- Sergio Garcia’s hopes of winning the Masters again are probably over after disaster struck in the first round.
- Garcia hit five balls into the water on the Par 5 No. 15 and finished with the highest score ever recorded on the hole, a 13.
- To make matters worse, most of the balls that ended up in the water looked like good shots initially, but the treacherous Augusta greens are unforgiving.
Sergio Garcia’s hopes of defending his Masters championship appear to already be gone after he had a Tin Cup moment on the 15th hole at Augusta National.
Garcia hit five — yes, FIVE! — balls into the water trying to land the ball on the green. After finally getting one ball to remain on the green, he did manage to one-putt for a 13, the highest score ever on the Par 5, by two strokes.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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