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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 140 - The Masters
THETOUR EYES See Garcia's transformation in the video above. ITIS a question that we seem to find ourselves asking every other season: is this the year Sergio Garcia will break through and finally win a major? For a while there, many rode off his chances of winning one entirely, while some commentators still hold that position. But after a noticeable change in the Spaniard's demeanour over the past few years and an evident maturity in his attitude when a close loss occurs, it seems the 35-year-old is more prepared than ever to join golf's immortal list. Good form and experience helps, too. Garcia is arguably still the best player on Tour never to have won a major, and while the man himself says he'll remain content if he never wins one, we reckon he's a real chance at Augusta this week. "[Winning majors are] not the main thing. Obviously it's something nice to have, and if I get it I'm not going to give it back, but it's not the main thing in my life." "I think as you get older, as you get more and more experience, you realise the important things in life," Garcia said last week. So how 'Sergio' would it be for him to finally win a major on a track he has whinged about incessantly in front of a crowd he can't stand (and who can't stand him)? Who wouldn't want to see El Nino storm home doing just that? OTG Serg-ing for GREATNESS
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