Sergio Garcia - Profile

Sergio Garcia: Twice a runner-up in the US PGA

Sergio Garcia: Twice a runner-up in the US PGA

The Spaniard is a two-time runner-up in the US PGA and was also second in the 2014 Open Championship.

* 11 European Tour wins. First at 1999 Murphy's Irish Open. Most recent 2014 Qatar Open.

* 8 PGA Tour wins. First at 2001 MasterCard Colonial. Most recent 2012 Wyndham Championship.

* Career-high world ranking of No.2 in 2008. Has spent over 300 weeks in the top 10.

* Has played in six Ryder Cups (1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008 and 2012). On winning side four times.

* Shot to worldwide prominence when runner-up to Tiger Woods in the 1999 USPGA at Medinah. Also second in 2008 USPGA after leading with three to play.

* Twice runner-up in USPGA: 1999 and 2008 (both at Medinah).

* 34th in 2000 US PGA at Valhalla.

Player Details

  • Nationality: Spain
  • Date Of Birth: 09/01/1980
  • Birth Place: Castellon, Spain
  • Height: 5ft 10
Recent Stroke Play Results
Date Tournament Pos Score Total To Par
2018 BMW International Open T24 73+71 144 0
2018 US Open CUT 75+79 154 14
2018 AT&T Byron Nelson CUT 72+69 141 -1
2018 The Players Championship 70 68+69+75+76 288 0
2018 Zurich Classic of New Orleans CUT 67+73 140 -4
2018 Valero Texas Open CUT 74+72 146 2
Grand Slam History
US Masters T7T12T34T17-T8T12
US Open ---T18T35T45T38
The Open Championship ---T6T2T21-
US PGA Championship ----T36T61-

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