Wife of LIV Golf star who’s close to being dumped wanted Rory McIlroy ‘punched in the face’

Pat Perez, Ashley’s husband, is currently going through a divorce, but the influencer has issues with more professional golfers than just him.

Ashley, the spouse of Pat Perez, acknowledged last year that she would adore witnessing golfer Rory McIlroy receive a “punch in the face.”

The social media influencer and her husband, who stars in LIV Golf, are presently divorcing, according to rumors that she filed for divorce in November. Ashley clarified that she would love to see someone hit McIlroy back in 2023, but the 48-year-old isn’t the only athlete Ashley has had problems with in the upcoming months.

The vicious onslaught followed Team Europe’s victory over their American opponents in the Ryder Cup last September, when the Northern Irishman led the team that also included Tommy Fleetwood, John Rahm, and Viktor Hovland. The competition wasn’t without controversy, though, as McIlroy was caught yelling at caddie Joe LaCava in the parking lot. Ashley was incensed about this and used Instagram to post a critique of the golfer’s behavior.

“I can’t possibly be the only one that would absolutely love to watch Rory get punched in the face,” the 34-year-old wrote. And I mean that in the most polite way imaginable—sort of.” Pat and Ashley first met at a Las Vegas dinner, following the dissolution of their first marriage. 2014 saw their marriage, and the two of them would go on to have two kids together.

They appear to be going their separate ways legally, even though their divorce is still going through the legal process. Perez is on the verge of being dropped from the LIV Golf promotion, so this isn’t his only setback this year.

Perez first signed a contract worth an estimated $10 million (£7.9 million) with the league supported by Saudi Arabia in 2022. Even though he would experience success in his first year in the league, winning the first-ever LIV team championship and the 4Aces, he is currently ranked 47th in the league standings.

With just four games remaining, the Phoenix, Arizona native is flirting with relegation. This year, his best showing was a T-14 finish in Nashville last week. Although he still has games in Andalucia, the UK, Greenbrier, and Chicago coming up, he needs to improve his overall score of 7.76 to secure a spot in the promotion for 2025.

As of this writing, the only players standing between Perez and safety and grief are Harold Varner III and Laurie Canter. Players who post between 49 and below will be eliminated from the series. The competition will confirm Perez’s spot in the upcoming months.

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