Sergio Garcia — Getty ImagesSergio Garcia has been a tough cookie to figure out over the years. We've seen the Good Sergio, leaping at Medinah, dominating at the Ryder Cup, playing well for 54 holes at majors, and the Bad Sergio, spitting in cups, blaming someone raking a bunker for his bogey on the 72nd hole at Carnoustie, and the thing about the 33-year-old Spaniard is you really never know which one you'll get.
On Saturday at the Players Championship, Garcia was paired with Tiger Woods for the 20th time in his career and it doesn't take a mathematician to realize that Tiger has had Sergio's card for most of his career.
But is Tiger ever really responsible for a bad shot that Garcia hits? According to Sergio, yes. In an interview conducted during a weather delay on Saturday, Sergio went right at the No. 1 golfer in the world when asked about a bad second shot he hit on the second hole, a par-5, that resulted in a bogey.
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"I wouldn't say he didn't see that I was ready, but you do have a feel when the other guy