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Phil Mickelson rolled a birdie attempt 8 feet past the hole at No. 11. Steve Stricker did the same at No. 12. Bogey. Bogey.
Sergio Garcia already has drawn the ire of Tiger Woods.
Unable to arrange a private meeting, Garcia left Woods a note in his locker Tuesday at the U.S. Open with hopes of moving on from his racially charged comment and getting back to playing golf.
A handshake on the driving range. A handwritten note left quietly in his locker.
Unable to arrange a private meeting, Sergio Garcia left Tiger Woods a note in his locker Tuesday at the U.S. Open with hopes of moving on from his racially charged comment and getting back to playing golf.
It was the first time they have seen each other since Garcia jokingly said at an awards dinner in England that he would have Woods over for dinner during the U.S. Open and "we will serve fried chicken." Garcia apologized for the racially insensitive remark the next day at a news conference.
Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia shook hands Monday on the U.S. Open practice range at Merion.
"Do guys have an issue one with another? They usually resolve it themselves," said Nicklaus. "You guys want to resolve it in the newspapers today. Nobody needs that. And I think they both finally said, 'It's enough. Forget it, guys. Let's move on.' In our days, I suppose there were times when you had an issue with somebody and it came about. You never read about it."
Jack Nicklaus only has to look at some of the clashes on the PGA Tour in recent months to see how far golf has come since he was in his prime.