Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Injury setback for Garcia

Ryder Cup star Sergio Garcia could miss the start of the new season after failing to recover from a hand injury.

The Spaniard suffered a sprained right hand during the third round of the season-ending Dubai World Championship last month, where he finished seventh.

Garcia has taken a break from the game but is still suffering from pain in the hand and is now set to visit a specialist in a bid to resolve the problem.

"The hand is not well," Garcia said. "I haven't played for three weeks and I still feel pain, it's not healing as fast as we thought it would.

"What's clear is that even with the rest it's not better and we're a little bit worried."

They say golfing greatness is defined by the Majors, but Montgomerie is perhaps the exception to that rule. Despite winning all of The European Tour’s biggest prizes, The Ryder Cup 2010, where he has starred in a record equalling five victories – provides the Scot with his greatness. 

The world number 11 is still hoping to kick off 2010 in the Abu Dhabi Championship starting on January 21.

"I've tried to swing and I can't," he admitted. "(But) I'd like to start the tournament at Abu Dhabi completely healed."

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