Original title: Garcia won the championship with a closed-eye putting method and dedicated the victory to 2 uncles who died due to the epidemic
On October 5th, Beijing time, Spanish player Sergio Garcío secured the victory with a birdie in the final round of the Sanderson Farm Championships on Sunday and won with a score of 19 under par. He won his first PGA Tour championship since the 2017 Masters, and also his 11th PGA Tour championship. And he dedicated this championship to his two uncles who died due to the new coronavirus epidemic.
The 2017 US Masters champion has been looking for status recently. Three of the past four PGA Tour games have been eliminated. The world ranking has fallen out of the top 50. Last season there was only one top 25, and he has not yet entered the FedEx Cup. Playoffs. Now that he is the father of two children, family is particularly important to him, including this game. "My father has a total of 8 siblings. Unfortunately, two of my uncles passed away during the epidemic. Uncle Parker passed away at the beginning of the epidemic, and Uncle Anji left us last Saturday. We are very sad. I know many families. More loved ones have been lost in the epidemic, but no one wants this. I want to dedicate this victory to them."
For this champion, Garcia was deeply impressed, “Whenever I play well, even if I fail to win, it’s an amazing week for me.” This champion allowed him to achieve 10 on the PGA Tour at the same time. Year after year there have been victories. "I can do as many things as before. This is of great significance to me. It means that I have a lot of potential and can do a lot of things. This makes me more confident, no doubt. I’m very satisfied. I feel that my past feelings have come back. I’m so excited to be able to hit the ball from any angle.”
It is worth mentioning that Garcia has never played at Sanderson Farm. In this competition, he took a closed-eye putt. After winning the championship, Garcia's world ranking rose to 38th.