Sergio García'srant aimed at the PGA Tourin May was not the end of his Vitriol.
Former Masters Champion who took part in the LIV Golf Series last month on the court on the PGA Tour melted down afterwas banned from the Scottish Open . According to the Telegraph, he was fined by the DP World Tourfor joining a league backed by Saudi Arabia.
"Sergio jumped off the steering wheel and said," This tour is okay. I should have paid for the Saudis, "an anonymous player told The Telegraph. "Bob McIntyre was there and he was sick of it."
MacIntyre refused to comment on Telegraph, but he tweeted later.
Garcia, along with 15 others, was fined £ 100,000 ($ 105,000) and sued the DP World Tour after being suspended from the Scottish Open, a marquee event on the European circuit. I'm threatening. The Spaniards were caught by a camera yelling at the Rule Official at the Wells Fargo Championship in May and said, "I can't wait to leave this tour. I can't wait to get out of here. In the next few weeks, You don't have to deal with you anymore. "
" Sergio's reputation is It's been a big blow so far, but this has sealed it for many of us, "the player told The Telegraph. "Last month's rant in America was one thing, but this is his home tour he started and he shouldn't forget it. It's fair enough, he took the money. But he doesn't have to rub the nose of other players. "
Garcia reportedly lobbyed for a DP World Tour to avoid further punishment, outside London. At his first LIV event, he said he wanted to maintain his membership to build a Ryder Cup team.
"Let's just say that his argument is not overloaded with sympathy," an anonymous insider told Telegraph.