Not long after Tommy Fleetwood’s repeat victory in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, claimed on the same day that Jon Rahm won at the CareerBuilder Challenge...
Much has been made of how the past two Omega Dubai Desert Classic champions kicked on to breakthrough major wins at the U.S. Masters. But for Sergio Garcia, the “rub of the green” streak is purely “coincidence”.
Pat Perez obviously intends on playing well in his Omega Dubai Desert Classic debut and will no doubt have a gaggle of golf’s assembled keyboard warriors, as well as his share of the Majlis galleries, willing him on.
Defending champion Sergio Garcia will tee it up with the ‘Iceman’ Henrik Stenson and red-hot Rory McIlroy in one of two mouth-watering marquee groups on the opening day of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
Thomas Bjorn captained the European team to EurAsia Cup victory two weeks ago but it wasn’t only potential Ryder Cup picks he got an insight into.
The field at Asian Tour’s SMBC Singapore Open wasn’t quite the one Sergio Garcia would have faced if he was playing Abu Dhabi...
It might be nearly five years since Ernie Els last won but the Big Easy clearly isn’t kicking back waiting for semi-retirement on the over 50s senior circuit.
After a 15-year run with TaylorMade that included winning his first major championship at last year’s Masters, Sergio Garcia has signed a multiyear endorsement deal with Callaway to use its clubs and ball.
What has been a memorable 2017 continued to be so for Sergio Garcia upon news that he had been named European Golfer of the Year.
Ask Tyrrell Hatton for his favourite closing hole in golf and the 18th on Earth at Jumeirah Golf Estates most definitely won't feature.
Last month Sergio Garcia and TaylorMade announced they had mutually parted ways and it hasn’t taken the reigning Masters champ long to enjoy his freedom as an equipment free agent.