Sergio García will tee it up at the Andalucía Masters

Sergio García will return to Valderrama, the prestigious setting of the Andalucía Masters from October 27-30, on a course he admittedly “loves”, which has seen him on the verge of winning three consecutive editions of the Volvo Masters.

 García looks forward to playing at Valderrama, where he has always felt “very comfortable” and has enjoyed the support of the gallery. “I love that course because you need to hit all the clubs in the bag, which is not so usual nowadays. You must keep patient when things go wrong and try to minimize mistakes.  Winning at Valderrama is a bonus. I shall try my very best at the Andalucía Masters, as I do every time I tee it up. My passion for golf is as strong as ever, as is my desire to win”

This season, García has posted three top 10 including a very solid 9th at the Open Championship and a runner-up spot in Munich,  after birdieing the last to force his friend Pablo Larrazábal to a spectacular five-hole playoff in which both Spaniards played at great level.

On the PGA Tour, his eight top 20 finishes, including 7th at the US Open, have seen him climb steadily up the World rankings… but the best part is that his smile is back and he is enjoying his golf again.

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One thought on “Sergio García will tee it up at the Andalucía Masters

  1. Perhaps Sergio should employ the long putter at the Volvo Masters?! Either way, it will be great to see him teeing it up at Valderrama. Class act and world class ball striker. Come over to http://www.thegolfdebate.wordpress.com to have your say on the long putter debate, and check out some other articles that will be of interest to any golf fan. I’m glad I came accross this page and will follow with interest. Would appreciate if you could do the same.

    Kind regards,

    Nick Bonfield

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