Sergio García responds to the “clown” of Fred Couples

Sergio García is again immersed in a controversy with another golfer for statements. If after leaving the PGA Tour for the LIV he had run-ins with several players, among them, the most viral one that faced the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy… now the The verbal confrontation has been with Fred Couples, winner of the Augusta Masters in 1992. The North American called the man from Castellón a “clown” for complaining about the North American circuit and, incidentally, also poked Phil Mickelson, whom he calls “a wacko”. for going to the circuit financed with Saudi money.

The Spaniard, who in the second round of 2023 in Arizona has achieved the team victory captaining the Fireballs GC in which Eugenio López Chacarra is also present and achieving the second victory after winning in Bangkok last year, has responded to Couples de more polite way: “It’s disappointing because I don’t know where he’s going with this, but Freddy can say what he wants even though we can too. His life is his life and my life is mine. I don’t think he should comment on what I, or anyone, should have done because we didn’t tell him what to do. Even if I’m happy or not is my problem, not yours. García and Couples will meet in April at the Masters Champions Dinner, prior to the Augusta major, which this year is organized by Scottie Scheffler, since Couples won the Green Jacket in 1992 and García in 2017.

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