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Sergio Garcia Gives Alternative View On State Of Golf

Sergio Garcia takes a shot at LIV Golf Miami

In recent months, much of the discussion on the direction of the elite game has focused on how it can come back together, with talks ongoing between the PGA Tour and the Saudi Public Investment Fund behind LIV Golf to address the issue.

Several players have also called for the fractures in the game to heal for the good of golf, including Bryson DeChambeau, who last week suggested “too many people are losing interest” in the sport. However, fellow LIV golfer Sergio Garcia doesn’t quite see it that way.

The Fireballs GC will compete in this week’s Masters thanks to his victory at the Major in 2017. The event is one of the few in the calendar where the world’s best from the PGA Tour and LIV Golf come together, but Garcia is unconcerned with the separation, and doesn’t even think the current crop of players are pivotal to the future.

Sergio Garcia made the switch to LIV Golf in 2022

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Speaking to the media ahead of the event, he said: “I think the game is in a perfect spot. The professional game, maybe it’s a little more separated, mostly because of the media, not so much because of the players. But I think the game itself is in a great spot.


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