After testing positive for coronavirus, Sergio Garcia fails Master

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After testing positive for Covid-19, former champion Sergio Garcia was ruled out of this week’s Masters. Garcia, who beat Justin Rose in a playoff to win his only major title at the 2017 Augusta National to date, will miss his first major championship since 1999.

“On Saturday night, driving back from the Houston Open, I got a sore throat and cough.After 21 years of not missing a Major Championship, unfortunately I will miss @themasters this week. The most important thing is that my family and I are fine. We will come back stronger and try for the green jacket next April pic.twitter.com/Ofpq1hBGYu- Sergio Garcia (@TheSergioGarcia) November 9, 2020 “On Saturday night, driving back from the Houston Open, I got a sore throat and cough. Unfortunately, I will miss @themasters this week after 21 years of not missing a Major Championship. The most important thing is that my family and I are okay. Next April, we will come back stronger and try pic.twitter.com/Ofpq1hBGYu- Sergio Garcia (@@pq1hBGYu- Sergio Garcia) for the green jacket. She checked negative, thankfully, but I didn’t. Unfortunately, after 21 years of not missing a Major Championship, this week I will miss @themasters. “After 21 years of not missing a Major Championship, I will unfortunately miss @themasters this week. ” We’re going to come back stronger and try next April for the green jacket. On the Masters Monday, the sun will rise. #themasters pic.twitter.com/FNzHuRCNik- The Masters (@TheMasters) November 9, 2020 Garcia missed the cut in Houston but won his 11th PGA Tour title at the Sanderson Farms Championship last month. In his last two Masters starts, the Ryder Cup star missed the cut and set an unwanted record for most strokes on a hole in the history of the tournament after playing a 13th round.

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