Garcia taking the positives
Sergio Garcia felt there was reason to be upbeat after tying for sixth place at the Open Championship on Monday.
The 35-year-old Spaniard’s wait for a first major trophy continued as ended with a final-round 70 that left him 11 under.
The Spaniard was five under par for his round through 10 holes and making a serious run, but three bogeys over his closing eight holes halted his charge.
“I would have loved to finish a couple better but I’m still happy with the week,” he said.
“I love this tournament, I love these crowds, I love these courses.
“I’m just going to keep giving myself chances until things happen and then hopefully I manage to win at least one of these.
“I would love to win a British Open but even if I don’t, the experiences I’ve had at these championships, they’ve been amazing, and nobody can take that away from me.”
A nice birdie-fest – Tiger Woods expecting low scoring Hero World Challenge
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Adam Scott relishing chance to experience a career first at the Australian Open
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Tiger Woods backs up Rory McIlroy and says LIV Golf boss Greg Norman ‘has to go’
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Tiger Woods withdraws from Hero World Challenge due to foot problem
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Tiger Woods to partner son Charlie in next month’s PNC Championship
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I want to fulfil my dreams – Adam Scott in no mood to lower expectations
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Nicolas Colsaerts named a vice-captain for Europe’s Ryder Cup team
The Belgian joins Thomas Bjorn and Edoardo Molinari on Luke Donald’s staff.
Ireland’s Ancient East: Golf attractions alongside stunning beauty of Kildare
Ireland has a rich mix of tourist attractions across its varied and beautiful terrain.
Rory McIlroy crowned top golfer in Europe despite Jon Rahm claiming Dubai title
The Spaniard’s two-shot victory over England’s Tyrrell Hatton and Sweden’s Alex Noren was his third in six years at Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Leona Maguire shoots day’s best to tie Lydia Ko in chasing LPGA’s largest prize
Maguire is chasing her second title while Ko is close to claiming her second straight LPGA Tour player of the year.