Tiger Woods ended a weekend of testy words with Sergio Garcia by winning The Players Championship on Sunday. Tied with Garcia with two holes to play, Woods found land with two pars on the final holes to finish with a 2-under 70.
Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods are happy to not be paired with each other on the final round of The Players Championship.
“I’m not going to lie,” Garcia said after completing the third round on Sunday. “He’s not my favorite guy to play
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
WHOSE FAULT IS IT ANYWAY
Sergio Garcia put some blame on Tiger Woods for a poor shot that he hit at the Players. The two were among the leaders.
Tiger Woods said Tuesday at TPC Sawgrass, where he begins play on Thursday at the Players Championship, that if he saw a rules violation on TV, he would not call officials to report the incident.
“I don’t ever see myself calling in and saying that Kobe
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...
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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HE DID WHAT?
Sergio Garcia somehow managed to lodge a ball in a massive tree during the final day of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday.
CLUB IT OUT
Pro golfer Sergio Garcia has had some anger management issues from time to time, and he lost it again today on the 13th hole during Saturday's third round of the Dubai Desert Classic. Garcia hit a bad shot out of a bunker on the outside of the green and smashed his club into the sand multiple times. Garcia was fighting through a nagging shoulder injury, and his frustration...
Old news: The Europeans overcame a 10-6 deficit at the start of Sunday’s individual matches to retain the Ryder Cup.
Older news: Europeans are widely-known as being very loosey-goosey when it comes to golf, imbibing alcohol, getting their swerve on, this that and the other thing (and hey, whatever works). It certainly works in the Ryder Cup.
Oldest news: Sergio Garcia is a hornball...