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Sergio Garcia Responds to Brandel Chamblee's Criticism

Adam Scott Edges Sergio Garcia to Win Honda Classic
Adam Scott shot an even-par 70 and beat Sergio Garcia by one to win the Honda Classic on Sunday at PGA National.

Golf Channel analyst Brandel Chamblee is ruffling some tour pro feathers again.

Sergio Garcia, in response to a comment made on the television network's broadcast, lashed back at Chamblee over Twitter.

"You must be right Brendal [sic] Chamblee, according to you my bad attitude has made me a top 17 player 15 out of 17 years, sorry!" Garcia tweeted Saturday.

The Spaniard followed up the misspelling of Chamblee's name with another tweet, saying, "He's so important in my life that I can't even write his name right."

Shots fired, Sergio!

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Sergio Garcia reacts to his second shot on the sixth hole during the final round of the Honda Classic at PGA National on Feb. 28, 2016, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

Garcia threw a tantrum at the WGC-Cadillac Championship Friday after a mishit at tricky Doral, which was likely the source of Chamblee's commentary.

 

 

Garcia has fallen under criticism lately and has been accused of being unable to close a tournament. The latest example was just last week at the Honda Classic, where Garcia failed to convert his 13th career 54-hole lead into a win, falling to Adam Scott.

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Chamblee has been known not to mince words, and it seems Garcia is just the latest victim.

 

 

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