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- Getty ImagesA day after apologizing for a racially insensitive remark about Tiger Woods, Sergio Garcia was greeted with polite applause at the BMW PGA Championship, where he shot 72. Garcia said he called Woods’ agent and will speak ‘face-to-face’ with Woods at the U.S. Open. Full Story
- Getty ImagesSergio Garcia's controversial comment about Tiger Woods added to a long line of flat-out dumb remarks made by players, commentators and other people in the game. Read The Story
- Warren Little / Getty ImagesBased solely on his racially insensitive comment about Tiger Woods, we don't know if Sergio Garcia is a racist, but we do know that he's a whiner and a victim who's incapable of blaming himself when things go wrong, writes SI's Michael Rosenberg. Read the Story
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