Sergio Garcia sat with members of the European media on Wednesday and apologized for his ill-timed and poorly worded...joke, I guess...about at Tuesday night's European PGA Tour black-tie event, suggesting Garcia would serve the best golfer in the world "fried chicken" for dinner when they play in the U.S. Open next month. (): “I didn’t mean to offend anyone. I...
Sergio García may have apologised to Tiger Woods for racist taunt, but Spaniard faces losing millions in sponsorship deals.
Sergio García gives Tiger Woods an unreserved apology for saying he would cook the world No1 golfer fried chicken if he came round to his house for dinner
• George O'Grady's comments risk inflaming race row• Echo of Alan Hansen's use of term on Match of DayGeorge O'Grady, chief executive of the European Tour, has apologised after he risked worsening the racism storm surrounding Sergio García by referring to black people as "coloured".O'Grady was speaking to Sky Sports in attempting to justify the tour's failure to punish García for...
The racism row involving Sergio Garcia and Tiger Woods took a fresh twist today following comments from European Tour chief executive George O'Grady.
Sweeping Sergio García's racist jibe at Tiger Woods under the carpet with an apology is not enough, writes Jamie Corrigan .
Sergio Garcia's return to the golf course was overshadowed by one of the game's top chiefs re-opening the race row with Tiger Woods by claiming that some of the Spaniard's best friends are 'coloured athletes'.
Sergio Garcia is facing losses running into millions after his biggest sponsor threatened to dump him on Wednesday night in the wake of his race comment about Tiger Woods.
Sergio Garcia has said sorry to Tiger Woods after the American golfer took to Twitter to express his hurt over the Spaniard's comments that sparked a race storm