Tiger Woods didn't mince words when asked if he considered calling Sergio Garcia after "The Pulled 5-Wood Heard Around The World" at The Players Championship to finally make up, put their rivalry to bed and just "chill."
"No," Woods replied with a slight smile after a short pause (watch the video below).
The incident in question has been dissected since the Players ended with Woods claiming his fourth win this season. Sergio said the crowd noise after Tiger pulled a club from his bag caused Garcia's mishit on the par-5 2nd hole at TPC Sawgrass. Woods said a marshal told him Sergio had already hit. Two marshals said that never happened. Two different marshals spoke otherwise.
Whatever the truth is, Woods has his story. And he is sticking to it.
"Obviously, the matter has been put behind me. The truth came out. As I was(Photo: AP)
saying the entire time, I told people what I had heard and what had
happened," Woods told the USA Today's Steve DiMeglio after a press conference promoting the AT&T National on Monday.