in three areas: grip, alignment, and stance.
Stance refers to how far back you stand when you address the ball. The most common mistake beginner’s make is to be too close. To avoid glancing at the ball, keep your body far away until you move forward. Your feet should be at shoulder width and slightly bent.
Your hands should be open and relaxed. Your hands shouldn’t be closed. Instead, you should place your hands on the top of your shoulders.
Your arms should be straight but not locked down. Throughout the entire putting stroke, your arms should remain straight.
Alignment describes how your hips turn as you swing through the shot. People tend to rotate their hips too often, which makes it difficult for them to align correctly. Your knees will bend slightly when you face the shot. As you swing through your shot, your hips will point toward the target.
Grip refers the position of your fingers on a clubface. Many people have problems gripping the clubs correctly. Your index finger should touch the bottom edge of your putt while your middle finger touches the top. Your ring finger should be on the shaft. Your pinky should be above and to the right of the handle.
You might also consider purchasing a new putter. A new model might help your game, even though all putters don’t work the same.