Alex Cejka leads Verizon; Sergio Garcia apologizes for Masters comments
Alex Cejka carded a 7-under-par 64 yesterday to lead the Verizon Heritage. Cejka, who missed more than three months of action on the PGA Tour last year after neck surgery, leads Lee Janzen by a stroke. Trevor Immelman is two shots back …
“Following my final round at the Masters, I made comments in an interview that I regret and want to apologize for,” he told the media Monday. “Out of frustration, I blamed the golf course instead of putting the blame where it belongs, on myself.”
After finishing tied for 38th Sunday, Garcia said he didn’t like Augusta National, calling it “too tricky.”
At TravelGolf.com, Brandon Tucker offers a guide to activities off the golf course in Costa Del Sol, Spain.
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