Souhan: Sergio Garcia could take attitude lesson from 14-year-old

  • Article by: JIM SOUHAN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 12, 2013 - 12:14 AM

Golf has hardened Sergio Garcia. Hopefully, young Guan Tianlang won’t take the same path.

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martiankingApr. 11, 1310:29 PM

Great. Now the Chinese are going to take over the PGA. At least we have NASCAR. Oh joy.

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mnfanintampaApr. 12, 13 2:16 AM

Why would a professional golfer ever say they will never will a major? If I was a sponsor, Mr Garcia would be fired.

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matthewJamesApr. 12, 13 8:51 AM

Sergio your problem has always been between your ears. That golf's unkept secret. Time to let go of all the bad baggage and just play golf and let the chips fall were they may be.

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ollie3Apr. 12, 1310:03 AM

always get a kick out of sportswriters/talkers criticizing the maturity level of others......

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writeonApr. 12, 1310:51 AM

I'm trying to figure out why Sohan took the time (five minutes?) to write this story. It has absolutely no meaning, and it doesn't tell us anything. By the way, before we get real excited about this Chinese kid, someone name the top 5 Chinese world-class athletes in sports other than badminten and ping-pong.

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lawtonj1Apr. 12, 1311:04 AM

Guan Tianlang could have written a better column, after he did his homeowrk. One Garcia cliche after another, pulp journalism at it's most expedient.

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tedpadamsApr. 12, 1311:22 AM

How did Garcia manage 49 tries in the Masters? He's not even 49 years old.

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member1Apr. 12, 1311:36 AM

Ted, i think souhan meant 49 rounds...

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janderson2Apr. 12, 1312:50 PM

Hey Jim. If you're going to write about something you know nothing about (golf) get the names correct. Guan is the kids last name. It's Tianlang Guan.

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klmoonApr. 13, 1310:40 PM

If your going to write a story about a sport, you might want to get the names right.

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