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Tiger Woods is in no hurry to squash his beef with Sergio Garcia.
Speaking to the media at a press conference to promote next month’s AT&T National that he’s hosting, Woods was asked whether he planned to speak with Garcia to end their trivial exchanges.
“Has there ever been any thought of contacting him and saying, ‘Hey, let’s chill. We don’t need to be going back and forth like this anymore,’” a reporter asked Woods.
Tiger, who specializes in brief responses, offered a one-word answer.
Tiger and Sergio got into it during the third round of The Players two weeks ago. Garcia accused Tiger of causing a distraction during one of his shots during the third round. Neither player backed down, but Woods won the tournament while Garcia choked on the last two holes. Tiger owns Sergio, so why would he want to end things?