As for his poor approach shot on 18, it wasn't that he didn't hit a good shot, it was the groundskeepers that made him wait.
"When you're one shot in front, hitting a 3-iron into a green where there's danger everywhere, having to wait at least 15 minutes to hit your shot doesn't help," he said. "It doesn't help at all. I wasn't very happy about that."And apparently Sergio's putts were all good in enough to go in ... except for the simple fact they didn't.
"It's tough, mainly because I don't feel like I did do anything wrong," Garcia said. "I didn't miss a shot in the playoff and hit unbelievable putts. But they just didn't go in. "I don't know how I manage to do these things. It seems to me like every time I get in this kind of position, I have no room for error. … And I rarely get many good breaks. The birdie I made on No. 3, I made out of a divot in the fairway … and then I had putts … they all touched the hole."Someone tell Garcia that golf is very
"It's not the first time, unfortunately," Garcia said. "I don't know … I'm playing against a lot of guys out there, more than the field."There's a good reason many, including myself, aren't big Sergio fans. No one likes a whiner. Garcia has all the talent in the world to win a major, the day he stops making excuses is when it will happen.