LIV Defector Sergio Garcia Further Hurts

After finishing ninth at the Sergio Garcia-10 at the LIV Golf Invitational Boston over Labor Day Weekend, Sergio Garcia arrived at the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth, England

Number 77. Garcia – who split from the PGA Tour, retired from the DP World Tour (formerly known as the European Tour),

And recused himself from future Ryder Cups as a player, vice-captain, or captain – Shot a 4-over 76 round on Thursday.

With the second round postponed on Friday, a day after Queen Elizabeth II's death, and the tournament reduced to 54 holes,

Garcia's next chance to get back on the course should have come on Saturday.

However, when the second round began on Saturday, it was announced that Garcia had withdrawn from the BMW PGA Championship and no reason was given for his absence.

Later that day, it quickly became apparent that García, who has appeared in the BMW PGA Championship only twice in the past 22 years and also retired after round one in 2014.

Take the Texas Longhorns in Austin and hang out with your friend Scotty Scheffler as he won the PGA Tour's Player of the Year award on ESPN's College Gameday.

García's decision to take a place in a tournament that could have gone to someone else before leaving the game after just one round to participate in a football game.

What I'm going to do is support the European Tour and that's all I can do," Garcia told Golf Digest for the BMW PGA Championship.

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