You have to believe Sergio Garcia when he says he felt sick to his stomach about making what was an unmistakably racist jibe at Tiger Woods.
Who wouldn't feel sick at the thought of their private jet -- fueled not by earnings on the golf course, but by adidas sponsorship money -- flying away without them? Athletes have a way of issuing the deepest of apologies when their lavish lifestyle comes under threat.
By putting the words "Tiger Woods" and "fried chicken" in the same sentence, Garcia should've cooked his own goose.
After their long-standing feud went public -- and viral -- at The Players championship, Garcia was asked at the European Tour Player Awards gala on Tuesday night if he would invite Woods to dinner during the US Open.
"We will have him around every night," he said, "And we will serve fried chicken."
It's fine to have a dig at Woods, but as the petulant Spaniard would soon discover, it's not acceptable to racially denigrate him.
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