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THE COURSE DESIGNER

THE COURSE DESIGNER​

THE FAMILY MAN

THE FAMILY MAN​

THE BRAND AMBASSADOR

THE BRAND AMBASSADOR

THE PLAYER

SERGIO GARCIA

Sergio Garcia was born in Borriol, a little town in the east coast of Spain near Castellón, on January 9, 1980. Sergio started playing golf when he was only three years old under the supervision of Víctor García, his father, teacher and mentor. Victor quickly realized that he showed an immense talent for the game. Víctor, a former professional golfer himself, coached at Club de Campo del Mediterraneo (Borriol). There, he guided his son’s career closely watched by Consuelo, Sergio’s mother, who at the time managed the club’s pro-shop. At just 15 years old, Sergio made the cut in a European Tour event and at 17 years old, he won a professional tournament, the Catalan Open as an amateur. At age 19, he turned pro.

2020

SERGIO WINS HIS 39th CAREER TITLE AT
THE 2020 SANDERSON FARMS CHAMPIONSHIP

2018

SERGIO BECOMES THE ALL-TIME LEADING
 RYDER CUP RECORD POINTS SCORER

2017

MASTERS TOURNAMENT
CHAMPION 2017

2016

SERGIO COMPETES FOR SPAIN IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES
RIO DE JANEIRO

2008

GARCÍA WINS THE 2008
PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP

1999

GARCÍA WINS HIS 1ST
EUROPEAN TOUR TITLE, THE
MURPHY‘S IRISH OPEN

GARCÍA WINS HIS 1ST EUROPEAN TOUR TITLE, THE MURPHY‘S IRISH OPEN

2001

GARCÍA WINS HIS 1ST
PGA TOUR TITLE, THE
MASTERCARD COLONIAL

2001

GARCÍA WINS HIS 1ST PGA TOUR TITLE, THE MASTERCARD COLONIAL

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THE PLAYER

SERGIO GARCIA

Garcia found his place among the best very quickly. That same year, he made international headlines at the PGA Championship at Medinah Country Club, hitting an incredible shot from an awful lie behind a tree on the 16th hole and managed to get the ball to the green – remembered all around the world. That same year, he qualified for the 1999 Ryder Cup after only a few months of competition. Garcia took the golfing world by storm – earning him the nickname “El Niño”.

Since then, Sergio has had a brilliant career. He has been in the OWGR top 10 for 379 weeks and winning tournaments all over the globe. In 2017, Sergio’s career was crowned by his first Major title when he won the Masters Championship at Augusta National on the birthday of his idol, Seve Ballesteros.

Sergio lives, breathes and bleeds Ryder Cup, and was a member of the European Ryder Cup team from 1999 through 2020 (in 2010 as vice captain) and has won the Ryder Cup with the European Team six times. He holds the record for being the European Team’s all-time leading points scorer, having amassed 25.5 points over his four decades of competing in the biennial event.

Besides golf, Sergio loves sports and enjoys playing tennis or football whenever he has some spare time. Garcia is also an avid Real Madrid supporter and was invited to take the honorary kickoff for El Clásico (between Real and archrival FC Barcelona) at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu wearing his green jacket after his Masters victory 2017.

Sergio has recently become more involved in the field of course design, with his first project was realized in 2008. Currently golf courses in Mexico and Portugal are being developed with his designs.

 

INSTAGRAM

CONTACT

RYDER CUP

ALL TIME RECORD POINTS SCORER

MOST POINTS WON

Sergio Garcia
28,5
Nick Faldo
25,0

MOST MATCHES WON

Sergio Garcia
25,0
Nick Faldo
23,0

BEST PLAYING PARTNER EVER

MOST FOURSOMES POINTS WON

Sergio Garcia
13,5
Bernhard Langer
11,5
Nick Faldo
11,0
Lee Westwood
11,0
Seve Ballesteros
10,5

MOST FOURBALL AND FOURSOMES POINT WON

Sergio Garcia
24,0
Bernhard Langer
Nick Faldo
Lee Westwood
Seve Ballesteros

YOUNGEST PLAYER EVER

Sergio Garcia
19 years, 258 days
Nick Faldo
20 years, 59 days

RYDER CUP RECORD (POINTS WON)

3

2020 Whistling Straits, Hafen, WI

2020

3

Winner 2018 Le Golf National, Paris, France

2018

2

2016 Hazeltine, Chaska, MN

2016

2,5

Winner 2014 Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland

2014

2

Winner 2012 Medinah CC, Medinah, IL

2012

1

Winner 2008 Valhalla Golf Club, Louisville, KY

2008

4

2006 The K Club, Saffran, Ireland

2006

4,5

Winner 2004 Oakland Hill CC, Bloomfield Hills, MI

2004

3

Winner 2002 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, England

2002

3,5

Winner 1999 The Country Club, Brookline, MS

1999

ACHIEVEMENTS

Sergio was low amateur at the Masters in 1999 before turning pro shortly thereafter. He dueled Tiger Woods at the PGA Championship to finish one stroke behind. Shortly afterwards, he became the youngest player ever to compete in the Ryder Cup. In addition, he won the Sir Henry Cotton Rookie of the Year Award in 1999. During his illustrious career, he was ranked 1.098 weeks in the Top 50 and 453 weeks in the Top 10 of the OWGR.

He has won an excess of 35 tournaments worldwide including the 1998 Players Championship and the 2017 Masters.
He received the Vardon Trophy and Byron Nelson Award in 2008 and was European Tour Golfer of the Year in 2017.

EventFinish
The PLAYERS ChampionshipT9
World Golf Championships-Dell Technologies Match PlayT5

2021

EventFinish
RBC HeritageT5
Sanderson Farms ChampionshipT6

2020

EventFinish
KLM Open1
WGC Dell Technologies Match PlayT5
Omega Dubai ClassicT3
Wells Fargo ChampionshipT4

2019

EventFinish
SMBC Singapore Open1
Andalucia Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation1
Valspar Championship4

2018

EventFinish
THE MASTERS1
Omega Dubai Desert Classic1
Andalucia Valderrama Masters hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation1
BMW International OpenT2
DP World Tour ChampionshipT4
TOUR ChampionshipT10

2017

EventFinish
AT&T Byron Nelson1
The Honda Classic2
Real Club Valderrama Open de España hosted by the Sergio Garcia Foundation3

2016

EventFinish
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipT2
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT6
Ho Tram Open1
Northern Trust OpenT4
Thailand Golf ChampionshipT4
THE MASTERST17
US OPENT18

2015

EventFinish
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT2
WGC - Bridgestone Invitational2
Commercialbank Qatar Masters1
THE PLAYERS Championship3
Travelers ChampionshipT2
Shell Houston Open3
CIMB ClassicT2
BMW ChampionshipT4
The TOUR ChampionshipT9

2014

EventFinish
Thailand Golf Championship1
Commercial Bank Qatar MastersT2
Nedbank ChallengeT2
WGC - Cadillac ChampionshipT3
World Golf Championship-HSBC Champions4
Deutsche Bank ChampionshipT4
THE MASTERST8
THE PLAYERS ChampionshipT8
The TOUR ChampionshipT9
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT21

2013

EventFinish
Wyndham Championship1
The BarclaysT3
Iskandar Johor Open1
Northern Trust OpenT4
Thailand Golf Championship4
THE MASTERST12
Commercialbank Qatar Masters presented by Dolphin EnergyT5
Nordea MastersT3

2012

EventFinish
Andaluciá Masters1
Castello Masters Costa Azahar1
BMW International Open2
US OpenT7
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT9
THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIPT12
Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by MasterCard8
The Players ChampionshipT12

2011

EventFinish
WGC - Accenture Match Play Championship4
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT14
US OPENT22

2010

EventFinish
BMW ChampionshipT6
US OPENT10
Wyndham Championship4
CASTELLÓ MASTERS Costa Azahar4

2009

Stanford St. Jude ChampionshipT4

EventFinish
The PLAYERS Championship1
HSBC Champions1
THE PGA CHAMPIONSHIPT2
CASTELLÓ MASTERS Costa Azahar1
The BarclaysT2
The TOUR Championship2
European Open2
Deutsche Bank ChampionshipT5
Volvo MastersT4
Nedbank Golf ChallengeT5
US OPENT18

2008

EventFinish
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP2
THE PLAYERS Championship2
WGC - CA ChampionshipT3
The TOUR Championship4
Arnold Palmer InvitationalT5

2007

EventFinish
PGA CHAMPIONSHIPT3
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT5
Volvo MastersT2
Mallorca Classic2
Abu Dhabi Championship3
The Players ChampionshipT14

2006

EventFinish
Booz Allen Classic1
Wachovia ChampionshipT2
US OPEN2
Omega European Masters1
WGC - American Express ChampionshipT3
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT5
Mallorca ClassicT2
PGA CHAMPIONSHIPT23

2005

EventFinish
Buick Classic1
EDS Byron Nelson Championship1
THE MASTERST4
Volvo Masters Andalucia2
Mallorca Classic1
WGC - Amex ChampionshipT4
Omega European MastersT3
US OPENT20
The TOUR ChampionshipT15

2004

EventFinish
Buick ClassicT4
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT10
THE MASTERST28

2003

EventFinish
Mercedes Championships1
US Open4
Dunlop Phoenix2
Trophee Lancome1
Canarias Open de Espana1
The PLAYERS ChampionshipT4
Johnnie Walker Classic3
THE MASTERS8
Kolon Cup Korean Open1
WGC American Express Championship7
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT8
PGA CHAMPIONSHIPT10
Trophee LancomeT5

2002

EventFinish
MasterCard Colonial1
Buick Classic1
Memorial TournamentT2
Trophee Lancome1
The TOUR ChampionshipT2
Bay Hill InvitationalT4
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPT9
Greg Norman Holden International2
US OpenT12
Bell Canadian OpenT5
Casio World Open3

2001

EventFinish
Buick Classic3
Bell Canadian Open3
Volvo PGA ChampionshipT5
WGC American Express ChampionshipT5
Ericsson Masters3
Air Canada ChampionshipT4

2000

EventFinish
PGA CHAMPIONSHIP2
Linde German Master1
Murphy's Irish Open1
Dunlop Phoenix2
Std L L'h LomondT2
GTE Byron NelsonT3
Volvo Masters5

1999

NEWS

ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SERGIO AND ANGELA GARCIA FOUNDATION JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP IN AUSTIN, TEXAS

March, 24th 2021

Sergio and Angela Garcia have hosted once again the American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) tournament. The 2021 Sergio and Angela Garcia Foundation Junior Championship was held at the University of Texas Golf Club in Austin, Texas. The AJGA tournaments deliver the perfect platform for young golfers committed to the sport and wanting to develop their skills on highest level.

SERGIO IS BACK

October, 5th 2020

Sergio Garcia has won the 2020 Sanderson Farms Championship with a birdie on the 72th hole. It is his 11th victory on the PGA Tour, the 38th of his career, the first he has achieved after turning 40, the first his young son Enzo was able to witness – a very special triumph for many reasons. But it is also a reward for all the hard work over last few month. Sergio is back in the winner’s circle and has proven that he is still able to compete on highest levels.

SERGIO GARCIA’S 83RD PARTICIPATION IN A ROW IN A MAJOR

August, 7th 2020

This year is the 22nd PGA Championship and first Major of the year played at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco. And it is the 83rd consecutive Major for Sergio Garcia. Sadly, no fans are allowed on course due to protection measures against the COVID-19.

 

A SOLID WEEK FOR SERGIO AT THE WGC FEDEX ST. JUDE

August, 4th 2020

No other player has participated in more World Golf Championships than Sergio Garcia. With the WCG FecEx St. Jude at the TPC Southwind in Memphis he completed his 62nd WGC event out of 75 tournaments held to date since the series started in 1999.

SERGIO TOPS THE LIST OF MOST WGC PARTICIPATIONS

July, 30th 2020

This week, Sergio Garcia will become the player with most World Golf Championships played in history. The WGC FedEx St Jude Invitational is the first World Golf Championship after a months-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is played at the TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee, and will be the 75th since this series started back in 1999.

SERGIO HAS RECORDED HIS THIRD BEST RUN OF HIS CAREER AT HILTON HEAD

June, 24th 2020

Sergio Garcia has finished the RBC Heritage, the second tournament on the PGA Tour after the coronavirus hiatus, with a great achievement. He has been able to squeeze his great golf at the Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head and has fought for victory until the last hole, with a fantastic sequence of three consecutive birdies in the final stretch of the tournament.

He finally finished in fifth position with a cumulative total of -19. Sergio chained three rounds of 65 strokes on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, a fantastic streak that had only been achieved twice before in his career, at the Deutsche Bank Championship in 2013 and the Castelló Masters in 2011.

THE MASTERS

A third round score of 70 on Saturday he was still in potion to win the tournament, sharing the lead with Justin Rose.

Sergio battled Justin Rose for 18 holes on Sunday, both finishing in regulation at -9. A play-off would decide the winner. Sergio took advantage and sealed the victory with a birdie in 18 to win the Masters and thius his first major championship.

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