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Sergio Garcia

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Valspar Championship (2018)
#3. Like Paul Casey, Garcia fits this course perfectly. He can shape his tee shots around doglegs, and he's still one of the premier iron players in th... Read More
WGC - Mexico Championship (2018)
#11. Sergio has strung together a couple mediocre finishes since winning in Singapore, but this track should suit his game well. He finished 12th a year... Read More
The Honda Classic (2018)
#3. If we're talking about a ball-striker's paradise and windy conditions, there's nobody better in the world than Sergio Garcia. He's in a great spot ... Read More
Tour Championship (2017)
#16. I feel like Sergio is flying way under the radar, at a course that should suit his game very well. He's posted four top-10s in five appearances at ... Read More
EMC Championship (2017)
#17. Sergio seems to be flying under the radar this week, mostly because he skipped last week's Northern Trust. It's been an amazing year for Sergio, wh... Read More
PGA Championship (2017)
#13. Are we overlooking the Masters Champion? Garcia has had the best year of his career, and seems to be flying a bit under-the-radar this week. He's p... Read More
WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (2017)
#9. Surprisingly, Garcia doesn't have a great track record at Firestone, even though it's a course that favors elite ball-striking. Garcia has always f... Read More
The Open Championship�(British Open) (2017)
#3. I had Garcia penciled in for a win at Royal Birkdale this season, but his Masters victory has me second guessing myself. It's very difficult to win... Read More
U.S. Open (2017)
#9. Part of me thinks Sergio is due for a letdown after winning the Masters, but he's backed it up with 30th, 20th, and 12th place finishes. Amazingly,... Read More
Dean & DeLuca Invitational (2017)
#5. Garcia stormed into contention last Saturday, but faded on Sunday. He may be a bit burned out after the Masters win, but his game seems to be holdi... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2017)
#5. Sergio managed to get himself into the mix at TPC Sawgrass after a slow start, mostly thanks to his ace on the Island Green. He had taken a month o... Read More
The Players Championship (2017)
#5. You can't come to TPC Sawgrass without mention of Sergio, who is a previous winner here. He's also posted very recent 2nd and 3rdRead More
Masters Tournament (2017)
#12. I'm very high on Sergio this year, and have picked him to win the Open Championship. That doesn't mean that we should overlook him at Augusta, howe... Read More
WGC-Mexico Championship (2017)
#7. Everything should line up for Sergio here, but something about this price feels like a trap. He's going to be very popular at a discounted price af... Read More
The Honda Classic (2017)
#3. Sergio is a great play this week, and any week where we are targeting ball-striking and accuracy. Garcia finished runner-up here to Scott last seas... Read More
Genesis Open (2017)
#7. One of my top values of the week. Garcia is coming off a win in Dubai, and seems to be in a great place. Garcia recently got engaged, and is playin... Read More
WGC-HSBC Champions (2017)
#13. Garcia has finished 11th, 28th, and 4th at Sheshan the past three seasons, and won in 2008, so the course history ... Read More
CIMB Classic (2017)
#10. We haven't seen Sergio since his duel with Phil Mickelson at the Ryder Cup, so I'm sure he's itching to play. One thing about Sergio, however: he l... Read More
BMW Champ (2016)
#30. Sergio finished T36 at the DBC last week in his first start since the Olympics. The event started off well for him with back to back 68s then he falte... Read More
Deutsche Champ (2016)
#7. Sergio has skipped this event three of the last four years, but that one trip was a T4 in 2013. He hasn't played anywhere since finishing T8 at the Ol... Read More
PGA Champ (2016)
#5. He has three straight top 5 finishes since his Win back in May, including the U.S. Open and the Open Championship. He had a top 25 here back in 2005 a... Read More
The Open Champ (2016)
#6. Since his win at the Byron Nelson, Sergio has back to back top five finishes including at the U.S. Open. We know he is an excellent Euro player and fi... Read More
US Open (2016)
#13. The mix of poor accuracy off the tee and scrambling may scare folks off of the Spaniard this week (11th in SG:T2G, 114th in SG:P, third in P4E450-500,... Read More
AT&T Byron Nelson (2016)
#17. Sergio was a regular at the Byron Nelson early in his career playing every year from 1999 through 2008. He’s only played once since 2008 (T20 in 2011)... Read More
#2. This is the type of course built for Sergio where you need to be able to be able to make shots of all shapes and sizes. He’s finished in the top 10 ea... Read More
The Masters (2016)
#20. He does have three top 20s in his last four starts at Augusta and won’t be scared off by the wind. But, he can't win a major. He said so himself. He's... Read More
Houston Open (2016)
#5. Garcia’s profile fits though his putter (168th in SG:P this year) has been worse than normal. He finished solo third two years ago at the SHO, but stu... Read More
SGC-Cadillac (2016)
#19. So…this is how it’s going to be Sergio? Sergio’s record is the reverse of Phil’s here. Sergio finished T31 last year and T16 two years ago. As we look... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2016)
#2. Sergio makes his Stateside debut this week and his recent history here is quite nice. With three top 15s in the last four years (he didn’t tee it up t... Read More
BMW Champ (2015)
#19. Repeat after me. He'll probably contend. He won't likely win. He'll probably contend. He won't likely win. He was T18 at the 2013 BMW and should be we... Read More
PGA Champ (2015)
#33. Ok. Fine. You were right. He can’t win the big one. He won’t win this one and there isn’t a reason to roster him this week. I’ll fade him (probably co... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2015)
#4. Sergio Garcia has had Top 25 finishes in every event dating all the way back to the Masters in April. While he seems to never be able to actually win ... Read More
British Open (2015)
#11. Sergio is actually my number one statistical profile for the week as he’s 25th in driving distance (second on the European Tour), fourth in SG:T2G, 24... Read More
Travelers Champ (2015)
#4. Sergio is one of the finest ball strikers on Tour (26th this year) and put up a T2 last year as he’s made the cut all three times he’s played here. He... Read More
US Open (2015)
#34. Garcia leads the European Tour in driving distance, but in looking at his performance at U.S. Opens in the past, it becomes clear that he’ll see the w... Read More
PLAYERS Champ (2015)
#8. Sergio has a stellar track record at THE PLAYERS with 13 cuts made in 15 visits to TPC Sawgrass. He has back to back top 10 finishes here as well and ... Read More
The Masters (2015)
#16. Garcia missed the cut last year for the first time since 2008. Prior to that he had back to back top 15 finishes. He comes in to August with four stra... Read More
Houston Open (2015)
#5. Garcia picked up a solo third at the SHO last year with his only other start here in 2009 (T77). He did hold the lead after two rounds so he can make ... Read More
WGC-Cadillac (2015)
#14. Sergio has seven top 10 finishes in this 14 trips here, but only two of them since 2007 including a tie for third in 2013. He's been playing well e... Read More
Honda Classic (2015)
#4. Sergio was all around the leader board last at the Northern Trust. He's played here four times and made the cut four times. He tied for eighth last... Read More
Northern Trust (2015)
#14. Yes, Garcia's history is good with his last two appearances (2012 and 2013 netting him top 15 finishes). However, this is his first week in the Sta... Read More
TOUR Championship (2014)
#5. After losing the 2008 tournament at East Lake in a playoff, Garcia didn't return to the site until a T15 in 2012 and last year's T9. ... Read More
BMW Championship (2014)
#5. Garcia skipped the first round of the FedEx Cup Playoffs before a disappointing T57 last week at TPC Boston. Sergio's three runner-up performances are... Read More
The Barclays (2014)
#5. Garcia was the runner-up in three of four tournaments before his T35 at the PGA. Sergio won this event in 2001 and 2004 when it was the Buick Classic,... Read More
PGA Championship (2014)
#3. Garcia knocked a diamond off a woman's ring prior to fading in the final round last week at Firestone. He's now finished with at least a share of seco... Read More
WGC - Bridgestone Invitational (2014)
#10. Garcia has played Firestone a lot, 12 times since 1999, but hasn't recorded a Top 20 since 2007. However, over his last three starts he's finished T2 ... Read More
The Open Championship (2014)
#8. Garcia owns one win and four top-three finishes in 13 worldwide starts this season. In his last two starts, he finished T2 at TPC River Highlands and ... Read More
Travelers Championship (2014)
#7. Since placing solo third at THE PLAYERS, Garcia finished T38 and withdrew from a pair of European Tour events prior to a T35 at the U.S. Open. Sergio’... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2014)
#20. Garcia is making his first appearance since withdrawing from the BMW PGA Championship with a knee issue. He played Pinehurst back in 2005 and placed T... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2014)
#5. Garcia won this even back in 2008 and placed T8 last year after owning the lead following the second and third rounds. Prior to missing the cut at ... Read More
The Masters (2014)
#7. Garcia opened last year’s Masters with a share of the lead and finished T8. In 2012 he placed T12, giving consecutive top-20s for the first time ever ... Read More
Shell Houston Open (2014)
#10. Garcia hasn’t played Redstone since 2009. He has played a total of four stroke play events this year. Sergio opened 2014 with a T19 and a win on the E... Read More
WGC-Cadillac Championship (2014)
#9. Since winning an event in Qatar, Garcia got to the third round in match play and placed T8 last week at the Honda. Sergio has played Doral six times s... Read More
The Honda Classic (2014)
#7. Garcia is playing the Honda for the first time since competing here from 2008-10. Sergio lost in the third round of match play last week, but won a... Read More
TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola (2013)
#14. Last year’s T15 at East Lake was Garcia’s first trip to the site since earning a pair of top-fives in 2007 and 2008. Sergio began the postseason with ... Read More
BMW Championship (2013)
#19. After a pleasant start to the season, Garcia has cooled off considerably playing on Tour over the summer. He’s now back on the radar, though, followin... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2013)
#27. Garcia has only played TPC Boston once the last three years, a T31 in 2011. Sergio comes in with a streak of 18 consecutive cuts made. On Tour he rank... Read More
The Barclays (2013)
#15. Garcia opened the 2009 event at Liberty National with the lead after a round of 65. He would take big steps back the next two rounds to ultimately fin... Read More
Wyndham Championship (2013)
#5. Sergio doesn’t always play Sedgefield, but when he does he performs extremely well. Garcia played this event back in 2009 to a solo fourth, yet didn’t... Read More
PGA Championship (2013)
#24. Garcia has finished 40th or worse in two of his last three starts. He played Oak Hill in 2003 and missed the cut. Despite the recent struggles, Sergio... Read More
World Golf Championships - Bridgestone Invitational (2013)
#17. Garcia has played Firestone the last 11 years with eight top-30s. Dating back to last year, he has made 14 straight cuts while on Tour. Garcia has ... Read More
The Open Championship (2013)
#12. Garcia has played in 13 worldwide stroke play events this year with 11 finishes inside the top 20. He finished T8 at Muirfield in 2002 and is coming o... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2013)
#8. Garcia remains likeable, at least for fantasy purposes, with four top-10s in his last six starts including a meltdown at the end of THE PLAYERS. His m... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2013)
#8. Garcia won the 2008 edition of THE PLAYERS and has made nine consecutive cuts at Sawgrass. He’s finished 16th or better in five of his six stroke play... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2013)
#9. Garcia has finished 13th or better four times in five stroke play events this season. Sergio skipped this event last year after a T28 in 2011.... Read More
The Masters (2013)
#19. Garcia withdrew from Bay Hill with a sore Achilles and a shoulder injury, perhaps aggravated during a unique shot out of a tree on the 10th hole. Prio... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard (2013)
#4. After skipping Bay Hill twice, Garcia returned in 2011 with a solo eighth performance. Last year, however, he only managed a T33 finish. Sergio has... Read More
Tampa Bay Championship (2013)
#2. Garcia has been stout all year worldwide, starting with a T2 in Qatar and a T17 in Dubai. He then shifted over stateside to finish T13 at Riviera,... Read More
World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship (2013)
#26. Garcia plays Doral most years, but hasn’t seen a lot of success. If you count the Ford Championship at Doral, Sergio has played this course eight time... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2013)
#3. After taking a few years off from playing Riviera, Garcia returned to the site last year with a T4 finish. Sergio is making his first start on Tour of... Read More
TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola (2012)
#10. Following a victory in the Wyndham Championship, Garcia began the postseason with a T3. However, after taking a week off, he would finish T24 in the B... Read More
BMW Championship (2012)
#9. Following a win at Sedgefield, Garcia came right back with a T3 in The Barclays. Sergio skipped TPC Boston last week and is one of a small handful of ... Read More
The Barclays (2012)
#8. After missing the cut in the last two majors, Garcia won last week’s Wyndham Championship. The field this week gets a significant upgrade, but Sergio... Read More
Wyndham Championship (2012)
#8. Since finishing solo third at Sedgefield in 2009, Garcia has not returned to the site until this week. After some pretty consistent play this season, ... Read More
The Open Championship (2012)
#7. In 14 worldwide starts this season, Garcia owns four top-fives and eight finishes of 16th or better while not missing a single cut. Since finishing T9... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2012)
#19. Garcia has finished inside the top 20 in seven of his 10 worldwide stroke play events this season and is coming off a T3 at the Nordea Masters. With f... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (2012)
#12. Back in 2001, Garcia won at Colonial in his first career start at the site. From 2002-05, he missed three cuts before skipping this event every sea... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2012)
#9. Garcia will enter THE PLAYERS coming off a month of rest since earning a share of 12th at the Masters, his third top-20 in five stroke play events thi... Read More
The Masters (2012)
#24. Since finishing inside the top-five at Augusta in 2004, Garcia has missed three cuts and has finished no better than T35 in seven starts. In four stro... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational (2012)
#4. After taking two years off from playing at Bay Hill, Garcia finished with a solo eighth last year. Garcia opened his stateside schedule with a T4 at R... Read More
Transitions Championship (2012)
#15. Last week's T60 would not have been nearly as bad if not for a octuple-bogey on the par-four third hold in the final round of play in which four of... Read More
World Golf Championships - Cadillac Championship (2012)
#14. From 2007-10, Garcia saw his finish at Doral decline year after year from a T3 to a T15 to a pair of finishes outside of the top-30. He didn’t compete... Read More
Northern Trust Open (2012)
#6. Garcia has not competed at Riviera since 2008 and is making his first Tour start of the season this week. However, he’s started the year off strong wi... Read More
BMW Championship (2011)
#21. In his two career starts at Cog Hill, Garcia finished T6 in 2009 and ninth in 2007. After finishing T12 at the PGA Championship, he’s been a bit of a ... Read More
Deutsche Bank Championship (2011)
#18. He was not eligible to play in this event last year, but Garcia has done well at TPC Boston in three career starts. He finished 26th at the site in 20... Read More
The Barclays (2011)
#13. In 13 Tour events played this season, Garcia has registered eight top-25s and three top-10s, while only missing one cut. He’s coming off a T12 at the ... Read More
PGA Championship (2011)
#22. After finishing inside the top-10 in both the U.S. Open Championship and The Open Championship, it appeared Garcia was going to catch fire to end the ... Read More
World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational (2011)
#17. Since 2004, Garcia has finished 22nd or better in six of his seven starts at Firestone. He recently picked up top-10s at both the U.S. and British Ope... Read More
The Greenbrier Classic (2011)
#2. In 10 Tour starts this season, Garcia has only missed one cut with seven top-20 finishes, including consecutive top-10s in the U.S. Open and British O... Read More
The Open Championship (2011)
#10. It seems hard to believe, after the last two campaigns, we would have any love for Sergio at any one of the majors. However, the British was once a... Read More
U.S. Open Championship (2011)
#10. He wasn't qualified by traditional means, but we couldn't be more excited by Sergio's entry into this week's field. He has been surging through 201... Read More
FedEx St. Jude Classic (2011)
#7. He was one round away from having us as the drivers of the Sergio Garcia bandwagon, and that one round (the final at Colonial) forces us to push hi... Read More
HP Byron Nelson Championship (2011)
#6. Garcia appears to be headed toward positive ground with two majors dead ahead and several positive finishes in the books. He should be a favorite f... Read More
Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial (2011)
#4. Garcia's history on this particular track is as rich as any golfer in the field. He has an oversized check in the bank from this event and lately h... Read More
THE PLAYERS Championship (2011)
#10. We are officially buying our way back into the Sergio fan club after another worthy performance at Quail Hollow. As luck would have it, these two t... Read More
Wells Fargo Championship (2011)
#21. We get a good feeling from Garcia as he continues down the comeback trail. He's shown well this season and we know he has knowledge on this particu... Read More
Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard (2011)
#30. If you want to believe your eyes, you may find Garcia is on the rise after a much-needed break from the game. He is a dangerous proposal based on r... Read More