GARCIA MORE RELAXED AFTER MASTERS WIN?

One of the biggest stories in golf in April, aside Tiger Woods back fusion surgery, was Sergio Garcia’s win at the masters.


Few months down the line and with the PGA Tour back in Georgia, his name is barely thrown around.

He is a reigning Masters winner yet he was not brought in for pre-tournament interview; Something that last happened back in 2009 in Angel Cabrera’s time. His performance in the last two months obviously has a big part to play in the snub.

Justin Thomas, Jordan Spieth, Rickie Fowler and Dustin Johnson have been enjoying their time as they play very well. Garcia reached a new high in 2017 but he might have doubts over his overall performance for the season under review.

However, considering his travels with the green jacket and other off the course activities, the golfer says he is satisfied with the year so far.

“Everything that’s been going on, on and off the course. I’ve had some other really nice years but this one probably bigger things have happened,” the newly married man said.

Garcia struggled ahead of the FedEx Cup as he fell out of the top 30 stars who qualify for the Tour Championship. He needed to play very well at the BMW Championship to qualify for East Lake after skipping a playoff event and finishing T35 in Boston.

He narrowly qualified for Atlanta as he made a 5, spending up to 40 minutes to complete his final hole. Despite many waiting like Phil Mickelson, he took his time to make the move and secure his spot. He was confident, calm and relaxed. The 37-year old veteran admits that he is better relaxed and patient these days.

Garcia denies pressure to qualify for East Lake as the Masters winner – an event he last qualified in 2014. He is not rated as a favourite to win. Speith was the first to win the season finale as a Masters winner in 2015.

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Cabrera To Accompany Mike Wier And Vijay Singh And At Fiji International Tournament

Angel Cabrera, the former champion of US Masters will join his fellow the winners green jacket Vijay Singh and Mike Weir at the tournament Fiji International later this month.


The 17-20th August event is co-sanctioned by the Asian European and Australasian Tours. Cabrera, who most of the time play the PGA Tour, is interested in renewing acquaintances with the hometown favorite Singh and likes of Weir.

The player from Argentina in 2009 won the Masters, whereas the Canadian Weir got his Major title, which is the only one of him in 2003 at Augusta National, while in the year 2000, Fijian Singh with his performance earned the green jacket for himself.

Cabrera in his interview spoke about the event and said “In the past few years, I have been the part of Asian or European Tour event, thus playing alongside to those guys in Fiji again will be a great time”.

“I am desperate to visit Fiji and really can’t wait going there, I have heard about a lot about the place and about some of the amazing courses there.”

Talking about the Vijay his competitor, Cabrera said, “He is a terrific competitor and a player, for the game, he has a great mind, I am very sure that his experience of the game will be reflected in the course, which he has redesigned.”

Cabrera, was beaten by Adam Scott the golfer from Australia in a playoff in the Masters of the year 2013, he won a tournament last at the PGA Tour, Greenbrier Classic in the year 2014.

Cabrera further added that the competition in Fiji is going to be interesting the full of fun. The course will have a lot of stellar moments during the match, this is for sure.

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