Sergio Garcia believes he doesn't have a point to prove after his selection for the Ryder Cup

  • Europe captain Thomas Bjorn selected Sergio Garcia for Ryder Cup
  • The Spaniard has missed the cut in his last five majors during a bad run of form
  • Garcia needs three points to overtake Nick Faldo as Europe’s top points scorer

By PHIL CASEY, PRESS ASSOCIATION
PUBLISHED: 19:24 EDT, 19 September 2018 | UPDATED: 19:26 EDT, 19 September 2018

Sergio Garcia insists he has nothing to prove ahead of next week’s Ryder Cup, despite his controversial wild card selection.

Garcia won the 2017 Masters but has missed the cut in his last five major championship starts, with his only top-10 finish in a strokeplay event since March coming in the French Open at the Ryder Cup venue of Le Golf National.

‘I don’t need to show anyone,’ the 38-year-old said ahead of the Portugal Masters in Vilamoura.

Sergio Garcia believes he doesn't have a point to prove after his selection for the Ryder Cup
Sergio Garcia believes he doesn’t have a point to prove after his selection for the Ryder Cup

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