Fri. Aug 23rd, 2019

Sergio García apologizes for his disqualification in Saudi Arabia

Sergio García se disculpa por su descalificación en Arabia Saudí

To err is human and of wise is to rectify. For all facets has happened Sergio García, one of the best Spanish golfers in history, which often betrays his character. It happened like that in Saudi Arabia, where he was disqualified for leaving in bad condition some greens product of his anger.

A few days after what happened, with a colder head, Garcia wanted to apologize for what happened, which he has done through a message on his social networks. "I have had time to reflect and I want to apologize to the fans and my teammates. What happened is not an example of what I want to be and does not convey what I truly am, "says the golfer.

Sergio admits that "what happened is not an example of what I want to be"

Sergio wanted to explain the reasons that led him to have this behavior: "I am a passionate player and at the same time it is one of my strengths, it is also sometimes my weak point. I am focused on redirecting those emotions, on learning and showing the best of myself. Thanks for all your support".

The El Borriol golfer is in Los Angeles, where this week he will play the Genesis Open in Riviera, a tournament belonging to the PGA Tour, and his brother Víctorle will play as a caddy. Next to him, will be Jon Rahm and Rafa Cabrera Bello, in addition to Tiger Woods.

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