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Sergio Garcia was tied for the lead with Tiger Woods at 13-under heading into the famous #17 at The Players Championship. Unfortunately for Sergio, he decided to be aggressive and go for the hole and it backfired. He hit his first shot short and put it straight in the water. Then he elected not to go to the drop zone and re-teed, only to put the next shot in the water after it bounced on the wood around the pond.
Garcia finally put his third tee shot (5th shot total) ont he green and then two-putted for a quadruple-bogey to put him back to 9-under.
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