May
11
2017

Embed from Getty Images Sergio Garcia is certainly having a year to remember! 2017 continues to be the year of Sergio, where he just keeps winning, and after all those years of bad bounces and “ghosts,” the golf gods are finally trying to level things out. In his first start following his Masters victory last […]

Oct
1
2016
By Jon McCarthy under Ryder Cup

Embed from Getty Images   Sergio Garcia reminded all of America why he’s their real Ryder Cup villain — and he didn’t need his brother’s help. Garcia and fellow Spaniard Rafa Cabrera-Bello stormed back from 4-down to halve their match against the Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed Saturday morning. The massive crowd at Hazeltine has […]

May
22
2016

Embed from Getty Images Sergio Garcia collected his ninth PGA Tour victory by beating Brooks Koepka in the first playoff hole at the AT&T Byron Nelson on Sunday. Garcia has fond memories at this tournament, shooting a 62 in his first-ever round in ’99, where he went on to finish T3 at the ripe age […]

Jul
17
2014
By Bernie D'Amato under The Open Championship

  #452278648 / gettyimages.com Sergio Garcia shot an opening 68 at Hoylake, and is two shots off the pace set by Rory McIlroy. Garcia said, “Every time you start a major championship and an Open with a 4-under, you’ve got to be pleased with it. Obviously, a couple of birdie chances on the last three […]

May
8
2014

A year ago, Sergio Garcia was in contention at The Players Championship — that is, until he dumped three balls in water hazards on the final two holes on Sunday. Well, this time around, Garcia is playing well again at TPC Sawgrass, posting an opening five-under 67 (which currently puts him in a tie for […]

Jun
15
2013
By Stephanie Wei under US Open

Sergio Garcia was preparing to tee off the 11th, his first hole in the third round of the U.S. Open, when a spectator hollered, “fried chicken” as he was about to hit. <cringe> As expected, Sergio has received grief from vociferous Philly fans at Merion this week, and when security asked if he wanted the […]

May
3
2013

The biggest story of the week has been and continues to be the state of the greens at Quail Hollow Club. Some say it’s due to a tough winter. Others say the new superintendent screwed up. Another says the Tour screwed them up with using crappy soil. We’re not sure, but the greens are — […]

Apr
27
2011
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Since playing in his first major, the ’99 British Open, as a pro, Sergio Garcia has competed in 46 consecutive majors — a streak that’s now in danger of coming to an end. Garcia, who has fallen to No. 76 in the world, is not exempt for the US Open at Congressional. Which means he […]