Weber was named the upcoming Bachelor last month during the September 17 Season 6 reunion of Bachelor in Paradise, becoming the second Hispanic or Latino American franchise star (his mother is Cuban).
"Bachelor" host Chris Harrison confirmed the incident to Fox News in a statement on Tuesday, calling it a "freak accident", but noted that Weber is A-OK and production has already resumed.
Weber was rushed to hospital on Monday after injuring himself on a golf course, Radar Online reports.
As a result of the nasty injury, Weber, 27, reportedly traveled two hours to a hospital for an operation in which he received 22 stitches in his face.
Production of "The Bachelor" "is already back underway", Harrison added. "He's still the dashing, handsome pilot we've all dreamed of".
Peter was officially announced as The Bachelor's next star on the reunion for Bachelor in Paradise's sixth season days before filming began, however ABC actually released the names and photos of the season's bachelorettes before Peter was formally announced. Season 24 of The Bachelor is set to premiere in January.
A California native, Weber is a commercial pilot for Delta Airlines.
"This is life-changing. I have truly, my entire life, looked forward to finding my girl, and that person that I can not wait to spend the rest of my life with", he said at the time of the announcement.
"Obviously it sounds cliche but [I'm looking for] that girl [who] is my best friend", Weber told "Good Morning America".
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