Golfer Sergio Garcia used his wedge to chip in a six foot "putt" for par on the 3rd hole of Friday's second round of the Wells Fargo Championship tournament.
Garcia finished the round at 4 under par, placing him tied for 13th overall and five shots behind the lead.
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Sergio Garcia pulled off the elusive “chip/putt” during the Wells Fargo Championship, and it was fantastic. Garcia found himself in a predicament when his ball landed 6 feet from the cup on the 3rd hole during his round on Friday. The path to the cup was littered with grass, small divots, soil and other protruding hurdles. PGA Tour rules do not allow players to remove soil on...
Sergio Garcia faced a possible rules violation at Quail Hollow Golf Club after a television viewer called in because they thought Garcia had marked his ball improperly in the 17th green on Friday. Garcia discussed the possible violation with PGA Tour officials,