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Sergio Garcia

Sergio Garcia the apologies king of golf

Sergio Garcia. Photo: AFP

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. There's still time, of course. On second thoughts, maybe a nice bouquet of flowers tucked inside one of those wicker baskets they use for flags here might work better. C'mon. What's a fellow got to do to prove he's sorry?

Thursday, 13 June, 2013, 5:52am

Non-stop drama on the PGA Tour

Vijay Singh is suing the tour.

Ernie Els flashed that easy smile when he saw a reporter walking towards the clubhouse at TPC Sawgrass last month. "This must be great for you guys," he said through his laughter. "Come out to the PGA Tour and every week they hand you another story."

2 Jun 2013 - 8:55am

A Bad Week for ... , May 26, 2013

Barry Cheung Chun-yuen

Police interviewed him as part of their investigation into the failure of his Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange, which had to hand back its trading licence last weekend. Four people have been arrested in connection with the investigation and three have appeared in court.

26 May 2013 - 4:35am

Sergio Garcia to pay dearly for his 'racist' remark about Tiger Woods

Sergio Garcia speaks to the media at a pro-am tournament at Wentworth, England. Photo:

Sergio Garcia could have stopped after he whined about fans of Tiger Woods making too much noise on the golf course. He should have stopped after saying Woods is not a nice person who has been lying to the media since the first time he stepped into an interview room.

24 May 2013 - 4:48am

Garcia-Woods feud goes on after 'fried chicken' remark

Sergio Garcia

A contrite Sergio Garcia said yesterday he wanted a meeting with Tiger Woods to apologise directly for the racism row that was sparked by his "fried chicken" comment at an official dinner.

23 May 2013 - 3:53am 3 comments

Tiger Woods silences Sergio Garcia with Players victory

Tiger Woods hits out of a sand trap on the 16th hole during the final round of The Players Championship PGA golf tournament at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida on Sunday. Photo: Reuters

Tiger Woods shook off a double bogey at the 14th hole on Sunday and held on to win the US PGA Tour Players Championship, setting another career milestone in the process.

Woods, who had a share of the lead with Sergio Garcia and David Lingmerth after completing the weather-disrupted third round on Sunday morning, carded a final-round 70 for a 13-under par total of 275.

13 May 2013 - 2:39pm