Tiger Woods provided a one-word answer on Monday as to whether he has tried to clear the air with Sergio Garcia in after their Players Championship disagreement.
"No," Woods told reporters at Congressional Country Club outside of Washington, D.C.
Woods smiled after making the remark during media day for the June 27-30 AT&T National.
Woods and Garcia were involved in a spat at the TPC Sawgrass May 11-12. Garcia was annoyed by a distraction he felt Woods could have avoided when they were in the same playing group in the third round.
After the final round, Garcia said he was glad he wasn't in Woods' group that day.
"He isn't the nicest guy on tour," Garcia said.
Later Monday, Woods told USA Today, "Obviously the matter has been put behind me. The truth came out. As I was saying the entire time, I told people what I had heard and what had happened."
Neither seems bothered by the incident.
"He doesn't make a difference to my life and I know I don't make a difference to his life," Garcia said Monday, according to ESPN.com. "This is not just one thing. This has been going on for a long time."
While speaking at an event in London on Monday, he insisted he would not back down from Woods.
"He called me a whiner," Garcia said, according to ESPN.com. "That's probably right. It's also probably the first thing he's told you guys that's true in 15 years. I know what he is like. You guys are finding out.
"He can and will beat me a lot of times but he is not going to step on me. I'm not afraid of him."