Liv golfer Pat Perez, richer by $14m, headed for separation from glamorous Ashley

Pat and Ashlet. Pic- Courtesy website Bro Bible

Pat Perez, who made $14,049,942 since he joined LIV Golf in 2022, and his outspoken wife, Ashley, who was a big supporter of LIV golf, are headed for separation. Golfweek reported, after nine years of marriage, the union between Pat Perez and Ashley Perez is coming to an end reported the Golfweek.

They added, Ashley filed a petition for dissolution of marriage with minor children in Arizona on November 29, 2023, a month after the LIV Golf Team Championship in Miami. The affidavit of service, which proves to the judge the respondent was properly notified, was filed on Dec. 4, 2023. A resolution management conference will take place Feb. 26, 2024. The pair have been together since 2014 and have two children.

Perez struggled with his own individual performances with only three top-10 finishes and best of sixth at the event at Adelaide.

Ironically, Perez, who made most of his money because of the performance of team, 4Aces (headed by Dustin Johnson), recently, signed the extension of his contract with LIV golf.  LIV Golf opens its 2024 season next month in Mexico, Feb. 2-4.

Ashley says her marriage to the Arizona-born LIV rebel is ‘irretrievably broken’

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Perez finished below 30th out of the 48 players in his last four events of the 2023 LIV Golf season.

A website Bro Bible reported on the story a week earlier after one of their staffers noticed the couple had removed pictures of each other on their respective Instagram pages.

The Daily Mail also reported Ashley has also requested to be given the rights for ‘sole legal decision-making’ for the two children the couple share – with Ashley listing her home as a ‘primary’ residence. Pat’s attorney’s have requested ‘joint legal decision-making for and equal parenting time with the children.’


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