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Sergio Garcia had a few words during a post match (shortened by rain) which insinuated that Tiger Woods was the cause of his poor shot on the second hole. Listen to Sergio’s wild explanation for why Tiger was at fault and try not to laugh. At the time of the rain delay Tiger and Sergio were tied at -10 after 6 holes through the 3rd round.
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Sergio Garcia refuses to let go of the Saturday incident between him and Tiger Woods.
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We had a name for Sergio Garcia many years ago after he imploded during a round three at the Masters and proceeded to step up to the podium and blame the media for his bad round.
That name reared its ugly head again during the 3rd round of The Players Championship when Garcia accused Tiger Woods of costing him a shot on the second hole by pulling a club...
Tiger Woods had the last word against Sergio Garcia by winning The Players Championship on Sunday.
Woods ended a weekend of heated words with Garcia by doing what he does best - closing out tournaments, even if he let this one turn into a tense duel over the final hour at the TPC Sawgrass. Tied with Garcia with two holes to play, Woods won by finding land on the last two holes for...
Sergio Garcia must have been inspired once he saw Tiger Woods in the lead at The Players Championship.
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Woods played right behind Garcia. He tied for the...
Odds for the 2013 U.S. Open have been released and to no surprise, Tiger Woods is a overwhelming favorite to take home the major.
Sergio Garcia lost the tournament lead that he shared with Tiger Woods on the 17th hole of Sunday's final round of the PGA Players Championship when he shot the ball into the water twice on the way to a quadruple-bogey. Garcia followed it up by hitting the ball into the water again on the 18th and finished with a double-bogey on the final hole.
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One bad tee shot made Tiger Woods appear vulnerable. One clutch par putt and a critical birdie made him look invincible.
Woods closed out The Players Championship on Sunday like he has so many other tournaments: hitting big shot after big shot down the stretch.
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Sergio Garcia lost his lead in two holes at The Players Championship, and he said it didn't help playing with Tiger Woods.
The third round Saturday was delayed when thunderstorms moved toward the north Florida coast. Garcia and Woods, in the final group of a tournament for the first time since the 2006 British Open, finished only six holes. Henrik Stenson, playing the ninth...
Sergio Garcia told NBC during the weather delay at The Players Championship on Saturday that Tiger Woods might have caused him to hit a bad shot on the second hole during their round together. Garcia blocked his second shot deep into the trees from the right side of the
Sergio Garcia has had his share of painful final round moments throughout his long career. The Players Championship, and more specifically the 17th hole at Sawgrass, was host to one of his finer moments, though.
Sunday, however, was not one of those finer moments. Garcia quadruple bogeyed 17, falling out of a share of the lead, and effectively giving away the tournament. Tiger Woods...
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2 Tiger Woods 78...