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Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia seem to be playing nicely together again as the two shook hands Monday on the U.S. Open practice range at Merion. The two have been in a bit of a feud for the past few months, and at least for the time being all seems to be calm.
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Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia shook hands Monday on the U.S. Open practice range at Merion.
It was the first time they have seen each other since Garcia jokingly said at an awards dinner in England that he would have Woods over for dinner during the U.S. Open and ''we will serve fried chicken.'' Garcia apologized for the racially insensitive remark the next day at...
Sergio Garcia took his ongoing feud with Tiger Woods too far a few weeks ago, and it appears he knows it. On Monday morning, Garcia approached Woods on the driving range at the US Open and shook his hand before the two shared a brief exchange. About a month ago, Garcia accused Woods of intentionally [...]
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By TIM DAHLBERG AP Sports Columnist A handshake on the driving range. A handwritten note left quietly in his locker.
About the only thing Sergio Garcia hasn't done this week is send Tiger Woods a box of chocolates.
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Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia took the first step to resolving their long-running feud on Monday morning at the U.S. Open, as the two men shook hands at the Merion Golf Club practice range. According to Derek
The only 1-iron anyone talks about at Merion Golf Club is kept under wraps.
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Unlock the waterproof case, remove the soft covering, and it comes into view. Slip on the mandatory white gloves and savor the moment.
It's the one Ben Hogan used in 1950 to hit one of the more enduring shots in Open history.
Sixteen months after...