Sergio Garcia Defends Greg Norman After Tiger Woods’ Attack

2022 LIV Golf-Portland Caddie Bib Team Names
The caddie bib of Fireballs GC Captain Sergio Garcia is shown during day 2 of the LIV Golf Invitational-Portland at Pumpkin Ridge GC on July 1, 2022 in North Plains, Oregon. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey for LIV Golf via Getty Images)

Tiger Woods may be unable to swing a golf club due to his most recent car crash but he’s getting good at slinging BS. The tour’s high-risk driver blasted Greg Norman in a pre-tournament presser.

“I think he Greg [Norman] has to go, first of all,” said Woods. “And then obviously the litigation against us and then our countersuit against them. Those would then have to be at a stay as well, then we can talk, we can all talk freely.”

Sergio Garcia came to Norman’s defense during an interview with Spanish outlet Marca. The 2017 Masters winner knocked Woods and Rory McIlroy for their one-way narratives.

“They (Woods and Rory McIlroy) say that Greg Norman has to go. And yet Monahan gets to stay… or go?,” asked Garcia.

“It’s very easy to say those on the other side have to go. And what about those on your side? There are also people who have done things wrong.

“You have to look at everything. Greg Norman is our CEO and we support him. We all wish we could come to an agreement.

“There are people who could have done wrong in both places, but it seems that there are only bad guys on one side.”

In seven starts for LIV Golf, Garcia posted four top-10 finishes, while earning $4,003,786. He added $2,125,000 in prize money earned as part of the Fireballs team, which captured the LIV Golf Bangkok team title. Garcia finished 12th overall in the season-long money race with a $6,128,786 total.



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