“He’s pooping his pants,” one fan yelled as Sergio Garcia backed off a shot on 10. Garcia bogeyed 10, bogeyed 11, and, already down two strokes, bounced his drive off a tree and into the bushes on 13. Somewhere in that stretch, the same thought crossed the minds of every single person watching: He’s doing it again.
Sergio Garcia overcame choking an easy putt to win at 18 by beating Justin Rose in the first playoff hole to claim the Masters title and his first major championship after failing in his first 73 appearances.
Sergio Garcia birdied the famous 17th at TPC Sawgrass to bring him into a tie with Rickie Fowler for The Players championship:
Sergio Garcia's inaccurate tee shot on the third hole at the Bridgestone Invitational knocked the diamond out of a woman's ring. Call it a diamond in the rou—never mind, everyone made that joke already.
Rory McIlroy just made his dad a lot of money.
Oh, for the quaint days of just a few weeks ago, when the Sergio Garcia-Tiger Woods feud was about disruptions on the playing course instead of racial remarks off it.
On May 24, radio host and University of Michigan football announcer Frank Beckmann decided to take to The Detroit News to weigh in on Sergio Garcia's "fried chicken" comments about Tiger Woods. This didn't prove wise, because Beckmann came off as dumb, insensitive, and/or racist, which are generally bad things to be…
I mean, it is delicious.
For over a week now, we've had to talk about this weak golf "feud" between Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods which started in 1999 and got heated, or at least slightly warm, a week and a half ago. Garcia hit a terrible shot on a par-5 second hole at The Players Championship, and blamed Woods for the miss, since Woods was…
Golf's longest-running feud reached new levels of cattiness on Monday. Recall earlier this month, when Sergio Garcia rekindled some old animosity when he blamed Tiger Woods for his errant shot on the second hole of The Player's Championship, an accusation that elicited a someone-get-this-baby-a-bottle response from…
There's no shame in splashing short of TPC Sawgrass's iconic 17th, as Sergio Garcia did yesterday (twice!). Better players have found the drink in the past, and will in the future. But it's hard to beat Garcia's meltdown for pathos, because of history both ancient and recent.
Golf feuds are different than most sports-related feuds. Like everything else with golf, the feuds are a bit more genteel than, say, Jeff Van Gundy hanging off the leg of Alonzo Mourning.
When Sergio's Garcia errant shot got caught in a big ass tree today at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, he was basically screwed. The only thing he could've done was climb up that big ass tree after it, because you have to play the ball as it lies. So that's what he did, and it was spectacular and kind of defied the…
Oh, fuck! The European team just stole the Ryder Cup despite beginning the day well behind on points to the U.S. team. Three Americans lost both 17 and 18 (the U.S. went 0/7 on the 17th hole), the 10-6 lead the U.S. came in with today was not safe, and Gene Wojciechowski's "Ryder Cup all but locked up for U.S."…
This morning, American Ryder Cup teammates Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson faced off against Sergio Garcia and Luke Donald of the European team. Mickelson and Bradley pulled out the victory thanks to a match-winning putt from Bradley, which can be seen in the video above.
Garcia came up short on a short par-3 this afternoon at Olympic — a bad shot, but not that bad — and took out his frustrations on the microphone embedded near the tee. Garcia is four over through 36 holes, just in under the projected cut line.
Spanish golfer Sergio Garcia responded to a lousy start at the Thailand Golf Championship today by chucking his 4-iron into a pond near the par 3 eighth hole during the tournament's opening round.