Sergio Garcia’s turned 37th recently, and what better way to celebrate than reliving some of the good times on tour.
Skratch TV has unearthed this absolute gem of a video showing Tiger Woods signing Sergio Garcia’s hat. The two are fairly close in age (Tiger just turned 41) so you can only imagine the hooligans these two got into, and the competitiveness that ensued.
They both really get into it, Tiger gets excited by Sergio on the range and then signs his hat like he’s his biggest fan. To top it off Sergio gives us all a little happy dance at the end when he runs off with Tigers autograph. Priceless.
Their friendship hasn’t always been so light hearted, and even took a turn for the worst. But thankfully we all have this moment to hold on to.
Sergio and Tiger’s Feud and Friendship
It starts to get ropey
The Players 2013: Woods apparently pulls a club as Garcia hits a shot, exciting the crowd to cheer before Garcia hit. This incites Sergio to blame Tiger for his subsequent mishit.
Old Trafford and CenturyLink Field
Century Link, houses NFL side, Seattle Seahawks and MLS team, Seattle Sounders. An incredibly iconic arena, which holds 69,000.
Still, the stadium falls several thousand short of Manchester United's Old Trafford, which stands at 75,000.
NFL in Seattle is clearly not as popular as soccer in the North of England.
St James’ Park and Yankee Stadium
St James' Park, home to Newcastle United... a team not even in the Premier League!
The venue from the Toon still manages to hold 52,000 in comparison to the famous Yankee Stadium's, 50,000. How is the baseball arena in the shadow of a second-tier soccer side?!
Wembley and MetLife Stadium
We'll save the biggest until last. The MetLife stadium is a seriosuly cool venue for the New York Jets.
Based in the Big Apple, the prestigious ground doesn't trump England's and Tottenham Hotspurs Champions League venue, Wembley. The London ground holds 90,000 in comparison to the NY giants 82,000.
Back on track
The pair have never made a public deal out of forgiving each other, but have shown signs of a good relationship.
The Emirates Stadium and The Dodger Stadium
Major baseball team, LA Dodgers, famous on the global stage for many a triumph and seats 56,000.
Yet, the iconic ground isn't as great as another stadium in London, the Emirates. Home to Arsenal, and holds 60,000. Not that you'd know 60,000 people were in there, you could hear a pin drop.
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