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In the annals of golf history, I don't think we've seen a shot like that one that PGA tour pro Sergio Garcia pulled off in the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
After the first shot on the 10th hole, Sergio's ball got stuck in a tree near the fairway and instead of taking a penalty, Garcia decided to take his second shot backwards while straddling a couple of tree branches:
In case you care, Garcia double-bogeyed the hole and ended up withdrawing from the tournament due to an unrelated injury.
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During the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Sergio Garcia found himself in awkward situation when his ball somehow ended up nicely positioned in a tree according to a story courtesy of USA Today Sports.
Garcia, proceeded to carefully climb the tree and then took a few minutes to position himself perfectly to make a very...
PGA, "In the final round of the 2013 Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard, Sergio Garcia hits his second from a tree near the fairway on the par-4 10th hole one-handed and...
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Sergio Garcia made one of the wildest golf shots we have seen, and it took place during the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational Sunday.
Garcia’s tee shot on the 10th hole ended up in a tree, so he climbed the tree to locate the ball which was stuck between branches. He grabbed hold of a branch to his left and backhanded a shot that knocked the ball back onto the fairway...
Yep, it’s certain. I’ve seen it all. This morning at the Arnold Palmer Invitational Sergio Garcia landed his ball in a tree, AND PLAYED IT WHERE IT LIED!!! Move over Mickelson, this is flying to the top of the list of amazing oddball golf shots. Good play, Sergio!
He needs a tree iron.
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This whole clip of Sergio Garcia hitting a ball out of a tree on the 10th hole during the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational is amazing, but long, so feel free to start watching at the 3:00 mark.
Garcia hit his second shot on the par 4 into a tree where it lodged itself at the intersection of some branches about ten feet into the air.
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Sergio Garcia might want to change his name to Tarzan.
Garcia provided an amazing highlight Sunday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational when he climbed some 15 feet into an oak tree and played a shot back out to the fairway.
The Spaniard already was having a rough time at Bay Hill -- he made a 9 on the par-5 sixth hole -- when his tee shot at No. 10 sailed right into the trees. Not...
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