8 fun facts you need to know about Viktor Hovland


Viktor Hovland is one of the most prominent players on the PGA Tour. It had a tremendous impact on the PGA Tour in his brief golfing career so far. Meanwhile, Hovland recently won the Mayakoba Golf Classic to secure his third trophy. He made a brilliant comeback after falling behind the event after the first round.

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Meanwhile, because he is one of the youngest players on the PGA Tour. He made his professional debut in 2019 and became one of the few Norwegian players to make the Tour. So let’s see some interesting and fun facts about Norwegian golfer Viktor Hovland.

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Fun facts about Viktor Hovland

After his recent victory at El Camaleon in Mexico, the PGA Tour posted some fun facts about Viktor Hovland on Twitter. So here are the fun facts about Hovland, the three-time PGA Tour winner.

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He was born in Oslo, Norway. Additionally, Hovland started playing golf at the age of 11 and already has three wins by the age of 24. Moreover, besides golf, he was also interested in martial arts like taekwondo. He even has a black belt in this sport.

Plus, Viktor’s favorite show is Game of Thrones, and he’s definitely not the only one in that regard. Interestingly, her favorite food or cuisine is Indian, and Spotify is her favorite app. Another interesting fact about Viktor Hovland is that he learned to speak English by watching historical films like “Lincoln”.

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So here are the 8 interesting and fun facts about Viktor Hovland. Meanwhile, another thing about Viktor at the Mayakoba Golf Classic was that he played with James Hahn’s pilot, but still managed to perform consistently and win the event by four. blows. He earned a -4 card for the final round and finished with a -23 score and retained the trophy.

Additionally, he became the first player to win a back-to-back golf classic in Mayakoba and set a course record. However, he has yet to win a major championship. And his next goal will certainly be to win a major championship this season.

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