Here at Blue Duck Sports, we try to give credit where credit is due. Earlier this week, in his preview of the Masters, Carebear had some bold predictions for the outcome of the tournament, and some choice words for Sergio Garcia. And while most of his predictions were not correct, his estimation of the Spaniard was dead on.
Here is what Carebear said earlier this week:
“We all know Sergio is a little bitch, but he also is a bad putter. He strikes the ball great, but has no confidence on the greens. That is not a good thing at Augusta. 177th on tour in putts per round doesn’t translate well here. He is also a mental midget (pc? mental little person), and has tendencies to carry bad shots through rounds.”
These words were telling, as Sergio responded by shooting -4 in the first two rounds of the tournament and followed it up by hitting +3 and +2 on his final 2 days in tournament. So that would go to prove that Carebear was correct in saying the “has tendencies to carry bad shots through rounds”.
But, most importantly, Carebear’s estimation that Garcia “is a little bitch” was proven correct by the Spaniard after the final round. In honor of my esteemed colleague, I bring to you Sergio Garcia’s complaints about the recently completed Masters:
- “I don’t like it”
- “I don’t think it’s fair”
- “It’s too tricky”
- “Even when it’s dry, you still get mud balls in the fairway”
- “It’s too much of a guessing game”
When asked what he thinks Augusta National should do to fix the course, he replied:
- “I don’t care. They can do whatever they want to. It’s not my problem. I just come here and play and then go home.”
Here’s the video showing his tantrum about one of the most heralded golf courses in the world:
So to Carebear, congratulations. You were dead-on in your assessment of Sergio Garcia’s game and his character. He indeed is a “little bitch” and doesn’t have the mental toughness to hang with the big boys.
And to Sergio, I offer you this advice: If you are going to complain about a world-renowned golf course, please offer a single suggestion as to how to improve it for your highness. How can you piss and moan about Augusta National and then have no response when asked how you would improve it? Man up!
Special thanks to our man, Paddy Harrington, for following up the cry-baby’s comments by praising how fantastic the course was. And then, Harrington added the icing on the cake by saying, “I like it when it’s difficult, but obviously it wasn’t difficult this week. It was as easy as it’s ever going to be.”
So to Mr. “I-just-come-here-and-play-and-then-go-home”, Sergio please, take your binky and go home. This is the big time, if you can’t hang, get out now!