Julián Périco

Jr. | 5-11 | Lima, Peru | Montverde Adademy (Fla.)

» Owns the Blessings Golf Club course record, shooting a 64 from the championship tees on August 3, 2020.

As a Sophomore (2019-20)
» PING All-Central Region
» First Team All-SEC
» SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll

Voted PING All-Central Region for the second straight year and earned first team All-SEC … Added SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll honors … His season scoring average of 70.38 is an Arkansas record … Led the team in scoring average for a second-straight year … Ranked 60th on the Golfweek Power Ranking and 95th on the Golf Stat ranking … In eight events, had a team-best three top 5’s and a team-best 10 rounds in the 60’s, which ranks fifth-best on the school’s single-season list, prior to the season being canceled Mar. 12, 2020 due to COVID-19 … Also led the team in being low man for a round (10), low man for an event (4) and having 23 of his 24 rounds count toward the team total … Had 16 birdies at an event three times … Was runner-up at the Carmel Cup, shooting a 13-under 203 (68-68-67) … The 203, 54-hole score ranks sixth-best in school history while his 13-under-par ties his career-best and ties for third-best in the Razorback record book … Tied for fourth at White Sands Intercollegiate, carding a 10-under 206 (67-69-70) … Also tied for fourth at the Cabo Collegiate, turning in a 5-under-par 208 (69-70-69) … Lead most of the final round at Cabo thanks to a double eagle on the 550-yard, par 5 16th hole in the final round – hit driver and 50-degree wedge from 140 yards out to hole out for the albatross  … INDIVIDUAL: Had rounds of 69-75-70 to tie for 26th at the Sun Bowl All-America … Shot a final-round 69 to tie for sixth at the Latin America Amateur Championship (76-79-72-69) … Earned exemption to play in the 2020 U.S. Amateur Championship.

As a Freshman (2018-19)
» PING All-Central Region
» SEC All-Freshman Team

Voted PING All-Central Region and named to the SEC All-Freshman team … Led the team with a 71.54 scorning average, which ranks ninth in school history and is a Razorback freshman record … Led the team by shooting the low round 16 times and being the low man five times … Also had a team-best 34 (of 38) rounds count toward the team score … Led the team with 12 rounds in the 60’s and by having three top 5’s, five top 10’s and seven top 20’s … Set school records in winning the Jerry Pate Intercollegiate by carding a 36-hole score of 129 and a 54-hole score of 197 … Overall was 13-under with rounds of 64-65-68 … His opening-round score of 64 ties for third in school history behind a pair of 63’s … Ended the year ranked 116th in the Golf Stat standings … In addition to his win, was fourth at the Gopher Invitational, shooting a 3-under 209 (68-74-67) and tied for fourth at the Husker Invitational … Led at various stages of the SEC and NCAA Regional … Finished eighth at the SEC’s with a 3-under score of 207 (66-67-74) … Was the only Razorback to go 3-0 in match play to lead Arkansas to the SEC Championship … In fact, he had a par on the 18th in the championship to clinch the title … Finished sixth at the NCAA Austin Regional, shooting a 3-under 210 (67-72-71) to qualify for the NCAA Championship … Had a strong opening round at the NCAA Championship bu finished with a 6-over 222 to place 34th-t … Summer 2019: Represented Peru in the 2019 Pan Am Games – played in Peru – and finished eighth (70-73-66-67=276/-8).

High School

As of August 2018, ranked No. 9 in the country by the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) and checked in at No. 133 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking … Attended Montverde Academy in Florida and played his prep career for Bishops Gate Golf Academy, was selected to play on the Toyota Junior World Cup Team and earned AJGA All-America honorable mention honors following his junior season … Tied for 13th, thanks to shooting 67-68 in the final two rounds, at the 2018 Latin American Amateur Championship … Finished 33rd at the 2018 U.S. Junior Amateur … Won two pro events in Peru … Recorded an AJGA victory by winning the Simplify Boys Invitational (11-under par, 205) as well as finishing runner-up at The Major Champions Invitational (64-70-71) … Named the Bishops Gate Golf Academy Player of the Year as he also won the IMG Academy Junior World Championship and the AJGA Memorial Junior … Won the South American Championship in Brazil and the Mitsubishi Pro Championship in Peru … At the 2017 Latin American Amateur Championship, Perico missed the playoff by one stroke, finishing in fourth place overall … Shot an opening-round 64 to hold the lead after and set the record for the lowest round in LAC tournament history … In addition, he was the youngest player in the field when he set the mark … As a sophomore, Perico won the Match Play Championship Peru while finishing runner-up at the South American Junior Championship, the Faldo Series South American Junior Championship, the Hurricane Junior Annual Academy Tournament and the Golfweek Junior Tournament … Was also the low amateur at the PGA Latin America Lexus Open.

Perico’s Career by the Numbers (through 2019-20 season)
Counting Scores: 57 of 62 Rounds
Wins: 1 – Runner-Up: 1
Top 5s: 6
Top 10s: 8
Top 15s: 11
Top 20s: 12
Rounds in the 60’s: 22
Rounds of Par or Better: 34
Double Eagles: 1
Birdies: 225
Pars: 725
Low Round: 64 (-6) in the first round at Jerry Pate Intercollegiate (Oct. 8, 2018)
Low 18 vs. Par: -6 (64) in the first round at Jerry Pate Intercollegiate (Oct. 8, 2018)
Low 54: 197 (-13) at Jerry Pate Intercollegiate (Oct. 8-9, 2018) – 197 is a school record
Low 54 vs. Par: -13 (197 at Jerry Pate Intercollegiate 2018-19) and (203 at Carmel Cup 2019-20)

Perico's Career Numbers

YearEventsRdsStrokesAvg.WinsTop 10/20Rds in 60'sRds Par/Better