Why did television let shameful Sergio Garcia off the hook over his vandalism of the course in Saudi Arabia?
- Sergio Garcia was disqualified from the Saudi International on Saturday
- He was punished for damaging five separate greens in a disgraceful incident
- Just one day earlier he had another meltdown, this time in a bunker
- Garcia thrashed around in the sand in anger over the lie he found his ball in
A brilliant sports broadcaster hung up his microphone on Saturday after nearly 30 years in the booth, and no wonder the tributes went on long into the night.
When he packed up as a player in 1990, Johnny Miller’s flair-filled style and two major championship victories meant he was already destined to enter the annals as one of the greats.
He was even better as a broadcaster for NBC and, boy, are we going to miss his fearlessness. For evidence, you only had to watch Sky’s golf coverage from the Saudi International at the weekend.
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