Garcia, who once doubted himself in majors, tied for Masters lead
AUGUSTA, Ga. — Just one year ago, Spain’s Sergio Garcia, sullen after falling out of contention with a third-round 75 at the Masters, told the European press that he wasn’t good enough to win a major championship.
“I don’t have the capacity to win a major,” Garcia said, an astounding statement considering it came from a world-class player. “It’s the reality. I’m not good enough and now I know it.
“After 13 years I have run out of options. I’m not good enough for the majors. I will try to be second or third.”
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