Found June 13, 2013 on Streaming Sports Talk:
PLAYERS: Sergio Garcia
Sergio Garcia told Tiger Woods he was nervous coming into this years US Open. Today, Garcia’s nerves gave way.  He started to fall apart on the 14th hole, (his 4th). The Implosion continued on the 15th hole. Garcia made a double bogey the 14th, then followed that with a quad-triple bogey 8 on his 5th hole. If things weren’t already bad enough for the hot-tempered Spaniard, he boogied the 18th hole to go to 7 strokes over par after playing just 8 hole at the 113th US Open. If things don’t improve and improve quickly Garcia won’t be around on the weekend unless he is watching from the gallery. Garcia did what he would this week to make amends for the comments he makes about Tiger Woods. He left a note in Tigers locker apologizing for the racist remarks he made a few weeks back. By the time the tournament started and then restarted Garcia was a basket case worrying about how the galleries would treat him. He should have learned to tune it out as long as he has been on tour. If Sergio w...

Sergio Garcia left Tiger Woods handwritten apology note in his locker

Saying that he’s “nervous” about how he will be treated by the galleries during the U.S. Open this week at Merion Golf Club, Sergio Garcia informed the media during his Tuesday press conference that he left Tiger Woods a handwritten note of apology in his locker regarding his bigoted “fried chicken” comments about his [...]The post Sergio Garcia left Tiger Woods handwritten...

Tiger Woods: Sergio has not personally apologized

Tiger Woods said Tuesday that Sergio Garcia has not apologized to him face to face for the “fried chicken” comments three weeks ago. “No, we haven’t had time for that,” said Woods at a news conference at Merion Golf Club before the 113th U.S. Open. Asked about the 
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