(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist A handshake on the driving range. A handwritten note left quietly in his locker.
About the only thing Sergio Garcia hasn't done this week is send Tiger Woods a box of chocolates.
There's still time, of course, since the two erstwhile rivals don't tee off until Thursday in the U.S. Open at muddy Merion Golf Club. On second thought, maybe a nice bouquet of flowers tucked inside one of those wicker baskets they use for flags here might work better.
C'mon. What's a fellow got to do to prove he's sorry?
''You know, it's a big week and I understand that it's difficult to meet up and stuff,'' Garcia said.
Can't be that hard. Woods himself mentioned he had dinner plans Wednesday night with his niece, Cheyenne. Maybe Garcia could at least get in a few words over dessert.
Or maybe he should just forget the whole thing and do what Woods himself said he had done - consider the matter closed.
Whether Woods actually meant that will...