Sergio Garcia has shown big support and his funny side these days in being part of a the First Tee campaign. The First Tee Foundation is a non-profit organization that works with the PGA Tour, among others, and whose main objective is to help the development of the young generation in need through educational programs, not only from an intellectual point of view but also as individuals. It also promotes a healthy lifestyle through golf.
Sergio Garcia (+3) went through a very complicated final round at the Cadillac World Golf Championship (78 strokes), finishing way behind the top positions. Nothing went as it should, on the contrary. Sergio had to pay for every mistake dearly, something that is nothing new at Trump National Doral, a course that does not allow a single distraction and mercilessly punishes the player who does not play within the limits of excellence.
Good effort from Sergio García (-3) in the third round of the Cadillac World Golf Championship to hunt down the tournament leader. But the Spanish player, who at times flirted with the second spot on the leaderboard, lacked a final charge on the back nine to find himself with a real chance to get inside the fight on Sunday.