Sergio Garcia to participate in 36-hole shoot-out in Dallas in bid to keep away from lacking back-to-back majors… with 22 LIV Golf rebels chasing locations on the US Open in Los Angeles
Sergio Garcia will head for US Open qualifying in Texas as he tries to keep away from lacking out on back-to-back majors for the primary time since turning skilled.
The Spaniard heads a listing of 22 LIV Golf rebels, together with former champion Graeme McDowell, who will tee it up in a 36-hole shoot-out in Dallas for coveted locations at subsequent month’s US Open in Los Angeles.
Garcia missed out on qualification for this week’s US PGA Championship, the primary time he had didn’t qualify for a significant since 1999. The one different main he missed over the previous 24 years — the 2020 Masters — was as a result of he had Covid.
And now, after plummeting down the world rankings following his change to the Saudi-backed LIV Golf, he faces the prospect of lacking two majors in a row. The 43-year-old’s greatest consequence within the US Open was a tie for third at Pinehurst in 2005.
Garcia can also be nearly actually set to overlook out on an eleventh Ryder Cup this yr after he resigned his membership of the DP World Tour earlier this month following sanctions handed out for taking part in in LIV Golf occasions final yr.
Sergio Garcia heads a listing of twenty-two LIV Golf rebels who will tee it up in a 36-hole shoot-out in Dallas
Garcia missed out on qualification for the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill Nation Membership, New York
McDowell, in the meantime, gained the US Open in 2010 at Pebble Seaside however has not certified since his 10-year exemption ran out.