Sergio Garcia, who owns the sixth best percentage rate of all-time European players, will tee it up in the Ryder Cup for the eighth time at Hazeltine National Golf Club this week.
Sergio Garcia enjoyed a bogey-free 4-under-par 34-34=68 in the second round of the BMW Championship to reach halftime on 7-under 137, up 10 places to T6 with play still in progress.
After skipping the first leg of the FedExCup Playoffs, Sergio Garcia returns to action at this week's Deutsche Bank Championship.
Sergio Garcia thrashed a superb 5-under-par 31-35-66 to end the Men's Olympic Golf Competition on 7-under 277.
Sergio Garcia is excited to be representing Spain in the 31st Olympiad at Rio de Janeiro this week.
In a year for first-time major winners, Sergio Garcia will hope it's his turn at this week's PGA Championship.
Sergio Garcia styled a 2-under-par 33-36=69 in today's final round of The 145th Open Championship for a four-day tally of 4-under 280, up four spots on the live leaderboard to T5.
Sergio Garcia backed up with a 2-over-par 34-39=73 in the third round of the 145th Open Championship for a three-day tally of 2-under 211, down four places to T10 with play still in progress.
Sergio Garcia tossed up a 1-under-par 35-35=70 in today's second round of the 145th Open Championship to post 4-under 138, up five spots on the live leaderboard to T7, six back of 36-hole clubhouse leader Phil Mickelson.
A wild back nine - which saw him post every number from 2 to 6 - allowed Sergio Garcia to card 3-under-par 33-36=69 at the BMW International Open, good enough for T5 on 10-under 278.
Sergio Garcia remains winless in major championships following an even-par 33-37=70 during the closing round of this week's U.S. Open Championship, finishing the week at even-par 280.
Sergio Garcia battled for an even-par 34-36=70 in the second round of the U.S. Open to reach the midpoint on 2-under 138, two back of 36-hole clubhouse leader and playing competitor Dustin Johnson.
After a slow start to the round, Sergio Garcia rebounded to record a 2-under-par 35-33=68 during round one of the 116th U.S. Open Championship.
With a par on the first playoff hole, Sergio Garcia emerged the victor at the AT&T Byron Nelson for a second time in his 12th appearance (2004 playoff), and claimed his ninth PGA TOUR title in his 301st career start.